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Gillman vetoes equal representation acts, SGA debates committee enforcement

During the Student Government Association meeting on Wednesday, April 1, President Zac Gillman vetoed two acts, the Senate passed three resolutions and legislation was proposed. Gillman vetoed Acts No. 4 and 5. Act No. 4, sponsored by Sen. Ryan Honea, stated that proper subsections were to be added to certain ...

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John Quiñones gives keynote address at APSU, stresses race equality

John Quiñones, ABC News correspondent and host of “What Would You Do?,” stressed to students the importance of race equality and journalism and shared anecdotes during his visit to APSU on Wednesday, April 1. Quiñones, who has worked for ABC News since 1982, was the keynote speaker for the Department ...

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APSU professor arrested for violating order of protection

APSU adjunct professor James Trodglen, was arrested Saturday, March 28, on a single charge of violating an order of protection by Clarksville Police Officer Jeffrey Reynolds. According to APSU’s website, Trodglen is an adjunct professor in the Department of Communication. Trodglen’s bond was set at $500. His hearing date is ...

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Will Roberts elected SGA president, students rock vote

Chief Justice Will Roberts was elected as the new Student Government Association president at the ratification ceremony on Thursday, April 2. Student involvement in SGA elections was up from previous years, with 1,079 total votes cast. Student participation has not exceeded 1,000 votes since 2012, when 1,726 votes were cast. The 2015 elections ...

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Legislation for concealed carry gains traction in certain states

The carrying of concealed weapons on college campuses is being discussed in multiple states, with students and lawmakers alike carrying various opinions on the issue. According to Sabrina Siddiqui of The Guardian, in Texas, the state senate is expected to pass a bill allowing open carry. Texas already has bills ...

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