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SGA senators propose several resolutions during meeting

Student senators heard three resolutions in the SGA meeting on Sept. 27. Senator Courtney Covington presented two resolutions which he said are intended to help students at APSU. The first resolves is to send a formal request to APSU’s Physical Plant to immediately coordinate removal of a dumpster near Blount ...

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The Gov Run

APSU welcomed students back to campus for the fall semester during the events last week. For the freshmen class, this meant all sorts of exciting events, from free pancakes and barbecue, to the involvement fair and the Gov Run.   Four years ago the first annual Gov Run was put on by the APSU Alumni Relations office. It was canceled due to financial ...

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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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SGA votes to support athletic fee increase

The Student Government Association spent around 15 minutes discussing the proposed increased athletics fee during an extended meeting Wednesday, April 19. With some senators absent, the final vote was 13-4 in favor of supporting Athletic Director Ryan Ivey’s proposition for the athletics department. Sen. Sara Alexander began the discussion by citing ...

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Ryan Ivey proposes athletics fee increase to SGA

Athletics Director Ryan Ivey spoke with the SGA during their Wednesday, April 12 meeting, asking for their support in raising the athletic fee to $450 per semester, an increase of $50. Ivey was hired in August 2015 to help lead the newly branded APSU athletics. The athletic department has been ...

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SGA introduces 5 pieces of legislation, rejects dress code

SGA introduced various new legislation asking for improvement of student Wi-Fi, removal of his/her pronouns for inclusiveness and healthier food options in the Dunn Center during the April 5 SGA meeting. Senators also voted against two bills introduced the previous week, including Sen. Rebecca Jacks’ Act No. 16, which called ...

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