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2012-09-13

Cloroks brings fun to the local rap scene

Meet Cloroks, Your Pale Homie. Cloroks is your everyday, not-so-average, cartoon gangster rap villain...That’s right, he’s a cartoon character. Maybe not literally, but when Cloroks takes the stage, he delves into his imagination to pull out this crazy, animated persona reminiscent of a kooky cartoon character.

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From condoms to roses: Golden Key members encourage safe sex

From left: Vontessa Kendall, senior middle grades education major; Terri Harris, junior communication sciences and disorders major; and Molly Seal, Health center graduate assistant work to create condom roses in a effort to encourage safe sex. Photo by Jennifer Gleason, The Spectator.

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South Georgia Pride brings awareness to Valdosta

Raynae Williams and South Georgia Pride will host the third annual South Georgia Pride Festival featuring a bevy of speakers, bands and other entertainers Saturday at John W. Saunders Park from noon until 7 p.m.  According to their website, the organization strives to create a safe and accepting environment for those who live an alternative lifestyle through education and awareness. ...

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CORE encourages students to enjoy the outdoors

“It’s sick-nasty,” Sean Wilkinson, CORE graduate assistant said. “You and three of your closest friends in a canoe, armed with buckets. You go around dumping gallons of water into the opposing person’s boat, sinking them, having them float up from the bottom.” Wilkinson is obviously a fan of canoe battleship, one of CORE’s signature events. Wilkinson’s enthusiasm for all things ...

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iPhone 5 unveils with new features

This week Apple announced the next iPhone, Amazon has found a new Fire, and I look into the beta of the new Xbox Dashboard. Big news! The new iPhone was announced by Apple yesterday.  The iPhone 5 has all the features I’ve talked about for the last few weeks, except NFC.  The new phone has a 4-inch screen with a ...

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‘Lawless’ falls fhort of exceptional

Lawless, a movie based on Matt Bondurant novel, “The Wettest County in the World,” is simple but seems over the top at times. The movie’s cast brings to life the story the, “Bondurant Brothers,” moonshiners who smuggle alcohol during the Prohibition era in Franklin, Virginia. Tom Hardy, who also plays Bane in the Dark Knight Rises, proves again that he ...

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CAB brings Bongo Ball to VSU union

Bongo Ball, one of VSU’s newest events, will take place Sept., 18 on the 3rd floor of the Student Union from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. The event, sponsored by Campus Activity Board, is a combination of laser tag and paintball. This will be the first event coordinated by new CAB member, Shaheen Gilani. “It gives you tag without lasers ...

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MTV present drama free VMAS

Hello World–Anthony here to wrap up everything that had us all talking this week in pop culture. MTV took their annual break from showing mind-numbing reality TV and attempted to remind everyone that it is still a music network. The Video Music Awards kicked off last Thursday with comedian host Kevin Hart. The pint sized funny man brought big laughs ...

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Consider all the options: The ex or the next

Dear Love Doves, Hi, I’m torn between leaving my ex and moving on. There’s this guy that I’m interested in, but i still have feelings for my ex. I’m afraid that he’s not ready for commitment. My ex seems to have a change of heart in how much he wants a relationship with me. He just recently told me that ...

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RNC employs scare tactics

It’s official: Don’t ask, don’t tell repeal had exactly zero impact on the military. Nada. Nil. Nothing. A study released by the Palm Center on Monday showed that the military has suffered no damage because of the repeal of “Don’t ask, don’t tell.” The academic study from a research branch of the Williams Institute at University of California Los Angeles ...

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