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First two resolutions of the fall semester proposed by SGA

-Staff Report The first two resolutions of the semester were presented at the last Student Government Association meeting on Wednesday Oct. 3. Senator Myleah Gallagher proposed both resolutions. Resolution one proposed an update of the library to meet American Disability Association such as lower counters for printers to better serve ...

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Update: Cody Tucker’s attorney declines comment

On Wednesday, Oct. 10 suspended football player Cody Tucker’s attorney Kimberly Tuner declined to comment at this time on accusations that Tucker allegedly illegally sold steroids to an undercover informant. Tucker was fullback for The Gov’s football team and was suspended after he was arrested for allegedly selling two vials of approximately 500 milligrams ...

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SGA, Einstein’s host Presidental Debate Watch party

–dhunter18@my.apsu.edu The Student Government Association and Einstein Bros Bagels hosted a Presidential Debate Watch Party on Wednesday, Oct. 3. The event was held in Einstein’s for all students and faculty/staff, with free pastries and 50 cent coffee provided. “Since the voice and vote of students is important, providing opportunities for ...

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Pre-professional Health Office now open to students

–ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu Students in the Pre-Professional Health Society can enjoy the new Pre-professional Health Office open in the Sundquist Science Complex as of Thursday Sept. 6. “We have been primarily using it as a study space, since pre-professional health students study more than they sleep,” said Samantha Monk, president of the ...

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Freshmen block scheduling encourages success

–cdonahoe@my.apsu.edu This year’s freshmen had the choice of registering for a selection of blocked courses. These blocks are each a collection of three classes offered together, for which a student must register for the entire block rather than for the individual courses. This allows incoming students to stay within the ...

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