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iPad 4G now available in tech shop

 The iPad 4G reached the shelves of the Tech Shop last Friday boasting improved features, the option for more gigabytes and a $499 sticker price. � According to Casey Stokes, a sales associate at VSU’s Tech Shop, the iPad 4G differs from the iPad 2 in three major ways including the new retina display with its higher quality screen resolution, ...

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CAB sponsors paintless paintball

The Late Night Committee for CAB teamed up with Legacy Entertainment Group, bringing in a crowd of 120 students with its first Paintless Paintball Blitzball event Tuesday night. The event ran from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the Student Union Ballrooms A and B. There was one basic rule of the game: you get hit, you’re out.

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Siblings’ business promotes local music

Based in Alpharetta, Ga., Helicon Trio Promotions is a family-owned business geared to promote musicians statewide. Helicon Trio Promotions began in late-2011 as a joint-effort between siblings Amanda, Aaron and Adam Bissonnette.

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Religion drives wedge between confused voters

Religion drives wedge between confused voters

Do you know what scares me about the current GOP primary? Let me broaden that question: Do you know what scares me about the state of politics today? It’s how religion has hijacked the conversations surrounding politics. On the marquee at the Presbyterian Student Center on the VSU campus, it states: “All that is needed for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”

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Derby dames are dangerous

Picture the women you see every day—teachers, single moms, nurses -skating around a rink at full speed, determined to knock each other out of the way.

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Necessary roughness

The VSU men’s club lacrosse team picked up one of the most unlikely players this season and he wants to quickly make an impact on a team searching for their first ever win.

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