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2015-03-12

Student charged with falsifying robbery

by Cole Edwards The VSU student who was arrested on Tuesday for falsifying a robbery report has hired a lawyer and hopes to prevent any further action from being taken against him against him. Matthew Tito, 21, of Snellville, Georgia, was determined by the VSU Police Department to have called in a false report and is in Lowndes County Jail ...

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Call it a hot streak for Blazers softball

by Kristin Whitman Call it a hot streak for lady Blazers softball. No. 2 National Fastpitch Coaches Association-ranked Blazers extend their winning streak to thirteen after defeating Florida Tech Tuesday, in a double header (4-0, 3-2) moving their overall record to 23-2 and conference play stays at 10-1. Game one With leadoff batter Courtney Albritton out for six weeks with ...

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Editorial: Drivers/pedestrians need to be more cautious

Every driver has experienced it—some carefree pedestrian taking his or her sweet time to stroll across a busy street. Every pedestrian has gone through it— some irresponsible driver speeding through an intersection in some inexplicable hurry to get nowhere important. Many VSU students have the pleasure of experiencing both sides of the coin because they have to commute to campus ...

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University of Oklahoma SAE under microscope after racist video goes viral

by John Preer The Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter of Oklahoma University has been in national headlines lately for a video that surfaced on social media last week. The video depicts several members of SAE on a bus singing a racially charged song full of derogatory terms for African-Americans. After the video went viral, OU immediately disbanded the chapter and suspended ...

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Is study abroad really worth it?

by Tatyana Phelps The cost of not studying abroad may be even more costly than the money that comes out of your pocket for a school trip to a foreign country. VSU offers several study abroad trips each year, with a wide variety of courses and programs. Although studying abroad can be a bit expensive, research shows that students who ...

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