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Study tips in time for finals

 Ever wonder how other people study? Or maybe how they get comfortable enough to concentrate? At VSU, students definitely have different ways of getting focused.   “I take off my pajamas, and wear jeans or any other piece of tight clothing,” Hyemin Lee, a freshmen sociology major, said. “It keeps my body awake and tense, otherwise I would fall asleep.” ...

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Holiday spirit in the air

 Coming to downtown this Saturday is Valdosta’s first ice skating rink.   Located in the Toombs Street parking lot, Holiday on Ice will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Tuesdays through Fridays from 5-10 p.m. through Dec. 19.  “I’m excited about the ice skating rink,” Shelia Vanommeren, a senior international business major said. “I’m ...

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Blazers host Loop Pizza Grill Classic this weekend

From staff reports  The VSU men’s basketball team stands with an overall 5-2 record after downing Albany State and Columbus State last week. The Blazers will host the Loop Pizza Grill Classic this weekend at the P.E. Complex.   They will host Lynn on Friday night and Nova Southeastern on Saturday night. Both games are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ...

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REHAB rocks out

Danny Boone, Mike Hartnett, Foz, Hano Leathers, Chris Hood, Chris Crisis, Demun Jones. These names might not ring any bells now, but in just a few years, the South Georgia rockers could become a household name.

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Paddle up: Ping pong club comes to VSU

 The VSU table-tennis club may not be well known, but with the number of members growing and the team’s success in competitions, their notoriety is on the rise.   The team’s president, Jacob Miller, a junior business major, was also one of the team’s founding members last school year. Becoming club president, however, was not Miller’s original intention.  “I really ...

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Sneakerhead Invasion

Every day at VSU, students of all classifications wear different styles and brands of shoes. The “Sneakerheads,” however, take pride in the quantity and rareness of their sneakers compared to others.

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‘Saw3D’ disappoints, keeps drawing series’ diehard fans

 Last Friday, at the opening night of “Saw 3D,” I walked into the theater expecting to walk back out again in 30 minutes demanding my money back.   Around two hours later, I left the theater with adrenaline rushing through my system, wondering how in the living hell the filmmakers had managed to make me feel that way with such ...

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‘X-men: First Class’ begins filming close to home

 The film industry seems to be taking a firm hold on Georgia, and now one of the largest film franchises of all has chosen a part of the Peach State as its backdrop.   The next installment of the X-Men franchise is being filmed on a 4.5 acre stretch of beach at Jekyll Island, near Savannah.   Some scenes from ...

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