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70th SGA General Assembly closes passing four legislations

By: Amber McWhorter, Guest Writer The Student Government Association will recommend the implementation of recycling bins and speed bumps in front of Castle Heights residence hall in accordance with the resolutions passed at the Wednesday, April 27, meeting. Resolutions No. 37, 38, 39 and Act No. 14 were passed at ...

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Gillman vetoes equal representation acts, SGA debates committee enforcement

During the Student Government Association meeting on Wednesday, April 1, President Zac Gillman vetoed two acts, the Senate passed three resolutions and legislation was proposed. Gillman vetoed Acts No. 4 and 5. Act No. 4, sponsored by Sen. Ryan Honea, stated that proper subsections were to be added to certain ...

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APSU to host international French film festival

Sponsored by the French Embassy in the U.S., the Department of Languages and Literature will present the Spring 2015 International Francophone Film Festival on campus as part of the 2015 Tournées Film Festival. The festival was brought to APSU thanks to a Tournées grant awarded to Professor Christophe Konkobo, who specializes ...

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Vagina Monologues, not just about vaginas

» By Danielle Hunter Staff Writer APSU welcomed the return of the Vagina Monologues on Tuesday, March 26, and Wednesday, March 27. Both performances were held in the Clement Auditorium, the first night featuring a cast of students and the second featuring faculty and alumni. The Women’s and Gender Studies ...

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Students debate assault weapons ban in Tenn.

» By Myranda Harrison Staff Writer Students gathered to debate the effectiveness of a Tennessee ban on assault weapons in the APSU communication department’s 10th annual AP Debate Forum. Rob Baron, assistant professor of communications, hosted the forum on Wednesday, March 6, in the Clement Auditorium. There were three students ...

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Cultural Center celebrates black history

–lsapp@my.apsu.edu In honor of Black History Month, the African-American Cultural Center has various events planned for February. On Tuesday, Feb. 5, Reginald Weaver, former president of Education International and president of the National Education Association, gave an inspirational talk to students and faculty about improving quality education for all youth. ...

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