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Valdosta to offer forensic science major

Valdosta State students will soon enjoy the benefits of the newly approved Strategic Focus proposals that became official at the April 15 Planning and Budget Council meeting. Each year, the council, headed by the Provost and made up of VSU faculty, meets to vote on the funding for Strategic Focus proposals and also the renewal of funding for previously introduced ...

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Perfect plan for loans impossible

 Starting next fall, Tidewater Community College in Virginia will require its students to go beyond the normal requirements for obtaining federal loans.  Federal loans will be based upon a realistic view of the students’ financial status before and after college. The amount of money a student has and will make post-graduation will determine the amount of money they are loaned. ...

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Don’t be afraid to relax

 After four or so years, you are finally a senior. During this scary year, the pressure sets in, the stress rises, and the mind races with the open-ended possibilities of your post-graduation days. For your major, you know it is in your best interest to go to graduate school. You apply, but to your growing frustration and dismay, you cannot ...

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People Poll: Where were you during the power outage?

“I was asleep. I didn’t even know that the power went out.” Griffin Driskell junior marketing  major “I was in class. We ended up staying in class the whole period and it was really hot.” Tangelia Moss sophomore nursing major “I was sleeping and my roommate came in and told me that the power went out. I told her I ...

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