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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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SGA revisits idea of pepper spray, Code of Conduct, revises Act 2

By: Steven Prescott President of the College Republicans Taylar Scott asked senators to introduce legislation requesting APSU remove pepper spray as a Code of Conduct violation at the SGA meeting on Nov. 1. Last year, SGA passed legislation to request pepper spray be allowed by the Student Code, however that ...

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SGA meeting talks event planning, board representation

By: Steven Prescott SGA completed its third meeting of the month on Oct. 18. SGA’s Student Tribunal announced that it completed a monthly review of student appeals. These appeals range in nature from disciplinary to traffic offenses. Chief Justice Waqas Ahmed told senators that 44 appeals were considered by the ...

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