Home / Hunter Terrell

Hunter Terrell

Saying Goodbye: Veronica You

My time at The Spectator began when my adviser, Dr. Pat Miller offered me a position as the circulations manager, or “the paper girl.” The pay was miniscule but I jumped at the opportunity, even if it in my mind “was a minor role.” Prior to working for The Spectator I already knew that I loved writing, and was a ...

Read More »

Saying Goodbye: Alex Dunn

Graduation is finally here. These past four years have flown by, and all of a sudden, I am poised for my new journey as an aspiring journalist. VSU has used these four years to chew me up and spit me back out again. But, through all the good, bad and the ugly, I have grown into someone that feels just ...

Read More »

Saying Goodbye: Kelsey Dickerson

I came to school undecided about where I wanted my life to go. I wasn’t even sure I wanted to stay at VSU past freshman year. With my first semester drawing to a close, I declared a major, then changed it, then changed back. My parents wanted me to go in to nursing, but I knew it wasn’t for me. ...

Read More »

Saying Goodbye: Hunter Terrell

When I started as the new social media editor last fall, I had zero idea what to expect. There were a lot of things I didn’t know, but of three things I was positive – I knew that I was terrified, that this was uncharted territory for myself but also that I loved to write. The growth I’ve experienced in ...

Read More »

Get to know the Japanese Club

  Valdosta State has 200+ organizations and student activity groups, but it wasn’t until fall 2017 that the Japanese Club emerged. Made up of a variety of students– sociology majors, art majors, freshman and seniors– Japanese club welcomes all who wish to know more about Japanese culture. “I was fortunate to study abroad for a semester and I really enjoyed ...

Read More »

People Poll: How do you feel about the new Snapchat update?

“I wish they didn’t change it!” Caitlyn Poythress a freshman, education major, said. (Left) “It’s really inconvenient.” Julia Bezeria a sophomore, nursing major, said. (Right) “It was weird at first. I don’t necessarily hate it, but I’m not the biggest fan. I want the previous version back.” Jami Floyd, a senior, biology major, said. “I think its trash.” LeWayne Jamison, ...

Read More »

Editorial: Lack of gun regulations lead to more suffering

On February 14th there was a mass shooting killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. According to the Gun Violence Archive (an independent data collection group) there have been 61 fatalities caused by gun violence since February 11, 2018, excluding Douglas High. Convenience stores, gas stations, movie theaters, churches, schools are all places that reek ...

Read More »

Editorial: Greek life isn’t to blame

This past Friday, Andrew Coffey a pledge of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at Florida State University was found dead at an off-campus Greek event. Unrelated to the death, a member of Phi Delta Theta Garrett John Marcy, was arrested and charged Monday with the sale and trafficking of cocaine. As a result, FSU President John Thrasher placed an indefinite suspension ...

Read More »

Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

Check the current number of cases on the VSU campus here!