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Community responds to political environment a year after election

The controversial election of 2016 ended in Donald Trump’s election as president. Now a year has almost passed since that day. There are still many political decisions and social aspects to discuss in political science classes and among students. “Over time, political norms develop and are generally accepted or entrenched,” ...

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Model U.N. forms new student organization

In a world filled with violence and war, the art of diplomacy provides an alternate method to achieving peace. With the United Nations aiming to secure this goal, various academic organizations work to emulate this experience for their students. Political Science professors Katherine Hunt, Harold Young and Anna Gregg are ...

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Young Women’s Leadership Symposium promotes importance of the individual

The fifth annual Young Women’s Leadership Symposium aimed to inspire confidence in the political efficacy of people of all races and genders on Friday, April 10, in the MUC ballroom. “The general purpose [of The Young Women’s Leadership Symposium] is to promote political advocacy,” said Political Science Professor Marsha Lyle-Gonga. ...

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APSU goes to China

By Myranda Harrison, Staff Writer Starting in May 2014, APSU will be gathering roughly 12 to 18 students for a study abroad program in China. APSU has a variety of study abroad programs offered to students in countries, such as Spain, London, Greece and Africa, but there has never been one ...

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