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SGA gifts security cameras to Woodward Library

The semester is coming to a close and the student government association (SGA) approaches their last meeting. Senators did an excellent job in submitting legislation on time. 2 pieces of legislation were passed and 3 more were presented to Senate. Senator Janesa Wine summarized resolution 25 regarding a color coded ...

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SGA adresses ADA compliance

During Campus Community, Senator Alexandria Banta reported that she believes there to be campus violations on ADA regulations. She reports being told by Jamie McCrary, the Disability Service Director, that many buildings are not handicap friendly. Specifically, Banta mentioned the Marks building. “In the fall maybe we can have a ...

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SGA Addresses Campus Interruptions

The Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy meeting. A student proposed that advance notice be given for certain events. Several pieces of legislation were tabled and several more were introduced. The student said, “I know, especially in the spring semester, there’s a lot of things that end up happening ...

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SGA still discussing the possibility of library security cameras

The Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy week hosting various events. During Executive Council (EC) reports, Secretary Hailee Crawford thanked the Senate for their efforts with the Blood Drive, AP Day and Enrollment Day. The Senate later discussed Resolution 19 and Senator Ana C. Pla Rosario presented Act 3. ...

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Concerns for library and noise issues

Last week, the APSU Student Government Association (SGA) convened at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7. The meeting first addressed student concerns and then welcomed guest speaker, Joe Weber. No students were present; however, Senator Jonathon Jeanis spoke on behalf of some that came to him that day. Jeanis mentioned ...

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SGA weekly meeting discusses changes needed at APSU to promote inclusion

SGA’s weekly meeting discussed legislation for an on-campus LGBTQ cultural center, a day care for non-traditional families and more noticeable parking signs for students.  At 5 p.m., Vice President Delane opened the floor up for business was a resolution to provide day care for non-traditional students to study. Senator William ...

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