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2015-03-19

Horoscope: Daily Forecast 8/19/15

Today’s Birthday (09/19/15). Raise your game this year. Use luck, power and confidence for big results. Dedication at home grows your base. Strategize to grow family finances after 9/27. A romantic breakthrough opens new doors after 3/8. Focus on moneymaking after 3/23. Play with passion. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the ...

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Friend Me, Prof?

by Kenzie Kesselring To friend request or not to friend request, that is the question on many students’ minds when it comes to being friends with their professors on Facebook. This online friendship, which is not regulated by VSU policy, could provide a way to share educational links, stories and pictures with classmates and teachers. It could also offer teachers ...

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Country star “comes home” to The Complex

by Niamani Carlyle-Hollis Kip Moore’s “Coming Home” concert on April 11 has been the talk of the town. As a former golfer at VSU from 2000 to 2002, Kip will return to his old stomping grounds to blaze up the complex. Students, faculty and locals alike are looking forward to hearing the country vocals of the platinum recording superstar. “It’s ...

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Horoscopes: Daily Forecast 3/23/15

Today’s Birthday (03/23/15). Dreams come true this year with help from friends and family. For the next three months, it’s easier to save money. Thoughtful introspection reveals a hidden passion. What to learn? Plan a magnificent summer adventure with someone special. Polish your image before October eclipses (10/13 & 10/27) illuminate your work. Play full out, and reap rewards. Share ...

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Female comedians deserve respect, not discrimination

by Kailee Kivett When people are asked who they think are the most famous comedians, a list of males used to come to mind first. Recently, however, female comedians have become more and more well-known. Tina Fey, Sarah Silverman and Amy Schumer have all become big names in the comedy genre thanks to Comedy Central and Saturday Night Live. Not ...

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‘Chappie’ challenges beliefs

by Stuart Price Starring Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel and Sharlto Copley, Chappie hit the theaters world-wide on March 6. The story takes place in Johannesburg, South Africa, where—in the near— future, crime has started to be monitored by a robotic police crew. Patel, who you may know from the award-winning “Slumdog Millionaire,” plays the creator of these police robots. One ...

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Police brutality becomes nationwide epidemic

by Alex Corbitt In one of the most recent cases of police brutality a man known as “Africa” was shot five times and killed after being hit with a taser beforehand. The cops claim that he was reaching for one of their guns because the taser did not work, but Africa was an unarmed, homeless and disabled man who should ...

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Football springs into new season

by Chris Webb With winter looking to be well behind us Valdosta State football is wrapping up their 2015 spring practices with Thursday’s Spring Game at Bazemore-Hyder Stadium. Scheduled for an 8 p.m. kickoff the annual inner-squad scrimmage between the offense and defense provides fans and students their first opportunity of the year to come out and get an idea ...

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Editorial: Align VSU’s Spring Break with other universities

Any break from the daily grind of classes and homework is always something to be appreciated, and students often mark Spring Break week on their calendars long before the new semester even begins. As we slowly limp into the weekend, classes are taking less precedence in students’ mind, replaced with the desires for warm beaches, refreshing mountains or the simple ...

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