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Art exhibit showcases senior talent

VSU’s Spring Senior Art Exhibition will be open  from April 15  to April 30th.  On Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m., the art will be ready for public viewing in the Fine Arts Gallery and a showcase of the seniors’ most influential works will be on display.  VSU senior  and artist William Massey, plans to display some of his own ...

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The Love Game: Forgive and forget

 Trust.  This is a word that requires time.  It requires patience, as well as,effort.  True enough, events happen that make you lose your trust in someone. Once a relationship has lost trust, it becomes pretty difficult to revive it.  But through honest and open communication, you can learn to trust again, only if you forgive your partner and move forward ...

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Alumna bakes on Oprah network

VSU graduate Tiffany Young showed students how to turn “lemons” into “pink lemonade” in the Pound Hall Auditorium Tuesday at 5 p.m. as she shared her trials towards opening her own business, the Pink Pastry Parlor.  Though Young has the highest rated pre-teen television show titled “Party at Tiffany’s” on the Oprah Winfrey Network, it is her bakery business that ...

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Ride continues for Blazer bikers

For students who enjoy cycling, whether for sport or recreation, Blazer Cycling is looking for interested members.  Blazer Cycling began in spring of 2009 with Jessica Avra, who left to join the Marine Corps.  She then handed over the club to president Ed Rollins and vice president Austin Sullivan.   “She had contacted me and Ed knowing that we were ...

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Airplane not airplane after all

We’ve all seen it, driven by it, glanced at it, or maybe even taken a picture of it.  This landmark sits high on the corner of Ashley Street and shares a space with Mathis City Auditorium. It’s grey and blue with wings of steel ready to take flight.  Yes, folks I am referring to that glorious artifact. The plane.  If ...

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SpecTech: New Sonic 4 slightly flawed

Welcome to this week’s review; I hope you guys didn’t get pranked too hard on Sunday.   After 16 years of waiting and begging, fans finally got a sequel to Sonic 3 and Knuckles, a 1994 platform video game for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis.  This was the first time Sonic has had a purely 2D platformer on a home console ...

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The Love Game: The 10 Commandments of Love

Welcome to The Love Game, your VSU Spectator love and relationship advice column! Written by Jennifer Gleason and Amanda Usher, The Love Game is here to answer all of your anonymous questions about the world of romance. Let’s start with an overview of the basics… The 10 Commandments of Love 1. Thou shall trust wholeheartedly. 2. Thou shall practice proper ...

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PopAddict: Kardashian dates wanna-be Bieber

Hello guys and dolls! I’ve got my remote ready. Are you ready to surf some channels? � Click. � Mary J. Blige, one of America’s most treasured voices, is now using her soulful voice to sing about the crispy chicken sandwich at Burger King in a new commercial. � The ad has caused uproar in the black community with people ...

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Planetarium brings springtime stars

� The Department of Physics, Astronomy and Geosciences will be hosting “Spring Stargazing” tomorrow.  There are three public shows at 7 p.m., 8 p.m and 9 p.m. at the VSU Planetarium located in Nevins Hall rm. 3004.  The recently renovated planetarium is equipped with a Digitarium Kappa digital projector, the first of its kind in the world.  This facility allows ...

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Panzau uses tragedy to educate

  Have you ever wondered what your life would be like after that one drink that gets you “over the edge?” Well Sarah Panzau, a two-time nationally recognized All-American, Olympic volleyball player, soon found out on Aug. 23, 2003.                 Sarah Panzau shared her story about her near fatal car collision in the P.E. Complex on April 4 at 7 ...

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