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Protestors on hand for visit

Students protested several issues outside the University Center during Gov. Nathan Deal and Chancellor Hank Huckaby’s visit on Sept. 16 at 11:30 a.m. The protest had several different purposes: the diversity of the presidential search committee; the execution of Troy Davis; the appointment of Philip Kent, Phil Kent Consulting Inc., president, author and political and media commenter, to the Immigration ...

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Committees start president search

The Presidential Search and Screen Committee, the Special Regents’ Search Committee and Myers-McRae Executive Search and Consulting firm are now on the pursuit for VSU’s next president, after holding their first meeting on Sept. 8 at 1 p.m., in the University Center’s Executive Dining Room. According to Robert Watts, an Office of the Chancellor official, the goal of the committees ...

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VSU rents used textbooks

Starting this fall semester, the VSU bookstore will offer a textbook rental program, giving students the option to rent instead of buy certain textbooks. Bethanie Brogdon, the director of University Stores, says that the announcement was made at the beginning of the school term. Like popular textbook rental sites, the Textbook Rental Program is designed to save students money. However, ...

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VSU nursing professor died Sept. 1

Nursing professor, Dr. Susan Wold passed away on Sept. 1. Wold was a dedicated instructor at VSU, having worked 13 years as a faculty member at the College of Nursing. Wold had devoted 42 years of her life in the pursuit of public health, working 42 years as a nurse and 35 years as an educator, according to the Valdosta ...

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Committee starts presidential search

A 12 member committee comprised of VSU administration, faculty, and officials have begun a national search to replace former VSU President Patrick Schloss, who stepped down in late June.

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Schloss resigns

After three years at Valdosta State University, President Patrick J. Schloss announced to students, staff and faculty his departure from VSU to a University System of Georgia Executive position Monday afternoon.

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Tuition, fees increase across Ga.

The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents approved a three percent tuition increase and a special fees increase for fall 2011. Increasing tuition by just three percent and increasing fees across the state was a victory for the Board of Regents, who anticipated the tuition increase to be much higher because the giant cut the USG was given from ...

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New campus media executive officers announced

The Campus Communications Board has made its selections for VSU’s fall 2011 Student Media executive officer positions.   The positions include station manager for Blaze FM and chief editorial positions for the Spectator and the Odradek. Bolstered by his previous experience at the campus radio station and the support of his staff, Daniel Oakes was selected to return to his post ...

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SGA discusses parking meters on campus

 Controversy arose late Monday night when the idea that parking meters could be installed around VSU’s campus came up at the Student Government Association’s weekly meeting.  The Parking and Transportation Department discussed the issue at a recent meeting.  The department would temporarily implement parking meters at parking spots around campus to create more revenue.  Some SGA senators feel that this ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

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