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Letter To The Editor – Administration cuts philosophy and religion program

Submitted by: Jordy Rocheleau Last week, the APSU administration decided to cut one of the three faculty lines from the Philosophy and Religion program. The position eliminated was that formerly held by Dr. Bert Randall, whose 45 years of service were just celebrated. The position is currently held by temporary instructor ...

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Letter to the editor: March for Science: Science is not apolitical

As the March for Science approaches, many scientists are still struggling to form an opinion on the march as the event itself continues to struggle with its own identity. Born shortly after the Women’s March, the March for Science quickly exploded into a movement with over 100 supporting organizations and ...

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Letter to the editor: SGA should oppose increased athletics fee

The Student Government Association (SGA) is considering a proposal today from Athletics Director Ryan Ivey, who has asked for the support of SGA in raising the athletics fee paid by students each year by $50. Although some SGA senators have suggested the fee is nominal, this is far from the ...

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SGA’s role proves tough, but necessary to campus

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: >>Thom Murphy, senior French major Reading yesterday’s strongly worded opinion piece about the role of the Student Government Association (SGA), I could not help but reflect on my own brief time in SGA Senate. Like many APSU students, I was utterly uninterested in the goings-on of SGA, ...

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Letter To The Editor

> Terra Neblett I have many issues with this poorly published opinion piece. The author quoted this to be in Depression era, but the math doesn’t add up for his claim, not only is it quoted in the play “I haven’t planted corn in that field since 1935” and “I haven’t ...

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Letter to the Editor

Non-Science Majors Should Take Science Classes as Electives >Jacob Robertson As I enter my senior year as a physics major, confirming my Spring schedule comes with a sense of relief. My semesters are finally full with science classes in my field of study, undiluted with the core requirements of subjects ...

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