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SGA operating with full senate

Six new senators were confirmed without opposition during the Student Government Association’s meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 1. Senators and their departments are as follows: Gracie Richardson – College of Arts and Letters Amber James – College of Behavioral and Health Sciences Courtney Covington – College of Education Colin Crist – ...

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SGA approves pepper spray letter to state legislators

SGA passed Res. No. 20, calling for the admittance of pepper spray on APSU’s campus, at the their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 25 The resolution calls for a letter to be sent to an appropriate Tennessee legislator, following the approval of APSU President Alisa White and APSU’s chief of police. ...

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SGA appoints 3 new senators

The Student Government Association’s first meeting of the Spring 2017 semester saw the appointment of three new senators, as well as the appointment of a new chief clerk. Kaiden Davidson and Katie Roberts were appointed to the Colleges of Behavioral Science and Education. Sen. Delane was also confirmed as the ...

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SGA: 2016 in review

2016 was a landmark year for APSU’s Student Government Association. Numerous pieces of legislation were passed addressing a wide array of issues, SGA itself was restructured, unprecedented moves were made and SGA-sponsored events garnered record turnouts. “I’d say I’m most proud of the success of hardworking senators and hardworking executive ...

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SGA forms budget committee to assess spending

Sen. Haley Palmeri’s Act No. 11 was passed during the Student Government Associations Nov. 16 meeting, creating an SGA Budget Committee to properly oversee expenditures. Members of the Budget Committee will establish a budget relative to the previous year’s success or failure and be comprised of SGA’s advisers, two members ...

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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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