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Housing enforces new id cards for students

Starting this fall semester, all main campus residence halls have implemented a color coded ID system suggested by a former RA. The new system has made the monitoring of people entering and leaving residence halls more efficient. Before the new system, a card swipe and a front desk worker acted as the only points of security when people entered the ...

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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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Blazeview experiences outages

­­Since the begining of the semester students and faculty have been dealing with BlazeView outtages. VSU faculty and students experienced problems trying to access the VSU web page due to the heavy amount of traffic the site was receiving. Even more students stated that they were unable to access their e-mail accounts on Windows Live last Wednesday around 3 p.m. ...

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VSU gets new innovative printers

Next week, if all goes according to plan, all Ricoh printers will be replaced by Xerox printers for students to use and will be located in all the computer labs with one in Centennial Hall. “The new system will allow students to print from any computer and from their own computers if they are logged into the VSU network,” Joe ...

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VPD targets jaywalkers on campus

Students who disobey traffic laws on campus may have more to contend with than VSUPD. Officers from the Valdosta Police Department were on campus Aug. 18 giving $112 tickets to jaywalking pedestrians and motorists not yielding to pedestrians in the crosswalks.Ten to 15 tickets were issued to students. Valdosta Police Chief Frank Simons stated that trying to protect students has ...

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What’s new at VSU?

Valdosta State University has recently obtained a few new dining services on campus that provide students with a better assortment of food. Recently, the food service company Chartwells has taken over a contract with the university to cater to the dining halls of Palms and Hopper. Amongst these new additions on campus, the school has also replaced the popular Quiznos ...

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Korea TaLK Program

A lot of different programs have made their way to the campus of VSU within the last year, including special interest groups that explore and enhance the talents of certain individuals. One of the newest programs to VSU is an international program known as TaLK (Teach and Learn in Korea). TaLK is a Korean Government Scholarship program in which English-speaking ...

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No access for VSU

Monday August 15, around 10 a.m. VSU faculty and students experienced problems trying to access the VSU web page due to the heavy amount of traffic the site was receiving. The VSU homepage was unavailable to both faculty and students because of the inefficient code comprising the main page. The Information Technology department already had a solution in place to ...

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Reade RA’s put on Triwizard Tournament to promote camaraderie

“So teach us things worth knowing, bring back what we’ve forgot; Just do your best, we’ll do the rest, and learn until our brains all rot!” – J.K. Rowling So states the school song of the fictional Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, featured in J.K. Rowling’s popular Harry Potter series. The quote takes on new meaning this year for ...

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New Organizations on Campus

Part of being in college is the social experience—learning new things and connecting with fellow peers who share the same interests. Student Life, the office focused on the needs of the students from social to recreational, oversees campus activities and has a long list of student organizations eager for new members. In fact, four new organizations have joined VSU as ...

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