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SGA 2019-20 Budget

The 2019-20 SGA budget and Resolution 21 has been passed in addition to the presentation of three pieces of legislation during the weekly SGA meeting. Senator William Day spoke on the behalf of students concerned about the recent womanless pageant. “If we have people transitioning or transgender on campus, that ...

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SGA releases yearly budget report card

By: Steven Prescott SGA strives to be the voice of the student body. SGA members are elected to represent the powerful voice to the Tennessee Board of Regents and the APSU’s administration. There are over 10,000 registered students at APSU, all of which are represented by SGA. Last year, SGA ...

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SGA introduces 5 new pieces of legislation

The Student Government Association introduced five different pieces of legislation during their meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Former Sen. Jay Alvarez introduced Resolution No. 2 that calls for the creation of sleeping pods on campus. Sleeping pods are special chairs designed specifically for sleeping. Alvarez said APSU would be ideal ...

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Budget talks occupy SGA

The latest SGA meeting included a conversation regarding SGA’s budget and spending and a vote on ordering Homecoming 2016 T-shirts for the student body. Director of Student Transitions and Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Ashlee Spearman also spoke to the senate in the Wednesday, Sept. 14, meeting. President Ryan Honea brought ...

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Don’t silence yourself, be involved

Many students are guilty of complaining about issues affecting them during classes or on campus but rarely do anything about it after arguing futilely with fellow students and professors. Student participation is lacking at APSU, most notably with our student government. Students should feel comfortable speaking with senators through email ...

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Gift-giving on a college budget

» By Emily Despain Staff Writer College is hard, especially around the holidays. We have exams to get through, temporary goodbyes to say and approximately 43 questions to dodge at the dinner table on Thanksgiving. One thing we almost always seem to forget until the last minute is buying gifts ...

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