Valdosta State Enrollment

Jun 24th, 2014 | By

Powerpoint Presentation By: Kristin Whitman Check out  Kristin Whitman’s Powerpoint Presentation on Valdosta State enrollment here!     Whitman kristin final_project-s from Tnmills



Saving Annie

Jun 24th, 2014 | By

Written By: Veronica Dominicis Annie no longer stood; she was left damaged, crumbled and destroyed. The only way to bring her back is to build her up from nothing. She was fundamentally built for strength and tolerated many hurricanes and atypical weather that the Florida coast produced instantaneously. She unfortunately succumbed to the weather and
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Valdosta, GA: “Pit Stop City?”

Jun 11th, 2014 | By

Written By: Summer Yates With over 40 hotels and nearly 200 restaurants, Valdosta, Ga., is often considered the “pit stop city.” It attracts consumers from over 15 counties throughout South Georgia and North Florida. Located in Lowndes County, Valdosta’s main source of income derives largely from the travelers stopping by for the city’s variety of
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Tobacco Products Banned On All Campuses

Jun 10th, 2014 | By

Powerpoint Presentation By: LaMarcus Wilkerson Check out LaMarcus Wilkerson’s Powerpoint Presentation on the tobacco products ban on all campuses here! No More Smoke Breaks from Tnmills



Getting Work Experience In Your Field Before Graduation

Jun 3rd, 2014 | By

Slideshow Created By: Jordan Hill Click here to read Jordan Hill’s slideshow presentation on Getting Work Expierence In Your Field Before Graduation



Exercise physiology grows in popularity at VSU and across Georgia

Jun 3rd, 2014 | By

Written By: Sarah Turner The number of students enrolled as exercise physiology majors at Valdosta State University has nearly tripled since 2007 making it the university’s sixth most common major. The growth in popularity of exercise physiology is similar at other universities throughout the state. Among the schools in the state that offer a bachelor’s
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E.T. unearthed in New Mexico desert

May 1st, 2014 | By

Written by: Joseph Albahari In 1987, an urban legend was born.   It was reported that 14 trucks of Atari products were taken from a factory in El Paso, Texas to a landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico.  The legend revolved around the failure of one particular game: “ET: The Extraterrestrial.”  Zak Penn, writer of “The Avengers,”
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Box office turns up the heat with summer sizzlers

May 1st, 2014 | By

Written by: Chris Kessler For movie studios, summer is the biggest time of the year. Blockbusters filled with superheroes, sequels and superstar A-list actors will fill theaters for the next four months. To help you decide what you want see or skip, here are some of the biggest films of the summer. It shouldn’t come
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Not your average suit and tie: new provost adds flair to academic affairs

Apr 24th, 2014 | By
Dr. Hudson Rogers

Written by: John Stephen VSU has finally found a permanent provost—a well-traveled Trinidad and Tobago native who jams to vinyl records, has a passion for helping students succeed and yes, even takes long walks on the beach with his wife. Dr. Hudson Rogers, father of two and grandfather of one, currently lives in Fort Meyers,
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Internet lives on after heartbleed

Apr 24th, 2014 | By

Written by: Joseph Albahari Are your passwords safe? That depends on when you last changed them. On April 7, it was made public that the security of the Internet was compromised by the Heartbleed bug. Heartbleed, or CVE-2014-0160 as it is technically named, is an OpenSSL security bug that has affected about 17 percent of
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