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SGA votes to add surveillance cameras to student housing

SGA voted in unanimous support of Sen. Jaden Davidson’s Resolution No. 31, which calls for the installation of additional surveillance cameras at Blount, Sevier and Harvill residence halls, during their meeting on Wednesday, March 15. Davidson said he authored the legislation in reaction to cases of theft and vandalism outside ...

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7 days of Trump: is America great again?

The Donald Trump presidency is now a week old and already we are seeing sweeping changes from the New York billionaire. Trump wasted no time in trying to implement his campaign promises through numerous executive orders (17 so far). Trump has yet to introduce any piece of legislation to Congress, ...

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Timeline of inauguration events Friday

Timeline of Friday’s events as Donald Trump is inaugurated president of the United States: BEFORE THE CEREMONY — 7:30 a.m.: Donald and Melania Trump attend service at St. John’s Church — 8:40 a.m.: President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama welcome the Trumps to the White House — 8:45 ...

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Student Tribunal Rejects SGA’s Attempt to Monitor SOC Expenses

Chief Justice Lane Chisenhall announced that Student Tribunal has rejected Sen. Thomas Murphy’s Act. No. 7 that gives SGA power to vote on Student Organization Council expenditures. “Tribunal felt like it was a little vague. Wasn’t transparent or just clear with the instructions on that. And then felt like it ...

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Justin Timberlake faces legal questions after selfie at Tennessee polling booth

Taking selfies at voting booths is illegal in Tennessee, a fact unknown by some, including Justin Timberlake. Timberlake took a selfie at a voting booth in Tennessee, his home state, after he flew in from California. He posted the picture on Instagram and immediately felt the repercussions as people asked ...

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NAACP’s “Drive to the Polls” aims to increase Clarksville voter turnout

APSU's NAACP hosts "Drive to the Polls"

Students without reliable transportation who want to vote in the presidential election can still find their way to the polls, thanks to the APSU NAACP chapter’s “Drive to the Polls” events. The organization is partnering with community members to drive APSU students and citizens of Clarksville to polling stations on ...

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