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VMAs: Gaga delivers, Handler fizzles

 On Sept. 12, the annual MTV Video Music Awards was held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, Calif.  The celebrities were dressed to impress at the awards as usual. Standouts included a dazzling Taylor Swift in a gorgeous dress and a very Barbie-luscious jump suit worn by none other than rapper Nicki Minaj.  The always dynamic and controversial dresses ...

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Oprah, Sir Paul to receive honor at Kennedy Center

This holiday season, a grand gift waits for a few select individuals. Tune in to CBS on December 28th to watch as five tremendously successful individuals are honored as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts throws their 33rd Kennedy Center Honors gala. The honorees are talk show host extraordinaire Oprah Winfrey, country star Merle Haggard, Broadway composer ...

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Pop Addict

Guess I’m double booking it this issue but it’s what I do, and what an interesting change this certainly is from the mosque issue now plaguing New York. Oh, but rest assured, there’s always something crazy, disturbing or just plain shocking going on in the glamorous world of Hollywood. Charges have been brought against Mel Gibson for domestic violence against ...

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Check it out:VSU has some fan pages on Facebook

Valdosta State University is full of surprises and thrills throughout your time on its campus, so why not become a fan of it on Facebook? Facebook has revolutionized the way we communicate and interact with other people in our lives. Facebook lets you meet people you would otherwise never get to know on an everyday basis and connect with them. ...

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iPad ‘buzz’ not evident

The buzz about the Apple launch of the new iPad has swarmed the nation and the VSU campus since its launch this past Saturday. Though some VSU students consider the new iPad to be entertaining, many are concerned with it being overpriced and some say it may even be unnecessary. According to Tech Shop manager Jed Brogdon, the station where ...

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Mass Effect 2, worth every minute of playtime

Mass Effect 2 is a game that will be surprising with its depth and be a joy for every moment spent playing it. The best part of Mass Effect 2 is the story, which is made personal by every choice a player has their character make. Players start off the game by creating a character, called Commander Shepard. If players ...

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Mass Effect 2 ignores the female Shepard

       Mass Effect is a role-playing space opera video game where players create their own version of a character called Commander Shepard. Players can choose from a variety of options ranging from looks, combat skills, armor, weapons, and finally gender.     As new videos, announcements of enhanced gameplay, screenshots of the default male Shepard appearing with the new beautiful graphics, ...

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Virus attacks through jump drives

VSU Internet Technology has installed a patch on all university computers to block viruses from transferring to and from jump drives. In the end of October, there were reports that a virus was being transferred through jump drives among all university computers. The virus shows up as an unusual file on the jump drive and can transfer to any computer ...

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Wireless Woes

With reports of patchy wireless service on the rise, VSU’s Information Technology group has acknowledged that there are multiple issues contributing to the problem, the most prevalent being network congestion in the afternoon and evenings. “We are working to arrange and pay for a ResNet segment dedicated for use by the residence halls and separated from the rest of the ...

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AT&T’s plan to take the 3G network nationwide

Earlier this year, AT&T announced that they would be launching a 3G mobile broadband Network in Valdosta. As of Oct. 29, 2009, there is more than 300 square miles of new 3G coverage across Valdosta.             The availability of AT&T 3G mobile broadband network in the Valdosta area is incredibly crucial to businesses, colleges and universities, and local residents. The ...

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