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SGA after Spring Break

The Student Government Association (SGA) executive council welcomed Senators back from spring break. A guest speaker from the Advancement Office came to speak about Govs Give. The Senate gave a final vote on the library security cameras, passed resolution 20 and reviewed Act 4. Sam Myhnier is the Assistant Director ...

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Photo Gallery: APSU at the 2019 OVC Tournament

APSU’s quarterfinal loss to Tennessee Tech on Thursday, March 8 in Evansville, Indiana. APSU’s quarterfinal win over Morehead St. on Thursday, March 8 in Evansville, Indiana. APSU’s semifinal loss to Belmont on Friday, March 9 in Evansville, Indiana. TREY CHRYSTAK | THE ALL STATE

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Stephen Dominy says goodbye

After five years of service, Stephen Dominy, Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, is moving on.  Dominy announced publicly via an Instagram post that he is taking his skills to Texas Christian University to serve as the Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.  In his post, he discusses how he heard ...

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Upstander Training

In this day of DC and Marvel comic movies, where heroes appear at the first signal of wrongdoing, it might surprise one to learn more than half the time, we cannot count on strangers to come to the rescue. According to several studies about one-out-of-three folks will actually run into a ...

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SGA still discussing the possibility of library security cameras

The Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy week hosting various events. During Executive Council (EC) reports, Secretary Hailee Crawford thanked the Senate for their efforts with the Blood Drive, AP Day and Enrollment Day. The Senate later discussed Resolution 19 and Senator Ana C. Pla Rosario presented Act 3. ...

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African-American Legacy Trail sheds light on African-American history in Clarksville

History is an unchanging factor in life that can only be diminished by being forgotten. In the tide of knowledge, learning the history of the world can broaden one’s horizons, and discovering local history is just as fascinating. The African-American Legacy Trail honors African-American history and leadership found in Montgomery ...

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