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SGA Welcomes New Senators

Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy meeting; the Senate welcomed new members, was visited by the Vice President of Student Affairs and addressed a student with concerns. The first 10 minutes of every SGA meeting is set aside for students with concerns. Typically, no students other than the Senators ...

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Ashford Place Apartment fire leaves students homeless

Josh Brown, an APSU senior, was at his fiancee’s house watching their dog when he received the call.   Brown’s roommate Bryan Hawkins, APSU alumni and member of Kappa Alpha Order, asked him if he was at their apartment. It was around 1:50 p.m., according to Brown. He was not, his roommate ...

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Campus Police Unveil New Prescription Medication Drop-Off Box

Under the shadow of the opioid crisis, APSU finds new ways to help protect students and the community.  Campus police have established a secure drop-off box for the safe disposal of prescription medications.  “One of our officers came up with the idea. He knew of this program and he asked ...

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Change on Browning Drive

Chief of Police Michael J. Kasitz spoke with the SGA Senate about an upcoming campus project regarding Browning, the annual spring semester safety drill and the issue on security cameras. Chief Kasitz stated that not much will change from the fall semester to the spring semester. He encouraged that if ...

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ROTC Prepares to Travel to West Point for Sandhurst Competition

After competing at the Ranger Challenge in November, APSU’s Ranger Team has been selected to compete at the Sandhurst competition at the West Point Military Academy in April. Sandhurst is an annual event which hosts up to 48 teams both nationally and internationally. “Of these 48 teams, 14 of them ...

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Be BOLD and Study Abroad

The Bridging Opportunities for Leadership through Diversity or B.O.L.D. scholarship is for APSU students looking to study abroad but are financially unable. The scholarship is sponsored by APSU’s Learning Opportunities Center and was created to make study abroad more accessible. B.O.L.D. scholarship recipients can receive up to $3,000 to cover ...

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