KSU Professor Arrested for Child Molestation
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KSU Professor Arrested for Child Molestation

A KSU professor has been put on administrative leave after the administration learned about his…

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SABAC Votes on a $190,000 Transfer
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SABAC Votes on a $190,000 Transfer

In a letter from Vice President of Student Success Dr. Jerome Ratchford to the Student…

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SGA Beat: Childcare and House Bill 512
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SGA Beat: Childcare and House Bill 512

During SGA’s open meeting last week, Lynda Lyons made a presentation about Childcare on campus. She…

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Wassmuth Leaves Empty Chair in Communication Department
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Wassmuth Leaves Empty Chair in Communication Department

Birgit Wassmuth, the Chair of the Department of Communication, tendered her resignation March 19 in a…

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Students Fight Over Concealed Carry
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Students Fight Over Concealed Carry

SGA voted Thursday against supporting the Safe Carry Protection Act, House Bill 512 ,which allows students…

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Over $90,000 Spent, SABAC Allocates 70% of Budget
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Over $90,000 Spent, SABAC Allocates 70% of Budget

According to the Student Activities and Budget Advisory Committee budget for Financial Year 2013 $164,000…

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KSU Loses Rare Books Curator
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KSU Loses Rare Books Curator

Rita Impey-Imes, former Curator of the KSU Bently Rare Books Gallery, died Thursday Feb 14.…

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University Art Museum Benefactor Passes
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University Art Museum Benefactor Passes

KSU Benefactor Bernard A. Zuckerman, 91, of Atlanta, died Friday Feb 22, 2013. Zuckerman was…

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KSU Alert System Overwhelms Students
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KSU Alert System Overwhelms Students

A violent storm system damaged cities across the southeast after spawning several tornados and killing…

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A Jacked-Up Generation
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A Jacked-Up Generation

From my own personal experience, I can confidently say that drugs certainly have their place…

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