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Communications department forms a new community on campus

The Department of Communications has developed the very first Living and Learning Community (LLC) on campus. Last year, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Director of Housing Joe Mills sent out an email to faculty and staff asking if there was any interest in forming an LLC on campus. ...

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Freshman class of 2020 breaks APSU records

On Friday, Aug. 19, freshman students walked into the Dunn Center for the annual freshman convocation. Members of various campus organizations and APSU cheerleaders greeted students and spent some of their time teaching popular cheers. APSU President Alisa White opened the convocation with some advice for the new students. “Don’t ...

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APSU Housing to offer upperclassman opt-out

APSU’s Office of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services has offered an upperclassman opt-out of housing contracts because of the enrollment increase for the upcoming school year. According to an email sent by Housing and Residence Life, “APSU has had an exceptional number of freshmen apply for housing and have completely run ...

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Community dedicates new housing and dining facilities

By Phillip Swanson Staff Writer   On Monday, Sept. 9, after having spent $34 million and two years in construction, the Governor’s Terrace Hall, The Terrace dining complex and the Martha Dickerson Eriksson Hall had their official grand opening in The Terrace. A wide range of the individuals involved were ...

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SGA presents new legislation, appoints two new members, and discusses upcoming events

By Lauren Cottle Guest Writer The Student Government Association met at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, to discuss upcoming events and propose new legislation. Resolution number one was presented, which will be voted on Wednesday, Sept. 11. The bill’s purpose is to send a formal letter of thanks and appreciation ...

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