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APSU’s Kappa Alpha chapter travels to Kansas City, accepts award

Last week, APSU’s Kappa Alpha Order Zeta Tau chapter traveled to Kansas City, Mo., to accept their Award of Distinction from the North-American Interfraternity Conference at their annual Gold Medal Banquet. The award recognizes the chapter for: Highly functioning in compliance with NIC standards, seeking to educate others about the ...

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SGA introduces SGA app idea, proposes new legislation

During the Student Government Association meeting Wednesday, April 15, President Zac Gillman introduced the idea of a SGA app and more legislations were proposed. The idea of creating an SGA app was mention by Baylee Farrar during an interview for the chief justice position. With the idea, Gillman quickly started ...

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APSU senior Kirkpatrick gains experience through internships, prepares for graduation

>>By Ashten Burns, Guest Writer Many college students apply and compete for internships, whether it be local or international. But one APSU student landed herself an internship among Hollywood stars for the 2015 year. Bailey Kirkpatrick, 22, studies broadcast media. In December 2014, Kirkpatrick announced she had been chosen and accepted ...

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APSU adopts new policy, includes veterans, LGBT

APSU announced the adoption of a new nondiscrimination statement on Monday, April 27, which includes members of the LGBT community. The updated Notice of Nondiscrimination reads, “APSU does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, age, status as a protected ...

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A∑A raises $2,687 for Special Olympics

The Zeta Omega chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha raised $2,687 for the Special Olympics during their Dodge Like a Champion event on Wednesday, April 15, in the Red Barn. Dodge Like a Champion is an annual dodgeball tournament ASA has hosted for five years to raise money for the Special ...

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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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