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Greeks put on step show for charity

Greek Week came to a close with the College Pan-Hellenic Council’s (CPC) annual step show Tuesday night, which donated all proceeds to the Partnership Cancer Fund. Each sorority presented a fun theme to their performances. From Kappa Delta’s “Insane Asylum” to Phi Mu’s “Ballin Out” theme, the audience enjoyed the show and some were even surprised at the sororities’ step ...

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SGA Candidates: Get real

Freedom of speech is one of the most precious rights that citizens in America own, but sometimes it goes too far. When misleading statements become the foundation for popularity and election, the right of freedom of speech becomes abused as politicians show up.

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Softball wins five in Crossover

This season, Coach Thomas Macera has said the team needs to play more games in order to get in more of a rhythm. Well, his team got just what the coach wanted as they went into a weekend full of games.

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Blazers fall to FSU 10-2

The last time the VSU baseball team took on a NCAA Division I opponent, President George W. Bush was in his first year in the oval office.  On that day March 5, 2000, at Billy Grant Field the Blazers squeaked by Valparaiso 5-4.  Last night, 11 years later, VSU (14-18) was looking for another kind of ‘W’ as they made ...

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Baby bump, reality shows, hit singles in, football out

 Hello fellow pop addicts! This week’s weather has been like a rollercoaster, hasn’t it?  So who’s ready for this week’s dirt? I know you are because I have some treats for you!  All the big ballers who didn’t find it smart to invest are about to be hurt big-time with the lockout.  So with Sundays and Mondays gone, what will ...

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Solution: Choose sanity

A storm has been brewing around campus, and it has nothing to do with the weather. It’s about an issue between a student and professor that has escalated at an accelerated rate, thanks to the Internet and social media world we live in.

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Valdostans protest biomass

 Protestors wearing respirator masks held signs reading “Biomass? No!” in front of the Valdosta City Hall building on Thursday. Members of the Wiregrass Activists for Clean Energy, the VSU student organization Students Against Violating the Environment, and other concerned Valdosta citizens showed up to protest the construction of the Wiregrass Power: Biomass Electric Generating Plant.  “We already have solar power ...

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Biomass plant is harmful

 A biomass electric generating plant is projected to begin construction June 2011 across from the Mud Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant and will be fully functioning by 2013.  There has been much controversy regarding the plant and we, as a staff, feel that the construction of the biomass would be more destructive than beneficial. The plant is projected to create ...

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