Yoga poses may improve quality of sleep for students

Oct 16th, 2014 | By

Written By: Hailey Nelson During midterms we can’t help but feel pressured and stressed out with all the tests and lists of things we have to do. Developing the habit of doing certain relaxation poses before bed can help with better sleep and establish a clear mindset. Yoga allows us to bring our attention to our
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VSU Student experiments with mixed genres, gets signed to label

Oct 16th, 2014 | By

Written By: Cole Edwards Junior mass media major Taylor Ashworth is one half of $unday $ervice, an EDM duo who plan to release their first EP titled “The Beat Don’t Stop” in the coming month. The album is filled with trap and dubstep music. “Overall, I make EDM music, which naturally has a lot of
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Volunteers make strides for charity track meet

Oct 16th, 2014 | By

Written By: Marquez Slaughter The Sigma Iota chapter of Alpha Phi Omega partnered with the Delta Phi chapter of Iota Phi Theta to start Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a charity track meet at Valdosta Middle School Sunday. The charity track meet held events such as the 100, 200, 400, 4×1, 4×4, men’s and women’s sprint
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VSU welcomes Kel Mitchell last weekend

Oct 13th, 2014 | By

This story was written by Adrienne Fry. Acting, faith, family and orange soda—VSU students got a blast from the past Friday night when ‘90s Nickelodeon actor Kel Mitchell took the stage for a Q-and-A.  SGA, the African American Studies Department and the Office of Social Equity teamed up to sponsor this informative Q-and-A-style lecture featuring
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Professors personalize house calls to students

Oct 9th, 2014 | By

By:Kristin Whitman VSU Residence Life changed up the traditional meaning of a commonly known phrase with its “House Calls” program Sept. 29 and 30.   If you’re familiar with the term “house call,” you know it involves a doctor coming to check up on you if you’re sick. However, for this “House Calls” program, VSU
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Conventional wallets may be obsolete

Oct 9th, 2014 | By

By: Marquez Slaughter Apple Inc. will release a feature for iPhone 6 carriers this month that will save pocket space and provide financial security. “Gone are the days of searching for your wallet,” Apple.com said on its website advertising the Apple Pay, a new feature that will allow iPhone 6 users to pay directly from
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Hard Truths about Dating in College

Oct 9th, 2014 | By

By:Maya Cantave Dating in general is never easy, but maintaining a successful relationship in college is almost a myth because our generation has embraced the hookup-culture.   A hook-up can anything from kissing to sex. Some people try to find love this way but are unsuccessful.   Here is some advice you may have never
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VSU student independently publishes own poetry book

Oct 2nd, 2014 | By

Written By:Lia Armistead VSU junior Maya Newsome has successfully made one of her dreams come true: in June, she self-published her first book of poems, “Things I Wrote by the Window.” All written within the past two years, the 25 poems found in “Things I Wrote by the Window” encompass love, self, faith, the world
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Lara Croft “raids”memory bank

Oct 2nd, 2014 | By

Writtn By: Jordan Barela In 1996, a gaming icon was born. “Tomb Raider” was one of the first titles for the Playstation to be released to the gaming masses. With her trademark dual pistols and ponytail, Lara Croft raided both the gaming world and my parents’ wallets. I have been a fan of the Tomb
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Yoga for better sleep

Oct 2nd, 2014 | By

Written By: Hailey Nelson During midterm, we can’t help but feel pressured and stressed out with all the tests and lists of things we have to do. Developing the habit of doing certain relaxation poses before bed can help with better sleep and establish a clear mindset. Yoga allows us to bring attention to our
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