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VSU Alert: Shots fired early Sunday morning

Editor’s Note: This story will update whenever more information is made available. Early Sunday morning, a VSU alert was sent out stating that gun shots were fired in the 1400 block of Sustella. According to the alert, three people were seen in a silver Accura headed towards a university parking lot. Text and email alerts were sent out around 2 a.m. ...

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Democratic Debate filled with political rock stars

Written by Jamel Shorter, Staff Writer In the world of the Democratic National Party, there are a few rock stars that people are willing to give their last dime to in the hopes of pulling out a win, and on the other hand there are some they wouldn’t look twice at. The party candidates are Former Secretary of State Hillary ...

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Soccer takes a loss before last home game of the season

Written by Julia Rodriguez, Staff Writer VSU’s Women’s Soccer suffered a loss against West Florida with a score of 0-3  at home on Wednesday. The Lady Blazers overall record changed to (4-10-2) as a result of the Gulf South Conference loss. The West Florida Argonauts are one of VSU’s biggest rivals and it was expected to be a tough match. ...

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Horoscope: Daily Forecast 11/1/15

Today’s Birthday (11/01/15). Friends bring good fortune this year. Expand your networks. Disciplined efforts reap a fat harvest. Maintain momentum. Eclipses next March spark romantic new beginnings (as well as endings). Next September’s eclipses illuminate new friendships and family transitions. Share compassion. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging. Scorpio ...

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Campus Diet: Does VSU do enough to cater to different groups of people?

Written by Tresia Bowles, Staff Writer There is more pressure now than ever to live healthy lifestyle in America. The obesity rates in America are at an all-time high and Georgia in particular is number 20 on that list. Everyone from Beyonce to Michelle Obama has advocated for healthy living and exercise. But as a college student, it’s very hard to ...

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Just in time for Halloween: Top Underrated Modern Horror Flicks

Written by Kayla Stroud, Web Editor 28 Days Later/28 Weeks Later A contagious outbreak makes its way across London turning unsuspecting citizens into rabid, blood thirsty monsters. Creator…went outside the prototypical slow movie zombie archetype and turned his creations in a human-esque version of a dog with rabies. These films also feature what happens to be my favorite movie score ...

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Horoscope: Daily Forecast 10/31/15

Today’s Birthday (10/31/15). Friends are your golden key this year. They unlock seemingly-impossible levels. Join forces for good. Maintain momentum and cash flows naturally. Fall in love newly this springtime, revealing unimagined directions. Nurture and be nurtured by dear people. After autumn, a collaboration shifts your creative focus. Express love. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is ...

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Volleyball looks to carry on streak

Written by Kyle Dawson, Circulation Manager The Valdosta State volleyball team is riding a three game winning streak into the weekend where they will face Lee University on Friday and Shorter University on Saturday, in Valdosta. Lee University is also coming off of a three game win streak as they prepare to face the Blazers, but VSU head coach Mike Swan ...

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Costume Responsibly; Keep cultural appropriation out of Halloween

Written by Mayah Cantave, Asst. Opinions Editor Halloween in the recent years have taken on a life of its own. Apparently there cannot be Halloween without the racist, stereotypical costumes.  There seems to be no regard for race, stereotypes, and professionalism when it comes to Halloween. One of the biggest problems with Halloween costumes in this day and age is the ...

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Anti-Muslim protest and counter protest held downtown

Written by Kenzie Kesselring, Opinions Editor On Saturday, Oct. 25, there was an anti-Muslim protest in downtown Valdosta. The protest was organized by Joey Williams in response to the Syrian refugee crisis, according to the Valdosta Daily Times. The protest began at 11 a.m. and lasted about an hour and a half, and there were around 30 people in attendance. “I ...

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