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MudBowl 2018 Makes a Splash

The Dunn Center has held the MudBowl on its front lawn for 17 years. This past Sunday, Oct. 7, hundreds of people gathered on university grounds to play rounds of volleyball in the mud until a winner was chosen. The event was tournament style including a winners’ bracket, losers’ bracket ...

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A Call For Change in Our Student Government Association

CELESTE MALONE | EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Right now, there is still a low number of legislation within APSU’s Student Government Association and now, even the executive board has resorted to lying to get legislation written. I find it sad to think that our campus’ elected officials have to be tricked into doing the job they ...

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SGA votes to increase student fees by $23

SGA voted to increase student fees for the Foy Fitness Center and for Ard Health and Counseling Services and swore in four new senators during their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 31 meeting. Jason Wills, Assistant Director of the Foy Fitness Center, proposed a $15 increase from making the current fee ...

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SGA suggests removal of 3-a-day meal plan limit

Steven Prescott | Staff Writer SGA passed a vote that could change APSU’s academic calendar. Resolution No. 4 Calls for the Office of the Registrar to make adjustments aligning the university’s Spring Break with the Clarksville-Montgomery School System. Sen. Lane Manley challenged the decision and told colleagues that it would ...

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SGA releases yearly budget report card

By: Steven Prescott SGA strives to be the voice of the student body. SGA members are elected to represent the powerful voice to the Tennessee Board of Regents and the APSU’s administration. There are over 10,000 registered students at APSU, all of which are represented by SGA. Last year, SGA ...

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