People Poll: How do you feel about the new Spring Break changes for spring 2021?
Ranson Trueman, a junior secondary education and history major “I can understand why they are planning to spread out days instead of a whole week, but a lot of us take that time to go home and see our families and get a mental break from school. It gives us a chance to breathe and relieve a ton of stress ...Read More »
People Poll: How do you feel about fall 2020 commencement now being in person?
Austin Blanton, senior communication major “People deserve it (graduation), and I know people are able to come back and walk as well so I think that’s pretty cool. We’re on campus full-time, so I think what’s the point of us not having a graduation. Hopefully, in the spring, it (face to face graduation) will carry on, and I’ll be ...Read More »
People Poll: Are you registered to vote?
The 2020 presidential election is quickly approaching. In November many students will vote for the first time. Kayla Ellis, sophomore biology major “Yes! I voted in this past election. I’m eighteen. Obviously not the presidential election, but the election for the nominees. I voted because I want to have a voice and I want to participate in voting for people ...Read More »
People Poll: Do you think VSU should have started the semester face-to-face?
Ian Penix, junior biology major “No, because of the way that the U.S.A. is handling the pandemic and the spike in coronavirus cases, it seems like a bad idea for college students, of all people, to come back to campus where social activities are still going to occur.” Carter Gilbert, senior environmental geosciences major “No, they also should’ve given ...Read More »
People Poll: What are your concerns about the fall semester at VSU?
VSU released plans on July 2 explaining what will go in-effect to make sure everyone on campus stays safe. Students however, still have concerns with aspects of the plan. Andria Mattox, freshman biology major “What concerns me most is how dependent this is on every student’s cooperation. Eighty-nine percent of Americans wear a mask. With the rising number of cases ...Read More »
People poll: How has your transition to online classes been?
Due to COVID-19, all universities have shut down and switched to online learning. Everyone has a preferred way of learning whether that may be physically going to class and seeing your professor or tuning in on Zoom for your lecture. With students having to transition to online, everyone might not be settling in as well as the others. Here are ...Read More »
People Poll: What are the best bars/clubs in or near Remerton?
Since Valdosta is a thriving college town, there are plenty of clubs, bars and lounges. Most students finds themselves drawn to the Remerton area due to the night life. Trying to figure out the best bars to visit? We have you covered. These are some of the bars students likes to go to in Remerton. “I prefer Flops or The ...Read More »
People poll: What hot spots/stores need to come to Valdosta?
“I think we need a technology hub that students and young adults in the area can go to. It needs fast Wi-fi and multiple charging ports. Like the game area in the Student Union, but more accessible to Valdosta and open to the public. Having a centralized place would be beneficial to everyone in the community.” “I would like to ...Read More »
People poll: What was your sweetest Valentine’s Day ever?
“A guy got me a giant card that was just really heartfelt, and I got some flowers.” “When I was back in high school, either my junior or senior year, my friend and I had gotten together about a month beforehand. We spent a really wonderful Valentine’s day together. We had dinner, a movie, and we had a nice walk ...Read More »