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Senate candidate, former Gov. Phil Bredesen visits APSU

Students were pleasantly surprised when Tennessee’s Democratic Senate candidate and former Gov. Phil Bredesen made a visit to APSU. The College Democrats sponsored a meet and greet with Bredesen which occurred in MUC 305 on Tuesday, Oct. 23. Bredesen’s appearance follows his year-long campaign from his Dec. 6, 2017 announcement ...

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Letter to the Editor: Democrats scramble to place blame elsewhere

Submitted by: US Senator Lamar Alexander, Maryville Senator Lamar Alexander: Democrats refuse to be at the table In Virginia and Maryland, health insurance premiums are skyrocketing again and Democrats are scrambling to blame the increases on someone else. They should look in the mirror. Rates in Tennessee have risen over ...

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SGA ratification names new president, executives, senators

The 2018 SGA election ended with a public ratification on Friday, April 6 in MUC 307. This year’s election saw 990 individual voters, the largest number of voters since 2016. Chief Justice Waquas Ahmed named the winners of each electoral contest, starting with the new senators for each college. Chloe ...

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2018 SGA election results: Courtney Covington wins presidential race

SGA saw the highest number of votes since Spring 2016, with 990 votes. The Spring 2018 election process ended Friday at 4 p.m. with the ratification held in MUC 307. The election results are as follows: College of Arts and Letters *Chloe Ellis- 295 *Mona Lane- 655 College of Behavioral ...

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“Walk in the U.S., Talk on Japan” gains interest in U.S. foreign policy, international relations

On Wednesday, Jan. 24, APSU held a group of presentations called “Walk in the U.S., Talk on Japan” led by former Japanese Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki. “I wanted them to get interested in Japan/U.S. relations,” Ambassador Fujisaki said. “Second, I wanted them to know not only about Japan, but China, North ...

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16 new laws to take effect in Tennessee Jan. 1

According to (WATE), there are 16 new laws to take effect in Tennessee on Jan. 1. Some new laws are extremely technical, like Senate Bill 0128, which addresses the electrical safety code governing electrical supply stations and lines. Additionally, some could have a direct impact on day-to-day life. These laws ...

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