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Classic horror films still terrify

I’ve compiled a list of my ten favorite horror/slasher films to help better steer you crazy kids into a more horrific holiday; unless you consider waking up next to someone who you can’t remember their name more terrifying than any visual media…

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Sexual orientation questions invasive, though relevant

Expectant date of entrance. Name. Address. Social Security Number. Last school attended. Sexual orientation. One of these inquiries is not like the others. We all remember filling out our college applications, excited and agitated with answering the same questions over and over. Students already have to answer questions that leave their brains throbbing trying to remember certain aspects of their ...

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Haunted Trail brings frights to campus

If you are looking for a great scare and plenty of fun this Halloween, come out and support Campus Recreation as they host their annual haunted trail for all students, faculty and staff.

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PopAddict: Bieber denied rap fame, Cannon twins get limelight

It’s one step closer to fall break, kids, and I can’t tell you how ready I am for this week to be over! I got over the hump now it’s my job to give you something to ease your mind until Friday. So, sit back and let me ditch out this dirt to you! So we all saw the tweets ...

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Organo Gold delivers hot coffee to campus anytime

Nick Barnes, recent VSU alum and newfound entrepreneur, has opened a new business that delivers organic coffee to the Valdosta area any time, day or night. It’s no secret that the majority of college students need caffeine to function, but at 2 a.m., when the typical all night study session is in full swing, most coffee shops are closed. The ...

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Clothesline brings awareness

Video By: J.J. Wortham and Lavisa Darling T-shirts tell the story, stories of emotional abuse, physical abuse and rape. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and VSU’s Women’s and Gender Studies Program is committed to reminding students of the survivors and warning that it can happen to anyone. The Women’s Gender Study Program, headed by Dr. Tracy Meyers, is a ...

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Odum now has art, new additions

Over the fall semester, Odum Library has showcased art throughout several floors of the library. Some of the more recent features included the Lamar Dodd collection, pieces from Amalia Amaki and most recently the Ross Rosenberg Collection. On Oct. 28, the Odum Library will introduce these pieces and more as a gallery showing to students and faculty from 2 p.m. ...

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SpecTech Review: The iPhone 4S

This week I will review one of the most talked about and best-selling phones—the iPhone 4S. It has been reported that the iPhone 4S sold over 4 million units during its launch weekend, which isn’t surprising since it is available on two new networks at launch. All Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T stores in Valdosta were sold out when I asked ...

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Occupy Valdosta exceeds participant’s expectations

I don’t consider myself an extremely political person, but I do believe that people should stand up for what they believe in. The Valdosta community has recently come together to do just that. On Friday, I participated in the Occupy Valdosta march with over 100 students, teachers, and other members of the Valdosta community. I was excited that I got ...

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Homecoming brings pep rally, parade, step show

   Despite the constant threat of rain, many students considered homecoming week a success. The week’s events, including a pep rally, parade and step show, brought forth crowds of students full of school spirit.A pep rally was held in the PE Complex on Thursday. This year the pep rally included a themed lip sync contest.The performances were comprised different themes ...

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