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SGA adresses ADA compliance

During Campus Community, Senator Alexandria Banta reported that she believes there to be campus violations on ADA regulations. She reports being told by Jamie McCrary, the Disability Service Director, that many buildings are not handicap friendly. Specifically, Banta mentioned the Marks building. “In the fall maybe we can have a ...

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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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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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SGA sees 8 pieces of legislation, Reedy admits to lie

Last week’s SGA meeting got off to an unusual start as Vice President Jordan Reedy admitted lying to the senatorial board the week prior. “I lied a little bit, you’re legislation’s really not due until next week,” Reedy said. “That way we wouldn’t have it all in one day. I ...

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SGA ratification names new president, executives, senators

The 2018 SGA election ended with a public ratification on Friday, April 6 in MUC 307. This year’s election saw 990 individual voters, the largest number of voters since 2016. Chief Justice Waquas Ahmed named the winners of each electoral contest, starting with the new senators for each college. Chloe ...

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