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Significant wage gaps exist among academic departments

The Tennessee Board of Regents reports the highest paid educator at APSU is President Alisa White, who makes $252,409, followed by Head Basketball Coach Dave Loos, who makes $208,603 annually. Assistant Professor of Allied Health Shelley Latchen and Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning Vicky Smith make the lowest teaching ...

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Joy Ladin serves as 2015 Asanbe Symposium speaker

Joy Ladin, transgender scholar and poet, analyzed gender issues at The Asanbe Diversity Symposium on Thursday, April 15. In the address “Second Genesis: The Transformation of Gender,” Ladin spoke about what the stories of the creation of human beings in the opening chapters of Genesis teach us about gender and ...

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Social Work Club and Golden Key Honors Society assist homeless veterans

The Social Work Club donated 119 hygiene boxes for homeless veterans to Operation Stand Down in collaboration with the Golden Key Society on Monday, April 20. The boxes contained shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, razors and other personal hygiene products. Students from both organizations presented their donations at the ceremony ...

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ATΩ raises $22,706 for St. Jude Children’s Hospital

The Eta Tau chapter of Alpha Tau Omega raised $22,706 for St. Jude Children’s Hospital at their annual Jump for Jude event on Friday, April 10, 2015. The Red Barn was open to those who wanted to take part in the event from 4 to 9 p.m. The event includes ...

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Young Women’s Leadership Symposium promotes importance of the individual

The fifth annual Young Women’s Leadership Symposium aimed to inspire confidence in the political efficacy of people of all races and genders on Friday, April 10, in the MUC ballroom. “The general purpose [of The Young Women’s Leadership Symposium] is to promote political advocacy,” said Political Science Professor Marsha Lyle-Gonga. ...

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SGA passes three resolutions to improve campus safety

During the SGA meeting Wednesday, April 8, Chief Justice Will Roberts announced Acts No. 4 and 5 were denied in Tribunal, a student voiced his concern and resolutions were passed. Roberts explained that the tribunal justices’ main concern with Act No. 4 was with the congressional model. “There is no explanation for ...

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