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Top casual games for college students

With finals week coming up, students are looking for ways to relax. Here are the best cozy and casual games for college students to de-stress with! Included are prices, platforms the game is available on, and genre!   1. Stardew Valley   Price: $14.99  Platforms: Computer, Switch, Xbox, PlayStation, Mobile   Genre: Farming, Simulation   Stardew Valley is the top ...

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Production continues on “Young Royals” season two

In the wake of Netflix releasing the trailer for their upcoming show “Heartstopper,” fans of another popular show are awaiting an announcement of their own. On Feb. 25, Netflix Nordic, one of the streaming service’s international affiliations, announced on social media that production had begun for the second season of “Young Royals.” The show tells the story of Prince Wilhelm ...

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Aniston Gano’s leads Lady Blazers through passion and team chemistry

Aniston Gano has been a key to the VSU softball team’s success this season and has made it clear she is the player to watch. The Lady Blazers are currently 27-5 and 19-1 in Gulf South Conference play with the team being on a six-game winning streak. Gano, a sophomore from Lakeland, Georgia, is second on the team in batting ...

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Doja calls it quits

During the Asunción festival, singer and entertainer Doja Cat has announced on twitter that she is stepping back from the music industry. Following the Paraguay performance in the aftermath of a massive storm, Doja Cat took to the online social media platform to air her grievances to the public. Given that the storm flooded the festival grounds, this isn’t exactly ...

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New music to add to your summer playlist

With Summer right around the corner, everyone wants to know the music coming out and the music already out and ready to add to their summer playlist. Miley Cyrus’s new album “Attention” came out April 1. It features everything Miley Cyrus from her iconic old songs like “7 Things” and “The Climb.” As well as her newer era like “Bangerz” ...

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Grammys 2022: Snubs vs Dubs

The 64th annual Grammy Awards were hosted on April 3,which came with controversies of who won what award and who deserved to win but fell short. While some wins were well-deserved and predictable, others blindsided the audience with glee or disappointment. Some of the best albums and songs this year earned their spot as winners. They were adored, so much ...

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Nineteenth Amendment a focus at Odum book discussion

The reflection on Woman’s Suffrage continues in a discussion on the book, “Women Making History: The 19th Amendment,” which is an in-depth look at other factors and perspectives of when the Nineteenth Amendment was passed.  This is considered a handbook by the Official National Park Service that includes multiple visuals and essay contributions that make it easy to understand for ...

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Blazer week stormed through campus last week

Blazer Week Kickoff started their events on Monday, and from 5-8 p.m., CAB held festivities on the front lawn that included axe throwing, food trucks and games. Because of the storm that blew through Valdosta last week, Tuesday’s Amazing Race event was cancelled. Wednesday’s Screen on the Green was also cancelled, which was scheduled to air “Spiderman: No Way Home” ...

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