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Health Center receives 400 doses of HIN1 vaccine shots

 After receiving 400 doses of the H1N1 Influenza vaccine that was disbursed starting last week to high-risk persons, VSU Student Health Center is now proving shots to other students, faculty and staff as of Wednesday.  According to the VSU website, the Student Health Center received a limited supply from which the vaccine was first disbursed, to those who have asthma, ...

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Trey Songz : READY review

 Tremaine Aldon Neerson, also known as “Trey Songz,” was born November 28, 1984. Since he was young, he was vocally talented. Trey was loved to sing and has always had the support of family friends. This military brat was discovered at a talent show by Troy Taylor, a producer at Atlantic Records. After graduating high school, he moved to New ...

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Fergie comes out, Jay-Z settles down

Hollywood hasn’t been too busy this week with making headlines, but I did scrape up some juicy news of baby planning and suicidal attempts.  The big, bad Hulk Hogan has admitted to having suicidal thoughts recently. Between his drama-infested divorce early this year and his son being arrested for killing his friend in a car accident, Hogan just snapped.�  Hogan ...

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Buffalo Wild Wings stampedes in

This week the Tasters went to the brand-spanking-new Buffalo Wild Wings, just outside the mall parking lot on Baytree Road. We’ve really been anticipating this one.  First thing we have to say is the atmosphere was definitely the restaurant’s best feature. They had an arcade in back, more TVs than we could count, trivia games you could play on the ...

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Barnas and Young reveal hate crimes in documentary

     In 1993 Roy Kirkland woke up to find a cross burned on the front lawn of his home in Willacoochee, Ga. After 16 years, Kirkland and his partner at the time, Doug Sebastian, began compiling interviews and newspaper clippings to tell the story of the cross burning and progressively worse threats and attacks in a profound documentary called “A ...

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Radio show gets financial beating and Fergie’s husband is accused of cheating

Pop Addict Brace yourselves Blazers! Hollywood has been really busy this week with its’ cheaters, baby makers, law breakers, and yes, stalkers.  I don’t normally put stories like this in ‘Pop Addict,’ but it’s just too bizarre and downright stupid to not inform you of this tragic incident.  A morning radio station in Sacramento, Calif., has been ordered to pay ...

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Give a big ole whoop for the Scoop

 The Spectator tasters ventured to The Scoop at 401 Northside Drive to try some sandwich shop-style lunch. The atmosphere didn’t disappoint, as the furniture, especially the mini bar, were simple and holdovers from the ‘50s. Thankfully, the food had a more modern edge to it and the ice cream made for a tasty, casual dessert.  Overall the service and the ...

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Michael Jackson’s Movie “This is it” is a hit,

Pop Addict MJ’s much anticipated “This Is It” movie finally hit the theaters last night, and resulted in rave reviews. The reviews not only came from various critics, but also tons and tons of celebrities who posted their thoughts on Twitter the very minute they left the theater.  Twitter buzzed with tweets all night long, starting with the first coming ...

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The Deep Release Poetry society

 Picture an old, historic building, lit by candlelight, and a winding staircase with a bow overlooking the common area. Kind of screams “eerie,” doesn’t it? Glancing downwards you might notice an array of individuals dressed in costumes, sipping on apple cider, surrounding around a microphone. This type of setting seems to be just the right fit for ghouls, ghosts, and ...

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