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2014-04-10

Letter to the Editor: Choose to compromise

I generally find visits to SGA meetings refreshing, inspiring and informative, and I admire the spirit of shared governance typically displayed at these events. There is no doubt that the students at VSU have a Student Government Association they can be proud of. I am not stating this to score cheap political points, but this is my sincere conviction, just ...

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The struggle for equality continues

Written by: Abbie Baggerly Pay among Americans differs widely, but women are known to have substantially lower wages. Historically, women’s rights have come far, but women are yet to be paid the same wages as men. Since 2010, women who worked full-time only made 77 percent of what men earned, According to the Center for American Progress. It is totally ...

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Daring to date in college

Written by: Tyra Mills Dating in college is something a lot of us have to deal with. But is dating a vital activity or a pesky distraction? Everyone enjoys good company and companionship, but the real question here is: Is it wise to attempt to juggle school, work and extracurricular activities with a relationship? It depends on the individual. Relationships ...

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Whisper keeps students secret

Written by: Lashawn Oglesby Imagine joining a social network where all you have to do is create a username and password. There is no profile picture, profile page or personal pictures, and no friends finding or adding. That’s because it’s an anonymous social media app. It’s called Whisper. It’s normal for people to have thoughts, feelings and secrets they would ...

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SGA talks privacy for emails

Written by: Joe Adgie If the SGA has their way, the emails you receive from the Students Distribution List will shrink dramatically. The organization passed a resolution during Monday night’s meeting that asks for changes to how the emails are handled. “We all know that there’s an issue with the Student Distribution List, and we get a lot of things ...

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‘Salvage’ your style

Written by: John Stephen Question: What do old wedding dresses, vintage records and a painting of Captain Jack Sparrow all have in common? Answer: They all can be found at Salvage thrift shop, among an enormous treasure trove of other items. Located at 612 Baytree Rd., Salvage may seem normal enough on the outside with its pleasant brick façade and ...

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VSU falls to ASU

Valdosta State’s weekend struggles followed the Blazers as they fell to Albany State 10-6. “Unfortunately this has been a reoccurring theme for us; we haven’t played well in what seems a couple weeks,” assistant coach Todd Guilliams said. “We’re shooting ourselves in the foot; it’s the same formula−bad defense and walks.” In the first inning, VSU put up four runs ...

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