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Fall 2016

Hill energized ahead of ’16-’17

Written by Eboni Register, Staff Writer Jeremiah Hill is a senior basketball player at VSU who has been proudly sporting his jersey while charging into his senior year. Hill is a Savannah, Georgia, native who graduated from Richmond Hill High School where he dominated in basketball programs during his senior year of high school. At VSU, during his sophomore season, ...

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Worth the price: Campus Recreation Hosts Its Annual Haunted Trail

Written by Michaela Leung, Copy Editor & Marcus Colón, Correspondent Once again, the VSU Campus Recreation Department is hosting its Haunted Trail, located on the campus recreation challenge course behind the student recreation center. Through tomorrow, students can experience thrills and chills courtesy of recreation-center volunteers, who dress as killer clowns, scarecrows, frightening nuns and assorted other ghosts and goblins. ...

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Have a scary good time: Things to do for Halloween

Written by Shanice Barnes, Staff Writer Most of us couldn’t wait for Halloween when we were younger. Mainly because we got to dress up as our favorite characters and go trick or treating. Just because we’re adults doesn’t mean that the fun has to stop. There are plenty of fun activities that you can do by yourself or with a ...

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Visit Valdosta haunted houses–Expect a good scare from everywhere

Written by Bryce Ethridge, Staff Writer   Halloween is one of the biggest holidays of the year. People are either doing the scaring or getting out in the streets waiting for free candy. One of the main attractions around this time of year are haunted houses, of which the world we live in is not lacking. Unfortunately, Valdosta only has ...

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Five terrifying true horror movies based on real-life events

Written by Kimberly Cannon, Staff Writer Stories of paranormal phenomenon or killers on a rampage seem to be the typical plotlines for horror movies. Overdone horror movie tropes may bore audiences with flat characters and unlikeliness. However, among the plethora of gory horror movies are some films which are based on real terror-inducing stories, which can provide the reality that ...

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SGA proposes impeachment

Written by Juston Lewis, Stadd Writer A rarity occurred at the weekly SGA meeting when Senator Dillon Rountree was proposed for impeachment by Senator Aisha Johnson. SGA held its weekly public meeting on Monday night even with the absence of SGA president Maya Mapp who was in Atlanta working on the Presidential Search Committee. The meeting was conducted by SGA ...

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Registration made easy

Written by Evelyn Dunn, Staff Writer Many students are frustrated with their advisors messing up their class load, so individuals take matters into their own hands only to end up with the same results. Registration has begun and students are trying to get the perfect class schedule. But in order to sign up for classes, students must meet with advisors ...

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Blazers looking to take homecoming momentum on the road

Written by Juston Lewis, Staff Writer Homecoming turned out to be a “no mas” win, and the Blazers hope to turn “no mas” into a theme for the rest of the season. “No mas” has been a saying that the Blazers have adopted since the West Georgia game. The saying is derived from the Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Duran ...

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Mediacom out, VSU contracts with Philo

Written by Jada Dukes, Staff Writer VSU has ended its contract with Mediacom; Philo is now the only on-campus television provider for the next three years. Philo was introduced to the student body at the beginning of the 2016 spring semester. The DVR feature and unlimited online access provided by Philo were among highlighted features. According to their website, Philo.com, ...

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