Dead Day is not dead yet. It was saved on Thursday at the Faculty Senate meeting.[continue reading...]
- GNTV: Introduction
- Kugbila becomes first Blazer drafted since 1997
- Former Blazer golfer returns to familiar course
- Biased Americans accuse Muslims
- Sewage spill at Withlacoochee
- Daly playing in South GA Classic
- Blazer softball team ready to heat up in upcoming postseason
- LEAP to prepare students for ‘world of work, life’
- Give & Go gives back
- Valdosta recognizes Georgia Cities Week
Wednesday, several gallons of raw sewage spilled into the Withlacoochee River.
Two-time major champion John Daly tees off today in the first day of Web.com Tour’s South Georgia Classic at Kinderlou Forest Golf Course.
Valdosta State faces doubleheaders against two Gulf South Conference foes this weekend as they prepare for the opening round of the GSC Tournament in coming weeks.
The truly amazing thing about music is its flexibility. A song is a song, but it can be played or sung many different ways.
Written by Jennifer Gleason & Amber Smith Jennifer: Jessie’s Eats & Treats is in that same nook downtown that the Bleu Café is hidden. When you walk in, there is a narrow space between the order counter and the tables, but the space is large enough to move around in and be served. The menu
Written by Shane Thomas & Jamal Tull The VSU Faculty Senate will meet today at the UC Magnolia Room to discuss policies as the semester winds down. Among the issues to be discussed, the Faculty Senate will propose the elimination of “dead day,” the Tuesday of finals week when no classes are scheduled, from