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Review: haunted trail worth the money

Campus Recreation’s haunted trail has come to terrorize VSU once again. This annual attraction is run by VSU students and other campus rec employees who volunteer their time to give members of the community a good scare for cheap. Tickets are only $8, with four themed nights when tickets are marked down to $5. The Spectator was invited to the ...

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Comic Corner: Dark Days come for us all eventually . . . right?

What would it take for you to snap? Would you lose it over the loss of someone important? What about losing your job or being bullied? Everyone is capable of snapping from a bad day. Right now, DC Comics is trying to show readers that in their most recent event, Metal. “All it takes is one bad day to reduce ...

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Review: Twitter character limit change

Twitter is trying out a new character limit that has been the topic of discussion since late September. With only certain Twitter users able to use more characters, it has received mixed reviews. Junior Nique Jones feels the new update is a bit excessive. “For me, Twitter is supposed to be short, sweet and to the point,” Jones said. “I ...

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Pop Addict: Nene Leakes, Kodak Black and Terry Crews

Hello, all my guys, girls, and pop addicts on the VSU campus. This week I’m serving up Oolong tea, so let’s get into it. Coach Inc. the iconic and trendy luxury handbag and accessories company is changing its name to Tapestry. The name change is happening because of industry competition to create a new inclusive luxury fashion house, to rival ...

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Greeks kick off ‘Pham Week’ with 1906 and Park

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorrority, Inc. teamed up to host 1906 and Park. The show was a spin-off of the widely popular program, 106 and Park, that was produced by BET for more than a decade. The adapted program featured VSU students showcasing talents and brands, while providing an enticing environment directed by the emcee’s. ...

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Review: iPhone X & iPhone 8 worth the price

On Sept. 12, Apple debuted their two new iPhones, the iPhone 8/8+ and iPhone X. The iPhone 8 is an adaptation to the numerical iPhone series (5, 5s, 6, 6s, 7, etc.). The iPhone X is Apple’s top of the line model, separate from the numerical series. The iPhone 8/8+ comes in three colors, silver, gold and space gray. There ...

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Pop Addict: Cardi B, Kylie Jenner and ‘Will & Grace’

Hello to all the guys, girls and pop addicts on the VSU campus. This week I’m serving hot chamomile tea. Let’s get in to it. Kylie Jenner is pregnant. Well, maybe. Reportedly, Travis Scott, the singer/songwriter is the soon-to-be father. Most of the general public has mixed feelings about the news. Personally, I think it was a planned accident. This ...

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Student Spotlight: Lang Amaru

Stefan Roberts knew music was going to be a part of his life as early as 13 years old. With self-determination and strong support from his family and community, pursuing an education and his passion in music are two aspirations within his reach.  Stefan, or Lang Amaru, is a 20 year old hip-hop artist from Monticello, Fl.   “Lang is an acronym for Love Ain’t No Good, which I developed when ...

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Review: Madden 18 best football game yet?

The latest installment for sports gaming has touched down in stores and later, consoles everywhere. As of August 25th, EA Sports released Madden NFL 18. This new game is comprised of many groundbreaking features, with the most notable being it’s new Frostbite engine.   The engine intensifies the visuals and gives the user the feel of on-field play. From new voice audibles to impactful bone-crushing effects, EA Sports has shown the gaming community ...

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Pop Addict: Emmys, Swift, Selena G. and Janet J.

  Hello to all of my guys, girls and pop addicts on the VSU campus. This week I’m serving up some Jasmine tea, so let’s get into it.   First in the teacup this week is Puma. It was a lovely Monday; the birds were chirping, and I was dressed fabulously. When I was in class, receiving the good education ...

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