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Wale’s sophomore release looks to improve on first

Wale has finally released his much anticipated sophomore album titled “Ambition” on Nov. 1. While Wale’s first album flopped, selling only 28,000 copies in the first week, “Ambition” is already on pace to sell close to 200k copies in its first week. The title of the album couldn’t have described Wale’s intentions better. He is ambitious to learn from his ...

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SpecTech: Classic Sonic meets his modern counterpart in Sonic Generations

It is hard to believe that it has been 20 years since Sonic the Hedgehog appeared and took everyone by surprise. In the past 10 years SEGA has had trouble finding out who they are marketing these games to. SEGA is celebrating the 20th anniversary with Sonic Generations; a game that takes the best from the last 20 years and ...

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Zumba Instructor gets surprised by her Airman

Shocked and excited Webb rushed off the stage and into his arms. In that short time, she was reunited with her Airman in a passionate embrace that only two lovers could give each other after a long period of absence.

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Deaf, Deaf World offers unique perspective

The VSU Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services and the American Sign Language Club hosted the sixth “Deaf, Deaf World” Oct. 28. The event was held twice that day in the Student Union Ballroom B and C, with a great turn-out from students. Some were there for extra credit, some for personal interests but all left with a new-found respect ...

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Paranormal Activity 3 brings closure to previous installments

After watching the first Paranormal Activity, I vowed never again. But when the highly anticipated thriller, Paranormal Activity 3 premiered Oct. 21, I sat down to observe what all the commotion and excitement was about. All of the comments and thoughts about Paranormal Activity 3 were fair, if not great, which made me rethink my judgment on viewing the sequel. ...

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Guest speaker travels for female empowerment

The Women’s and Gender Studies Program presented “Building Bridges and Swimming Upstream: Chronicles of a Feminist Peace and Justice Activist” Wednesday in Jennett Lecture Hall. Guest speaker, Dr. Kathryn L. Norsworthy, Ph.D., works as a Counseling Psychologist and Professor at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. Dr. Norsworthy is an activist for the rights of the LGBT community. She is ...

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Gamestop to sell Android, iPhone 4S troubles surface

In this issue of the Spec Tech: a new Nook, bendable phones, and 4G LTE phones are coming, Apple troubles, and GameStop sells Android tablets. Nokia and Samsung both announce that they are creating phones with bendable screens. Samsung has not demonstrated their phone, but Nokia showed that bending the phone zooms in and out of pictures. This may seem ...

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Classical concert to feature award-winning solo cellist

The Valdosta Symphony Orchestra (VSO) will present a Classical Masters concert Saturday at 8 p.m. in Whitehead Auditorium, conducted by Dr. Howard Hsu. Dr. Hsu is the Music Director of the Symphony Orchestra, Director of Orchestra Studies and an assistant professor of music. The program features pieces from two of the greatest composers of the Classical era, Mozart’s bubbly Symphony ...

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PopAddict: Bieber baby, Kardashian divorce, more ‘surprises’

Happy belated Halloween! I bet there were plenty of tricks and treats out Monday night, and I know there’s still someone out there throwing back left over candy corn and tootsie rolls. As if this Halloween didn’t bring on a bunch of wild and freaky events—and boy, did the freaks come out—Jimmy Kimmel brought out Pee-Wee Herman to celebrate some ...

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