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Undocumented Tenn. residents want in-state tuition

Non-profit Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, or TIRRC, encouraged APSU students to lobby for undocumented Tennessee residents’ right for in-state tuition during their visit to APSU on Monday, Nov. 2. TIRRC is a non-profit focusing on the empowerment and support of immigrants and refugees to the state. According to ...

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Professors deserve a higher salary than celebrities

Professors should be paid more than celebrities, because they express passionate dedication to further their students’ educations, unlike celebrities who selfishly live through the entertainment industry. Society elevates famous stars through their obsessions with the media, but society puts more value on celebrities than they are worth. According to ABC ...

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Tennessee-based center offers $10,000 in scholarships to college and graduate students

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (AP) — A leading provider of inpatient substance abuse treatment services is providing $10,000 in scholarship funds to college and graduate students pursuing careers in behavioral health and addiction-related studies. Brentwood, Tennessee-based American Addiction Centers announced the scholarship program this week. Three scholarships will be awarded. The first-place ...

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SGA passes three acts and proposes legislation

The SGA passed three acts and senators proposed four new pieces of legislation during the meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Act No. 1 was passed, which will push the SGA to begin publicly publishing the voting records of senators. Senator Chris Hayes, who sponsored the bill, said its goal was ...

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New freshmen and graduate SGA senators

From Tuesday, Sept. 10 to Thursday, Sept. 12, the SGA held its senator elections for five freshman seats and two graduate seats. Students could either cast their votes online or go to physical booths in the UC. Eighteen freshman candidates were running and only five were to be accepted. There ...

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