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SGA’s role proves tough, but necessary to campus

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: >>Thom Murphy, senior French major Reading yesterday’s strongly worded opinion piece about the role of the Student Government Association (SGA), I could not help but reflect on my own brief time in SGA Senate. Like many APSU students, I was utterly uninterested in the goings-on of SGA, ...

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Student Tribunal Rejects SGA’s Attempt to Monitor SOC Expenses

Chief Justice Lane Chisenhall announced that Student Tribunal has rejected Sen. Thomas Murphy’s Act. No. 7 that gives SGA power to vote on Student Organization Council expenditures. “Tribunal felt like it was a little vague. Wasn’t transparent or just clear with the instructions on that. And then felt like it ...

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Will Roberts elected SGA president, students rock vote

Chief Justice Will Roberts was elected as the new Student Government Association president at the ratification ceremony on Thursday, April 2. Student involvement in SGA elections was up from previous years, with 1,079 total votes cast. Student participation has not exceeded 1,000 votes since 2012, when 1,726 votes were cast. The 2015 elections ...

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Freshmen and graduate elections

By Myranda Harrison Staff Writer During this election term there are 18 eligible freshmen senator candidates and two eligible graduate senator candidates. Each candidate must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 and cannot have any form of formal disciplinary record. Many applications from students wishing to run are ...

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SGA proposes changes to code of conduct

–klilly2@my.apsu.edu During the SGA meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 24, Dean Greg Singleton brought up several proposed changes to the Student Code of Conduct that have already been approved by the SGA Senate, SGA Tribunal and a review committee. There are nine major changes in all. They consist of rules currently ...

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