What do you think of the possibility of the night shuttle being shut down?

Apr 17th, 2014 | By

Michaela Washington junior pre- athletic training major “It’s a big safety hazard. Crime is a problem here, and if you shut the buses down you have people walking back and forth. It’s definitely not a good idea.”   Khiry Veney junior theatre major “You never know what could happen. It’s a safer choice to have
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People Poll

Mar 27th, 2014 | By

Do you think there is enough diversity in the faculty? If not, how could it be improved?   Casie Wright junior early childhood education major “I’m in my major courses so most of my teachers are older white women.”   Sidney Sowerbrower sophomore accounting major “I feel like the core classes are more diverse, like
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People Poll

Mar 13th, 2014 | By

What are your plans for Spring Break? Becky Lenz senior environmental geosciences major “For spring beak, I’m going on a camping trip.”   Kyle Greening sophmore marketing  major “I’m going to Savannah for St. Patrick’s Day.”   Warren Youmans junior environmental geosciences major “I’m going to Texas for spring break to look at rocks.” Kirsty
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Do you think a $100 fine is acceptable for guns on campus?

Feb 20th, 2014 | By

Chelsea King senior psychology major “I do agree that it is acceptable for someone to be charged $100 fine because anybody could get upset at anything and then they can just pull the trigger if they feel like they’re ready to. It’s a big danger to have a gun on campus and I do not
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Do you think the VSU confessions page is harmful or beneficial?

Jan 23rd, 2014 | By

Murphy Williams freshman mass media major “The page is definetly harmful. Putting your information out on the internet is never a good thig.”   Will Dekle junior exercise physiology major “I think it’s harmful in the fact that it’s bad stuff but it’s very fun to laugh at. “



People Poll: Do you think BlazeVIEW D2L should be changed, remain the same or go back to the ‘old’ BlazeVIEW? Why?

Nov 13th, 2013 | By

Nick Sanford sophomore computer science major “I’ve had a few problems with it personally, but for the most part it works pretty well. If they do make a couple minor changes to it or tweaks to it for next semester that could only be for the better.”   Check out the Video People Poll online
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People Poll: Do you think it’s unfair for certain groups of students to get priority registration for classes?

Oct 31st, 2013 | By

Cierra Johnson freshman marketing major “No, I don’t think they should be able to register early…We all have the same rights…No one is special.”   Matthew Bell junior history major “No, I don’t think it is fair. We are all students at the university. We all have the same rights.”   Want more opinions? Check out the
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Do you think your degree will get you a good job or a load of debt?

Oct 24th, 2013 | By

Leiyan Smiley junior chemistry major “I believe my job will not end me a load of debt but a promising career.”   Shane McGuire freshman criminal justice major “As of right now I’ve got a lot of student loans I’m trying to pay off.”   Want more opinions? Check out the Video People Poll online at:
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Are on campus venues, such as the Sustella market, too expensive?

Oct 17th, 2013 | By

Tameira Turner freshman nursing major “I don’t think that the Langdale and Sustella markets are too expensive.”   Shane Martin senior psychology major “It seems like the markup in all campus stores are a little extravagant.”   Want more opinions? Check out the Video People Poll online at: youtube.com/ValdostaSpectator



Given the recent shootings in D.C.: Is Washington the most likely place for terrorism?

Oct 10th, 2013 | By

Alexa Todd junior art major “I don’t think that it’s a hotspot now than it ever has been since it’s the capital.” Sayma Hossin junior art major “Well in a way yes, because recently in the news there have been gun shots fired and no one would ever dare to do that.” Want more opinions?
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