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2019 SGA Ratification

As spring semester comes to an end, Student Government Association (SGA) welcomes their newly elected Senate. Voting closed on Thursday, April 4 and results were announced the following Friday. Sydney Hawkins competed against two other candidates for president but won with 348 votes. For Executive Secretary, Elijah Mcghee won with ...

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Course Choice Counts

You may have noticed the Course Choice Counts signs around campus. Course Choice Counts is being announced in big bold letters to any student willing to look up. This is financial aid’s way of announcing that the Department of Education is placing an emphasis on federal financial aid rules that ...

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SGA 2019-20 Budget

The 2019-20 SGA budget and Resolution 21 has been passed in addition to the presentation of three pieces of legislation during the weekly SGA meeting. Senator William Day spoke on the behalf of students concerned about the recent womanless pageant. “If we have people transitioning or transgender on campus, that ...

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SGA slows down

The Student Government Association (SGA) is currently going through a dry spell. Meetings have been short and few senators are submitting legislation.   During Executive Council (EC) reports, Secretary Hailee Crawford reminded Senators there’s only one month left before school ends. Senators need to turn in legislation as soon as possible. With ...

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New Sustainability Coordinator

APSU has a new Sustainability Coordinator, Haley Randell. While working towards overall sustainability on campus, one important part of Randell’s job description is being on the Sustainable Campus Fee Committee. This committee is an official Standing Committee of the university administration formed in 2008 when the students committed to a $10 ...

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Modern Languages at APSU

This month, the APSU Department of Languages and Literature took to promoting foreign languages in the community. They hosted two events targeting local students and teachers, the 8th annual Foreign Language Instructor Workshop, and the Modern Languages Fair. On March 18, the Modern Languages Fair welcomed high school students from ...

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