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Black Student League promotes campus unity

There is nothing better than pink lemonade, sweet treats and washing cars with friends on a hot Saturday afternoon. All of this could be found at the Rent-A-Wheel on Ashley St. this past Saturday where the Black Student League (BSL) conducted a car wash and bake sale to raise money for upcoming events. BSL is a community service based organization ...

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BET awards turns into fighting match

Hello World–Anthony here. It’s time to catch up on the latest celebrity news and gossip and that us all talking this past week. Award show season is still in full effect and this week was no different with BET holding their seventh annual Hip Hop Awards. The ceremony was supposed to honor some of the greatest artists in rap and ...

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Student eliminates book buyback hassle

You buy a textbook for $120 and when selling it back, the bookstore offers you $30. It’s happened to all of us and now there’s a way to avoid it all. Next semester, students can avoid the disappointment and buy-back hassle completely by using Jebbles.com. Owner and creator, Jebidiah Light, a senior International Business major at VSU changed the way ...

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Faculty, guest prepare for contemporary music recital

The Faculty/Guest Recital will take place on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at VSU’s Whitehead Auditorium on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building. The recital will showcase the classical stylings of several faculty members including faculty flutist Dr. Elizabeth Goode and faculty pianist Dr. Joshua Pifer. Both Dr. Goode and Dr. Pifer are classically trained musicians that have been ...

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‘Fresh tracks’ welcomes new dancer

Eric Nielson, dance program coordinator, founded the VSU Repertory Dancers in 1986, making this ensemble the oldest dance repertory company in South Georgia. Since then the ensemble has seen many student dancers, guest artists, part-time and full-time faculty members.  The dances have been documented on video to be restaged for future concerts, lecture demonstrations and special performances. VSU’s ensemble now ...

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‘Dredd 3D’ lacks storyline

It’s that time of year at the movies again. The summer blockbusters have passed, and it’s not quite Oscar season yet. What we as movie goers are left with is the average run of the mill movies that really have no reason to exist other than someone finding the money to make it. So thankfully we have “Dredd.” It’s been ...

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West, Kardashian look-a-like sex tape surfaces

 Hello World–Anthony here. As usual its time to see what stories in pop culture had us talking this week.  The world of television put on its best prom tuxedos and dresses and gathered for the 64th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.  Modern Family cleaned house as usual, taking home a total of three awards. Julie Bowen won best supporting actress in ...

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The Love Game: Learning to compromise

When in a relationship, it’s impossible for both partners to agree on everything. There will be some clashing of different opinions, views and thoughts. This is where compromise and sacrifice both come in to play. Though these two relationship elements tend to be a struggle to achieve for some people, it’s worth the battle in the end when both partners ...

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Rotaract raises funds for polio research

The members of the VSU Rotaract Club are more determined than ever to offer their support to people who suffer from polio all over the world.  On Sept. 20, they hosted their monthly fundraising activity, Pennies for Polio, in which they collected over $130.  The money collected will be sent to Rotary International, which will distribute the funds among different ...

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