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SGA breaks tradition to fund Del Square Psi

SGA made history by passing Resolution No. 4, which will see them directly fund a student organization for an event for the first time, at their meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 26. After a lengthy debate during the meeting on Oct. 19, SGA further discussed the resolution, which would provide funds to ...

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Justin Timberlake faces legal questions after selfie at Tennessee polling booth

Taking selfies at voting booths is illegal in Tennessee, a fact unknown by some, including Justin Timberlake. Timberlake took a selfie at a voting booth in Tennessee, his home state, after he flew in from California. He posted the picture on Instagram and immediately felt the repercussions as people asked ...

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NAACP’s “Drive to the Polls” aims to increase Clarksville voter turnout

APSU's NAACP hosts "Drive to the Polls"

Students without reliable transportation who want to vote in the presidential election can still find their way to the polls, thanks to the APSU NAACP chapter’s “Drive to the Polls” events. The organization is partnering with community members to drive APSU students and citizens of Clarksville to polling stations on ...

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Department of Music to host 32nd annual Halloween concert

APSU’s Department of Music will hold the 32nd annual Halloween Percussion Concert on Friday, Oct. 28. This year’s concert will be hosted and conducted by APSU’s David Steinquest, professor of percussion. There will be two performances, one at 6 p.m. and one at 8 p.m. in Mabry Concert Hall in ...

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Professor Marcus Hayes chosen for Maxine Smith Fellows program

Marcus Hayes mug

Associate Professor of Dance Marcus Hayes was one of 10 faculty members from TBR schools chosen to participate in the Maxine Smith Fellows program this year. TBR established the Smith Fellows program in 2002 to offer African-American employees administrative training and career development opportunities. Hayes said he and the other ...

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SGA discusses SOC funding, debates paying for eclipse glasses

Lively debate concerning SGA’s plans for the total solar eclipse occurring Aug. 21, 2017 took place at the meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Tribunal Justice Jacob Robertson expanded upon his resolution from the previous week to provide special solar protective eye-wear for the proper viewing of the eclipse to students. ...

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