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The search is on for new APSU president

The Presidential Search Committee met Monday, Feb. 17, to discuss the process of selecting nominees for the next APSU president. The purpose of the committee is advisory, meaning the members will collectively pick three to five satisfactory candidates to send to Chancellor John Morgan, who will choose one name to ...

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SGA proposes bill to re-fund The All State, votes Moseley for Distinguished Faculty

Senators Daniel Pitts and Benjamin Pafford submitted Resolution No. 18 at the Student Government Association meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 19, to refund and advertise in The All State for the 2014-2015 academic year. The SGA passed Act No. 2 in a meeting on Wednesday, May 1, 2013., which took action ...

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Health aide charged in Tenn. girl’s death in court

ADRIAN SAINZ, Associated Press   MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The lawyer for a home health aide charged with murder in the case of a disabled Tennessee girl who died from gangrene and infected bedsores said Monday he will dispute his client’s liability in the death. Chasara Jones cried as Shelby ...

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Pi Kappa Alpha returns to APSU

» By David Harris Staff Writer After five years of absence, the APSU chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha is returning. The fraternity had been at APSU for almost 40 years before being suspended due to financial issues in 2010. Expansion Consultant Jerod Williams said Pi Kappa Alpha is looking for ...

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Wine may be delayed from grocery shelves

» By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer On Thursday, Jan. 30, the Tennessee Senate voted to approve a bill that would allow grocery and convenience stores to stock shelves with wine. The subject had been debated for nearly a decade as it was frequently stalled by liquor and package store owners, ...

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UTK’s ‘Sex Week’ event prompts senate bill

» By Lauren Cottle News Editor The Tennessee General Assembly is currently pending a senate bill that will prohibit student fees going to guest speakers in public higher education institutions. Sponsors for this bill are Senator Stacey Campfield-R and Representative Jimmy Matlock-R. The precedent for this bill was an event ...

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