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Check it out:VSU has some fan pages on Facebook

Valdosta State University is full of surprises and thrills throughout your time on its campus, so why not become a fan of it on Facebook? Facebook has revolutionized the way we communicate and interact with other people in our lives. Facebook lets you meet people you would otherwise never get to know on an everyday basis and connect with them. Whether they go to your school or are from another country, you are able to find people who are just like you. One way of seeing who has common interests with you is by becoming a fan of certain topics. At VSU, there are a few pages that we can join as fans, ranging from “Blaze,” our sports mascot, to a page where you can share your strange yet interesting stories called “Only at Valdosta State”
Blaze’s site is for everyone who loves VSU’s favorite flame. Blaze is a staple at VSU and his fan page keeps us updated on the latest news. It provides on all things related to VSU sports or involving VSU students, such as activities around the community. Blaze lets fans know what is going and congratulates the Blazers teams when they achieve greatness, win a championship, or otherwise enhance VSU’s reputation.
A favorite among students, the “Only at Valdosta State” page is a fun way to see the things you might otherwise miss happening on campus—all the fun “you had to be there” moments. Many VSU students see different things on campus, such as crazy signs in front of Hopper Hall, notes on dormmates’ doors, and misspellings in the chalk drawings on the sidewalks. It’s a fun way to see and laugh at the things your classmates see all around them. With over 2,200 fans, it is must to see if you want to laugh and see VSU in a entirely different light.
These sites are all the more hilarious because you can reminisce on events that happened to you, share stories, or relate to things that happen to others and chime in with a response. None of the pages’ administrators responded to my requests for comment on why they created the pages, but it isn’t hard to tell that they were made to show school spirit and fun. My informal survey of some of the pages’ fans reflects that. Students just want to be able to share experiences with their fellow VSU students.

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