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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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SGA releases yearly budget report card

By: Steven Prescott SGA strives to be the voice of the student body. SGA members are elected to represent the powerful voice to the Tennessee Board of Regents and the APSU’s administration. There are over 10,000 registered students at APSU, all of which are represented by SGA. Last year, SGA ...

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SGA passes new legislation for ENOs purchase, trash removal

Steven Prescott | Staff Writer SGA completed their first weekly meeting of the month. Three resolutions were discussed in the session and two passed with little debate on Oct. 4. A letter will be sent to the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center requesting they purchase ENOs, a popular brand of ...

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President Trump announces end to immigration program

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, President Donald Trump announced that he was pushing forward the cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program,  more commonly known as DACA. The DACA Program was instated in June of 2012 under the Obama administration. The program worked to protect children who were brought into the United States by their immigrant parents.   DACA came as an aid to those children to ...

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Letter to the Editor: SGA President addresses campus about upcoming academic year

Newly elected SGA President, Frank Burns, wrote a letter to the student body of APSU about his goals for the 2017-2018 academic year. He writes: “As Student Government Association President, I wish to develop many projects that will sustain, uplift and contribute to the image of Austin Peay State University. ...

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