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2012-09-06

Blazers crush Fort Valley 62-14

Valdosta State quarterback Graham Craig tallied 314 passing yards and six total touchdowns in the 62-14 rout over Fort Valley State Saturday night at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium. Craig, who started replacing the injured Cayden Cochran, led the Blazers to their first win of the season. It also was the first time a Blazer quarterback has thrown five touchdowns in a game ...

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Love, Loss, and What I Wore: A Preview

 “Love, Loss and What I Wore,” directed by Duke Guthrie, will be performed for the remainder of the week in the Lab Theatre on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building.             Written by Nora and Delia Ephron, the show consists of monologues covering topics from women’s relationships to wardrobes.             “I selected the play based on my search ...

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Resumé help offered again

Career Services cannot offer you a job, but it is here to help you get one. The office teaches students and alumni how to market themselves to potential employers.   Due to popularity and success, Career Services has decided once again to host resume walk-ins. This service aids students through the challenging process of developing a resume. The resume acts ...

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4G LTE comes to Valdosta area

 As the city of Valdosta grows, so does the amount of technology available to its residents. Verizon Wireless introduced 4G LTE to Valdosta and the surrounding areas on August 16. “For Valdosta State students and the Valdosta community, Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE allows them to surf the Web, stream music and video, quickly access over-the-air applications, and stay in touch ...

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Valdosta Wake Compound grand opening

Those who are looking for something exciting and new around Valdosta will soon be able to go to the Valdosta Wake Compound, a cable wakeboard course and one of Valdosta’s newest attractions.             The grand opening of the Valdosta grown business is Saturday. The attraction, which opened in late July, has a variety of activities for water-lovers, including wakeboarding, skateboarding and ...

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PopAddict: Eastwood becomes a verb

Hello World– Anthony here, wrapping up all of the top stories in pop culture that had us buzzing, scratching our heads and yelling at our phones, TVs and computers. Kicking things off this week, everyone’s favorite grouchy old neighbor and American icon, Clint Eastwood, made a surprise appearance at the Republican National Convention. Being a staple of American history and ...

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Campus Recreation teaches VSU how to dougie

Dance Craze, an event designed to teach students popular dances, is one of VSU’s newest events. The first session will be Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. in the group fitness room of the Student Recreational Center. The event is geared toward contemporary rap, hip hop and R&B moves that are sweeping the nation including ‘the Wobble” and dance movements from ...

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SpecTech: Apple readies new device

This week has some new devices announced. Valve is in the hardware business and Apple confirmed rumors! To start off, the launch date and price of the Nintendo Wii U may have been leaked! The next-gen console is rumored to launch Nov. 11 with three different bundles. These bundles had no other details other than the prices of $249, $299 ...

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GOP: A confused party

It is clear that the Republican Party of today is not the same party it was when it was under the leadership of Abraham Lincoln. As a party that prides itself on its involvement in the abolitionist movement as well as the women’s suffrage movement, the Republicans have since lost the values upon which they were founded and claim to ...

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Americans suffer from amnesia

When I watch elected officials and political pundits from across the nation comment on issues facing Americans today, I become convinced that we, as Americans, have selective amnesia. From national issues such as immigration or welfare reform, to state issues like the HOPE Scholarship and education reform, I witness people take a position and more often than not refuse to ...

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