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Bandana Project raises sexual assault awareness

 Imagine working in a field all day in 100 degree weather, planting, harvesting and packing fruits and vegetables.  The work is hard and the pay is low. But worse is the constant fear of being sexually assaulted or raped by your boss or coworkers.  Immigrant women, working on farms or cleaning hotels, have been silently subjected to these worries for ...

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VSU presents music and dance showcase

 VSU’s Music and Dance Showcase will be held in the Sawyer Theatre of the Fine Arts Building today at 7:30 p.m.   “This is the 4th Annual Musical Theatre Showcase,” Christopher Bailey, Director of the Musical Theatre Showcase, said.  “This is an opportunity for graduating seniors in the BFA program with an emphasis in Musical Theatre to showcase various styles, ...

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New Wii U rumors surface

Hello and welcome back to a regular edition of Spec Tech.  This week, Facebook buys Instagram, rumors from Wii U, Samsung Galaxy III launches, and the largest tablet screen is presented.   Facebook bought the very popular app, Instagram for $1 billion.  No one knows exactly why this deal was made, but it could be that Instagram wanted to spread ...

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‘Lockout’ great for sci-fi fans

 “Lockout” is a fascinating movie that is set in the futuristic year of 2079.   This science fiction movie has a combination of nail-biting and funny scenes.  The movie begins with Snow (Guy Pearce), who is a former C.I.A. agent who is being framed with the murder of another agent and is accused of being in possession of information against ...

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Love vs. Lust: Pick a team

The confusion between love and lust can make for a fatal attraction. Once the lust dies, the person can see that he or she actually didn’t love the person that he or she was with.  It’s true that the beginning of any relationship begins with the physical attraction.  However, shortly afterward, you can become attracted to your partner mentally and ...

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Kim and Kanye official, Odom inactive for season

Hello guys and dolls! I’ve got my remote ready. Are you ready to surf some channels?   Click.  Kim Kardashian and Kanye are now dating, but according to their exes this is not a new thing.  Hopefully we can watch this unfold on a new season of “Keeping up with the Kardashians.”  Click.  According to sources close to RHOA, Sheree ...

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Art exhibit showcases senior talent

VSU’s Spring Senior Art Exhibition will be open  from April 15  to April 30th.  On Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m., the art will be ready for public viewing in the Fine Arts Gallery and a showcase of the seniors’ most influential works will be on display.  VSU senior  and artist William Massey, plans to display some of his own ...

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Alumna bakes on Oprah network

VSU graduate Tiffany Young showed students how to turn “lemons” into “pink lemonade” in the Pound Hall Auditorium Tuesday at 5 p.m. as she shared her trials towards opening her own business, the Pink Pastry Parlor.  Though Young has the highest rated pre-teen television show titled “Party at Tiffany’s” on the Oprah Winfrey Network, it is her bakery business that ...

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The Love Game: Forgive and forget

 Trust.  This is a word that requires time.  It requires patience, as well as,effort.  True enough, events happen that make you lose your trust in someone. Once a relationship has lost trust, it becomes pretty difficult to revive it.  But through honest and open communication, you can learn to trust again, only if you forgive your partner and move forward ...

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Ride continues for Blazer bikers

For students who enjoy cycling, whether for sport or recreation, Blazer Cycling is looking for interested members.  Blazer Cycling began in spring of 2009 with Jessica Avra, who left to join the Marine Corps.  She then handed over the club to president Ed Rollins and vice president Austin Sullivan.   “She had contacted me and Ed knowing that we were ...

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