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Ryan Ivey proposes athletics fee increase to SGA

Athletics Director Ryan Ivey spoke with the SGA during their Wednesday, April 12 meeting, asking for their support in raising the athletic fee to $450 per semester, an increase of $50. Ivey was hired in August 2015 to help lead the newly branded APSU athletics. The athletic department has been ...

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Frank Burns elected SGA president

Frank Burns, president of the Theta Beta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, has been elected SGA president for the 2017-2018 school year. He is the first member of National Pan-Hellenic Council to win this seat. Burns also is the third African-American to become SGA President. The first was alumna Camille ...

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SGA Debates U.S. Founding Documents

Sen. Eric Powell’s controversial Res. No. 28 caused heated debates at the March 1 SGA meeting, and ultimately, the promise of a veto from President Ryan Honea, who described the legislation as “insulting” in its current form. The meeting involved one of the most heated exchanges among senators this semester. ...

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SGA previews new OneStop design

SGA meeting attendees were given a preview of the upcoming APSU OneStop redesign. SGA members were able to ask questions about the new design of the APSU directory site and witness the new functionalities. ERP Systems Administrator Austin Siders focused on the new mobile capabilities of the site. Siders said ...

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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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NAACP’s “Drive to the Polls” aims to increase Clarksville voter turnout

APSU's NAACP hosts "Drive to the Polls"

Students without reliable transportation who want to vote in the presidential election can still find their way to the polls, thanks to the APSU NAACP chapter’s “Drive to the Polls” events. The organization is partnering with community members to drive APSU students and citizens of Clarksville to polling stations on ...

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