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SGA discusses new legislation, appoints new senator

» By Lauren Cottle News Editor The Student Government Association met Wednesday, Jan. 29. SGA Executive Secretary Daniel Anderson encouraged senators to apply for executive council. “Many of us will be graduating after this semester,” Anderson said, “so positions will be open.” Anderson also spoke about an advertising campaign to ...

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Derek van der Merwe talks APSU logo change to SGA

By Lauren Cottle Staff Writer APSU Athletic Director Derek van der Merwe spoke at the SGA meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 22, about the APSU logo and collegiate brand identity. According to van der Merwe, three brand identities build up a university’s image: institutional identity, athletic identity and the university seal. ...

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SGA looks to spring semester

» By Lauren Cottle Staff Writer In an email interview with The All State, Jessi Dillingham, vice president of SGA, spoke about what the upcoming semester will bring. Rather than focusing on “major campus wide events” such as Mudbowl and GHOST, SGA will be concerned with upcoming elections for the ...

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SGA brings 13 new pieces of legislation to the table

The SGA met on Wednesday, Dec. 4 to discuss a total of thirteen pieces of legislation. Act 6, sponsored by senator Olivia Bellar, proposed the maximum sponsors of legislation be changed from two to three. Senator Chris Tablack responded to the bill by saying he fears “senators will get lazy” ...

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SGA passes three acts and proposes legislation

The SGA passed three acts and senators proposed four new pieces of legislation during the meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Act No. 1 was passed, which will push the SGA to begin publicly publishing the voting records of senators. Senator Chris Hayes, who sponsored the bill, said its goal was ...

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SGA discusses legislation and new stadium construction

SGA Senators Chris Hayes and Molly Silkowski proposed three new pieces of legislation during the SGA meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 30. Resolution No. 5 aims to create voting records for senators. The speaker pro tempore will be responsible for keeping the records. Resolution No. 6 proposes expanding legislation responsibilities for ...

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