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Kickin’ it Old School a hit

Laughs and cheers were heard in Powell Hall as the Campus Activities Board sponsored a talent show with an 80’s and 90’s theme at 8 p.m. yesterday. This event was one of many events that CAB Comedy has hosted this year. “Kickin’ it Old School” was the main theme for this event, which was basically a talent show based “off ...

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Flasher in fine arts

A handful of VSU students got a bit of a shock last Monday night. According to a VSU police incident report, some students were working late on the ceramics patio when some noticed someone hiding on the patio of the painting studio. The incident report says, “Victim stated she saw a male drop his pants and expose himself to her ...

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VSU’s fine line

Over a week has passed since VSU quarterback Kellen Lewis was arrested for one count of misdemeanor battery. Charges are still pending. The Indiana transfer returned to practice last Thursday, just two days after the arrest, and made the start at Harding. Our question: should Lewis have played? The answer will depend on who you ask. Some will say he’s ...

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Lewis faced with off-field trouble

Valdosta— A week following his second straight 300-yard passing and 100-yard rushing performance, Valdosta State University quarterback Kellen Lewis is now facing off the field troubles as he (Lewis) was arrested on Tuesday afternoon according to the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office. Lewis was arrested by the City of Valdosta Police Department on Tuesday afternoon and was charged with 1 count ...

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Pave it or pay it

On Oct. 8, the Valdosta City Council made changes to the Stopping, Standing, and Parking Ordinance (2009-43) at the City Council Meeting. The ordinance now more clearly defines illegal parking and better explains the material that can be used for driveways and limitations on parking in front yards, according to the Valdosta City Website. Before the ordinance was changed, each ...

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Student Union to name rooms

 VSU’s Foundation Inc. is allowing individuals, alumni,  and corporate donors to name rooms within the new Student Union,  scheduled to open in January 2010.  There are 13 rooms within the Student Union that will be reserved for naming, including the ballroom, theatre, atrium and various meeting rooms.  Naming of rooms begins at $250,000 and are payable up to five years. ...

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SGA elects four new senators

  SGA elected four new senators at this week’s meeting, further discussed the revision of the constitution and also allocated $200 toward a Relay for Life event.    Relay for Life members were the first to speak in Monday’s meeting.  In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the Relay for Life organization will be holding several events in the upcoming ...

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Career Services hosts Fall Expo

 VSU’s Career Services hosted its Fall Career Expo Wednesday in the University Center’s Magnolia room, with a variety of organizations and graduate schools attended looking for prospective students and alumni.  According to Winifred Collins, Director of Career Services, approximately 200 students and alumni attended the event.  AVON, Frito Lay, GEICO, Hertz, Lowe’s, Sherwin-Williams, South Georgia Medical, Turner Furniture, Wells Fargo ...

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‘Zombieland’ tops the box office on opening weekend

Rachel Wayne Copy Editor vrwayne@valdosta.edu  Valdosta got a red carpet event for the opening of the zombie comedy movie “Zombieland,” which opened last Friday to the No. 1 spot and enjoyed a $24.7 million opening weekend. Thursday night, hundreds of people showed up at Valdosta Stadium Cinemas for festivities leading up to the midnight showing. As the movie was partly ...

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SHC offering flu vaccine now

Lisa Thurmond Staff Writer elthurmond@valdosta.edu  The Student Health Center now has the seasonal flu vaccine available to all students for $10. Students must call Farber to make a five minute appointment to receive the flu vaccination. Students may pay for the flu vaccine with cash, check or their Flex account.  According to the American Lung Association, “every year, an estimated ...

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