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SGA Welcomes New Senators

Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy meeting; the Senate welcomed new members, was visited by the Vice President of Student Affairs and addressed a student with concerns. The first 10 minutes of every SGA meeting is set aside for students with concerns. Typically, no students other than the Senators ...

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Change on Browning Drive

Chief of Police Michael J. Kasitz spoke with the SGA Senate about an upcoming campus project regarding Browning, the annual spring semester safety drill and the issue on security cameras. Chief Kasitz stated that not much will change from the fall semester to the spring semester. He encouraged that if ...

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First SGA Meeting of the Spring Semester

APSU’s Student Government Assembly (SGA) convened on Jan. 16 at 5 p.m for the first meeting of the spring semester. The Executive Council of SGA welcomed Senators back and referenced that this semester would be better than the last. The majority of the meeting concerned resolutions and discussing them. During ...

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Resolution to help create possible daycare for ANTS

  Among APSU’s immensely varied student body is a unique population of ANTS or Adult, Non-traditional and Transfer Students. While the non-traditional student has a wide definition encompassing many different kinds of individuals, researchers typically consider the non-traditional student to have at least one of the following characteristics: being independent ...

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SGA helps increase voter registration

Campus Community was allotted the first ten minutes of the meeting. No students were present, so no student concerns were voiced at APSU Student Government Association’s meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2018. The meeting introduction was completed by Vice President Trenton Delane. Roll Call was held by Executive Secretary Hailee ...

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Concerns for library and noise issues

Last week, the APSU Student Government Association (SGA) convened at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7. The meeting first addressed student concerns and then welcomed guest speaker, Joe Weber. No students were present; however, Senator Jonathon Jeanis spoke on behalf of some that came to him that day. Jeanis mentioned ...

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