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Vegas to get piece of Britney

Written by: Anthony Pope Hello, world—Anthony here bringing you all the pop culture events from the last week that had us talking. It’s Britney, Bitch! The pop princess made her return to hearts this past week. But let’s be honest. She never left. Ms. Spears’ new single “Work Bitch” leaked Sunday morning. The leak prompted Spears’ team to move up ...

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D&T Personal Training strives for a healthier university

Written by: Olivia Gear   Although bathing suit season is coming to an end, it’s never too late to work toward a beach body. For people seeking one-on-one assistance in and out of the gym, D&T Personal Training may be just what they’re looking for. Founded by Terence Boyd, former VSU fitness consultant, and Dezmon Gray, D&T Personal Training is ...

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Cool down with CORE

Written by: Abbie Baggerly   Anyone looking for an adrenaline rush should be glad to know that CORE will be taking students white-water rafting in the cool Appalachian Mountains on Sept. 28-29. CORE plans to tackle the rapids in Hiawassee, Ga. and Ocoee, Tenn. during the trip which will include rafting, hiking and plenty of water. “Water,” Sean Wilkinson, CORE ...

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Natural High hosts free game night

Story and photos by Elan Waite   Laughter could be heard throughout the Student Union as Natural High hosted their Free Game Night in the Student Union Game Room Thursday. The group, Natural High, offers alternative activities and functions that are drug and alcohol free for students. Mallory King, a freshman and newcomer to the group, called the event “pretty ...

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Counceling Center encourages communication

Written by: Olivia Gear The infamous “we need to talk” conversation is usually seen as the beginning of the end of a relationship, but it may be useful to have the conversation before it gets to that point. VSU counselors can tell you why. The Counseling Center will be hosting the “We Need to Talk” seminar on Tuesday from 4-5 ...

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Career Services to boost interview skills

Written by: Jordan Barela Whether it is during or after college, a job interview is the one thing that almost every student must go through. Career Services will be helping students to improve their interview skills at its next Successful Interviewing seminar on Sept. 17 at 3 p.m. in Powell Hall West. “This seminar is important because it is not ...

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Miss VSU pageant returns

Written by: Allison Ericson Miss VSU is far more than a pretty face and a crown; she is a VSU ambassador, scholarship winner and an active participant in Valdosta community organizations and both local and national charities. The Miss VSU pageant was re-introduced to the university for the first time last year after a short hiatus. Last year’s pageant was ...

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iPhone gets personal next week

Written by: Steven Setser Hello, SpecTech followers, and welcome to another wonderful Thursday. In this issue we have a lot to talk about from Samsung to Apple. Also, the Xbox One got a release date! You’ve been waiting for it. The Xbox One will release in the U.S. on Nov. 22 while the PS4 will release on Nov. 15. Microsoft ...

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Parents to see what VSU is all about

Written by: Cole Edwards Tell Mom and Dad they can quit calling and come visit instead. VSU will be hosting its annual Parent’s Weekend event Sept. 20-21. Parent’s Weekend is a great opportunity for parents to spend time with their students on campus. The event allows parents to meet other parents as they join students, faculty and staff for a ...

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Country and rap unite

Written by: Isaiah Smart   What would a clash between Eric Church and T.I. sound like? Ask the LACS and listen to their new album, “Keep It Redneck.” The LACS, consisting of Clay “Uncle Snap” Sharpe and Brian “Rooster” King, recently released the album as a follow-up effort to “190 Proof” that held the group on Billboard’s top country albums ...

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