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Campus Rec brings Battleship to life

Written by: Abbie Baggerly Whoever thought the words “battle” and “fundraiser” could be used together? Leave it to Campus Rec to come up with a way to combine the two. Campus Rec is offering Canoe Battleship next Thursday from 7-11 p.m. at the SRC pool. The game will work just like the traditional board game but with actual water and ...

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Play to find love on stage

Written by: Cole Edwards If you think the hunt for true, romantic love is a quest today, imagine how difficult it was in the 17th century. The VSU theatre and dance department will premiere Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.” The play explores the nature of love and the often-bumpy road it takes to find love. The play will premiere this ...

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Drag show to raise awareness

Written by: Isaiah Smart Hair will flow and hands will clap as the Gay Straight Alliance at VSU brings Drag Delight to campus next Thursday. Every year, GSA puts on Drag Delight, a drag show, to raise funds and awareness for World AIDS Day. The event grows every year and brings in not only students and staff but community members ...

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Langdale Hall haunts students

Written by: Brian Hickey   Where male residents used to lay their heads is now filled with the shrills of a girl covered in blood begging for help. What was once a bathroom facility now contains the angry ghost who can’t leave the last stall. A dorm that once housed budding freshman residents now houses the scariest ghosts on VSU’s ...

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‘Miracle Boy’ brings troubled innocence to the screen

Written by: John Preer Those who attended VSU Mass Media Program’s screening in the University Center Theater last Wednesday arrived with intentions to view a film entitled “No Soliciting.” The film’s director was scheduled to attend the screening and be available for a question and answer afterwards.  Dove was not able to make it so instead assistant professor Jason Brown ...

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Zombies attack VSU!

Written by: Brian Hickey Not only are they in October movie marathons, but zombies have been spotted on the VSU campus – all thanks to Campus Recreation. This year Campus Recreation will be putting on its annual haunted trail. The trail will be located behind the Sustella parking deck by the CORE ropes course. Admission to the haunted trail will ...

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Native American speaker encourages kindness and respect

Written by: Abbie Baggerly Dr. Carol Locust discussed Native American Culture and Wellness on Tuesday in the Bailey Science Center. “I was told I was to go toward the sunset because that was my destiny,” Locust said. Locust travels all over the U.S. and speaks to audiences about balance in their lives.  She said when you feel like you’re out ...

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Planetarium show attracts impressive crowd

Written by: Khiry Clements The VSU Department of Physics, Astronomy and Geosciences hosted four public showings at the planetarium in Nevins Hall beginning at 7 p.m. last Friday. This year the planetarium is celebrating 50 years of Quasars. Each show began with a telescopic view of the Valdosta night sky. The show gave detail as to how the star formations ...

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Tuggle is Queen!

Written by: Sarah Turner/Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   In the same stadium that her father dominated, Jessica Tuggle was crowned by President William McKinney as the 2013 VSU Homecoming Queen. “It was crazy,” Tuggle, senior sociology major, said. “I was so grateful and so thankful; words really can’t describe the feeling.” Tuggle’s father, Jessie Tuggle, is a former VSU football ...

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