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Student expresses concern in final SGA meeting

The final SGA meeting of 2017-2018 saw another heavily debated topic, and one student came forward to voice her concerns about SGA’s conduct this year. Michelle Bonner, a sophomore computer information major, works in the Military Student Center. She spoke on behalf of all the cultural centers. Act No. 6 ...

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Letter to the Editor: SGA President addresses campus about upcoming academic year

Newly elected SGA President, Frank Burns, wrote a letter to the student body of APSU about his goals for the 2017-2018 academic year. He writes: “As Student Government Association President, I wish to develop many projects that will sustain, uplift and contribute to the image of Austin Peay State University. ...

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SGA still facing lack of legislation

Over a month into the Fall 2016 semester, the Student Government Association is still scrambling to introduce new legislation, aside from the standard crosswalk proposal with Resolution No.1. That resolution proposes a third crosswalk from the Burt parking lot to the Kimbrough and MMC buildings. President Ryan Honea and Vice President ...

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OneStop Redesign Teased at SGA Meeting

At the last SGA meeting Associate VP and Chief Information Officer Judy Molnar showcased a work-in-progress redesign of the APSU OneStop page. The meeting also featured Chief Operations Officer David Davenport speaking to the body about last semester’s “noose situation” and diversity on campus. The meeting began with Molnar showing ...

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Don’t silence yourself, be involved

Many students are guilty of complaining about issues affecting them during classes or on campus but rarely do anything about it after arguing futilely with fellow students and professors. Student participation is lacking at APSU, most notably with our student government. Students should feel comfortable speaking with senators through email ...

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