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If you’re thinking of beginning a club, here’s the start

At VSU, there are over 150 student organizations on campus. These groups provide students with similar interests with an opportunity to partake in something they enjoy as well as give back to the VSU community. But what if none of the current organizations interest you? You do not have to miss out on the chance to be a part of ...

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Try these cheap recipes for students, by students

It’s official: Spring is here. The time has come to get back in shape for the long-awaited summer months. Although the end of the semester can become stressful with finals looming ahead, students with even the most limited of time can start making healthy decisions when it comes to their eating habits. Fast food may seem like the most convenient ...

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See the senior art majors show their stuff April 18

The Senior Art Exhibition will open on April 18, with an open reception from 1 to 3 p.m., and runs through May 3. The artists, 16 graduating seniors, will be showing pieces of their portfolios that they have worked on for practically their entire college careers. The art featured in the exhibit was handpicked by the artists themselves, to show ...

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‘Hot Tub Time Machine’ hilarious

“Hot Tub Time Machine,” released in theaters on March 26, is the story of four friends who travel back in time to 1986 to rediscover their true selves. Unhappy with their lives, three men who are in their 40s return to a ski resort to relive their glory days. Nick, Lou, and Adam, joined by Adam’s 20-year-old nephew Jacob, wake ...

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Top nine most epic pranks of all time

April Fool’s is a day that is anticipated by many. People from all over the world know that this is the one day when they can perform pranks and other practical jokes on their friends, family, and co-workers without getting blamed for it too much. Below are nine clever April Fool’s tricks taken from discoveryfun.com that we thought were worth ...

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Get your pillows armed and ready

Saturday is International Pillow Fight Day, the one day a year when whacking everyone else holding a pillow is perfectly acceptable. According topillowfightday. com, pillow fights are breaking out around the world on Saturday in major cities, from New York, NY, and Atlanta, GA, to Tel Aviv, Israel, and Düsseldorf, Germany. The concept of International Pillow Fight Day is a ...

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Actor spotlight: get to know VSU’s actors

Ever wonder about those student actors you see on VSU’s stage? Here’s a little bit about some of the theater program’s finest. Raoul Barnick A senior theatre major from Adel, Ga., Raoul Barnick is a small-town boy with big city dreams. His theatre career began in first grade when he was selected to play the narrator in a class production ...

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‘The Price of Beauty’ from VSU’s point of view

Everyone sees beauty in a different way. Every culture has different standards for women and men to follow. Singer Jessica Simpson goes around to different countries to find exactly what they consider “beautiful” and how far people, particularly women, are willing to go to obtain the ideal in VH1’s new show “The Price of Beauty.” So far, Simpson has visited ...

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Spend five weeks in Japan learning language and cinema

Foreign exchange opportunities in Japan are available through the Office of International Programs. For students who wish to take advantage of the summer to do study abroad, a program in the Osaka region of Japan is ripe for the picking. The duration of the trip is roughly 35 days, or five weeks, from mid-June until late July. Courses offered during ...

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Philosophy and Religious Studies Club: stimulating student minds

Former NASA employee Dr. Cherilynn Morrow is coming to VSU on March 26 to speak for the Philosophy and Religious Studies Club. Morrow, currently a professor of physics and astronomy at Georgia State University, has been speaking to people about the importance of art and religion in science. This is not the club’s first event, either; unique speakers and entertainers, ...

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