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2013-04-25

Music majors to showcase talent in VSO’s ‘Virtuosity’

Written by Allison Ericson   VSU students, faculty and staff are invited to “Virtuosity,” a concert showcasing VSU’s talented students. “Virtuosity” will have 27 VSU music majors performing in the orchestra and is expected to have an audience of 500 people.   VSU Concerto competition winners Alexander Schimpf and Mario Rivera will be performing pieces that are sure to showcase ...

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South Georgia String Project to perform at free concert

Written by Quasha Ross   Music continues to thrive in Valdosta with the help of the South Georgia String Project. Led by its director, Lauren Burns, the SGSP is a collaboration of the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra and the VSU Department of Music. The project provides an after-school music program where children can receive affordable stringed-instrument instruction. The project also provides ...

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Humphries, Kardashian set free

Written by Anthony Pope   Hello World—Anthony here bringing you the final Pop Addict of the year. While I’m sure most of you will be crying Adderall infused tears because you will miss this column so much over the summer, I on the other hand, will keep up with the happenings of your favorite celebs as always. First up this ...

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H.E.R.O.’s to bring the Olympics to Magnolia

Written by Allison Ericson   Come share an action-packed afternoon with the VSU Hearts Everywhere Reaching Out for Children (HERO) Olympics. The HERO Olympics is giving local children a chance to be active and goof off by providing multiple activities and field day games. “This is the first ever HERO Olympics, and we want it to be a big success,” ...

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Spectator Taster: Jessie’s offers healthy lunch options

Written by Jennifer Gleason & Amber Smith Jennifer: Jessie’s Eats & Treats is in that same nook downtown that the Bleu Café is hidden. When you walk in, there is a narrow space between the order counter and the tables, but the space is large enough to move around in and be served. The menu took up a few large ...

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