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Cheap Dinner Breakdown

 Valdosta is full of restaurants that are well within a college student’s budget. No matter if you crave taste, style or price, Valdosta has a restaurant for you.    There are many Mexican restaurants in town including Rodeo, on Ashley Street, and El Toreo with two locations.  There is an El Toreo on Gornto Road and another on North Valdosta ...

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Don’t wind up on this site

 DearDrunkMe.com is a Web site created for sober people to speak to their drunken alter ego.   VSU students Alex Abell, a senior marketing major and Omari Brown, a senior computer science major, created the website on July 1.  Abell and Brown started the site after partaking in several drunken nights.  Realizing that they were engaging in inappropriate behavior, Brown ...

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DIY Halloween Costumes

 Halloween is getting close and it is about time to find that perfect costume.   There are costumes being sold all around town and on the Internet, but they are usually very expensive.  On the other hand, there are plenty of costumes that can be made from things around the house; costing you little to no money at all.  A ...

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Haunted happenings around town

 Halloween in a college town is a night of tricks, treats, parties, horror houses and costumes for the young at heart and the slightly old in age.   Many students have plans for the weekend leading up to Oct. 31, ranging from costume parties of a more adult theme to haunted houses for a good scare.  Traditionally, Halloween is the ...

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Boring Old Remerton

For this past fall break many of you probably attended the great college institution–the bar. When I say “bar” I mean drinking establishment and when I say drinking establishment I mean “that rocking awesome place where you met that girl that puked on your shoes.” So, if you are a freshman, then the whole Remerton bar strip is a new ...

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Poissons de Chants on display

 An unusual art form is now on display at the VSU art gallery. The show’s title, “Poissons de Chant,” translates to “The Singing Fish.”  The exhibit, on display from Oct. 20 to Nov. 5, showcases Tom Lundquist’s series of images made entirely by digital technologies including Adobe Photoshop and computer-animated programs.  The series shows the journey of a school of ...

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Greeks to host fall festival

  On Saturday, Oct. 24, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. and the Greek community will host the 2010 community fall festival on the front lawn of VSU from 1-4 p.m.  The event will be open to all community members and children.   Boys and Girls Clubs of Valdosta will be attending the festivities. All booths are sponsored by Greek sorority and ...

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Chefs get fancy with Ramen Noodles

Thursday night, Blazer Dining held their Ramen Noodle Challenge: Battle of the Chefs in Palms Dining Center. The event was part of Blazer Dining’s monthly promotional “Game On” series.

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‘Easy A’: Rumor mill turns, impressions change

 “Easy A” is the story of Olive Penderghast (Emma Stone) and her attempt to clear the air on a little white lie that spirals out of control.  The film opens with Penderghast and her friend Rhiannon Abernathy (Alyson Michalka) talking about the weekend.  When Abernathy pushes Penderghast to go camping with her and her nudist parents, Penderghast blurts out that ...

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Facebook’s controversial beginnings inspire biofilm

 Director, David Fincher, and his cohorts have given the internet age its cinematic manifesto with “The Social Network,” a deeply layered look at the young men who were involved in the founding of Facebook.  The plot follows two lawsuits made against Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), the sophomore Harvard student who created the social network that would eventually eclipse MySpace and ...

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