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Pride of VSU: Organization helps recruit football players

Written by: Allison Thorpe Football. America’s most loved sport. But all the tailgating, touchdowns, and tears hinge on one of the most tedious and thought-out processes of the game: recruiting. What many fans aren’t aware of is how a player chooses a school. Not only do coaches hunt for the best of the best to
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VSU senior finishes at Nationals for first time since 1978
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Written by Lia Armistead.  Valdosta State University was represented in the NCAA Cross Country Championship last Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky, by senior Jesse Prince, who placed 169th. Prince was the first person from VSU since 1978 to participate in nationals and completed the 10K course in a time of 33:17. “It took a little bit
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Blazer basketball takes down GSC foe
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This story was written by Shane Thomas. The VSU Blazers (6-3, 1-2) rode the play of their seniors en route to a 75-70 victory over Lee University (6-2, 1-2) Wednesday night. The Blazers tied a season-high in field-goal percentage, shooting 50 percent overall in the win. Blazers head coach Mike Helfer pointed to his team’s
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VSU plays West Georgia in third round of D-2 playoffs
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Written by: Alex Tostado   The No. 21 Valdosta State football team returns home for the third round of the Division-II playoffs. The Blazers will face No. 25 West Georgia Wolves, a Gulf South Conference opponent on Saturday at noon. VSU tamed the wolves fairly easily in October with a commanding 40-6 home victory. VSU
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Pride of VSU: Organization helps recruit football players
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Written by: Allison Thorpe Football. America’s most loved sport. But all the tailgating, touchdowns, and tears hinge on one of the most tedious and thought-out processes of the game: recruiting. What many fans aren’t aware of is how a player chooses a school. Not only do coaches hunt for the best of the best to
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Book Report (2)
Students deserve academic forgiveness
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Please forgive us. For many students, college is a big adjustment that comes with even bigger mistakes. Unfortunately, some of those mistakes include getting bad grades that will haunt us for the rest of our collegiate careers. The Academic Forgiveness Policy that SGA passed will allow student records to reflect only the highest grade that
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VSU to host events to liven holiday spirits
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    Written by: Lia Armistead The holiday season is upon us and VSU is hosting many events in the next week to help students, faculty and staff get in the holiday spirit while finishing the semester. VSU community members have an opportunity to help a child in need this holiday season by becoming a
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