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SGA approves pepper spray letter to state legislators

SGA passed Res. No. 20, calling for the admittance of pepper spray on APSU’s campus, at the their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25 The resolution calls for a letter to be sent to an appropriate Tennessee legislator, following the approval of APSU President Alisa White and APSU’s chief of police. ...

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7 days of Trump: is America great again?

The Donald Trump presidency is now a week old and already we are seeing sweeping changes from the New York billionaire. Trump wasted no time in trying to implement his campaign promises through numerous executive orders (17 so far). Trump has yet to introduce any piece of legislation to Congress, ...

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SGA appoints 3 new senators

The Student Government Association’s first meeting of the Spring 2017 semester saw the appointment of three new senators, as well as the appointment of a new chief clerk. Kaiden Davidson and Katie Roberts were appointed to the Colleges of Behavioral Science and Education. Sen. Delane was also confirmed as the ...

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Timeline of inauguration events Friday

Timeline of Friday’s events as Donald Trump is inaugurated president of the United States: BEFORE THE CEREMONY — 7:30 a.m.: Donald and Melania Trump attend service at St. John’s Church — 8:40 a.m.: President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama welcome the Trumps to the White House — 8:45 ...

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SGA: 2016 in review

2016 was a landmark year for APSU’s Student Government Association. Numerous pieces of legislation were passed addressing a wide array of issues, SGA itself was restructured, unprecedented moves were made and SGA-sponsored events garnered record turnouts. “I’d say I’m most proud of the success of hardworking senators and hardworking executive ...

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Show me the money: what students need to know about refund checks

APSU students who are eligible will receive their refund check starting Tuesday, Jan. 17. The students who receive a refund have financial aid that is more than their tuition and receive the difference in the form of a check. All students who have more financial aid than their tuition cost ...

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