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2016-02-18

Despite haters, you can be a feminine feminist

Written by Jada Duke, Staff Writer Does having fleeky eyebrows and a bomb contour mean you’re not a feminist? Does rocking a sultry eye look and a bold lip mean you’re in favor of the wage gap? Well, According to some members of the feminist society these statements could not be more accurate. Certain feminist feel that women who wear ...

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Tuition freeze in Georgia for upcoming school year

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Asst. Opinions Editor No increase in tuition will occur for the 2016-2017 academic year, according to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. College expenses can be overwhelming for some students and no increase in tuition could greatly benefit a lot of people. “We carefully assess the tuition rates for our institutions and ...

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iPhone hacks and tricks

Written by Jada Dukes, Staff Writer Although  Apple is already in the works of creating the new iPhone 7,there are still quite a few of us that are just now purchasing the iPhone 6/6s or 6 Plus/6s Plus  and are not entirely sure how to use the newest iPhone and the newest features. Besides the basic features that we all ...

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Nose Your Senses: VSU’s Fine Arts Gallery opens a fragrant new exhibit

Written by Pam Agedah, Staff Writer “Watch Your Step” indicates a warning, a cautionary title and “Fragrant Installation” is because the piece was built on site using fragrant spices,” said Stephen Watson, the artist who created the works on display in the newest exhibit at VSU’s Fine Arts building. The title speaks to the concept behind his art. This is Watson’s ...

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The Great Debate: VSU Democrats, Republicans gathered on campus to discuss ‘hot’ campaign issues

Written by Miles Brown, Staff Writer For VSU students and staff interested in debates, this past Tuesday College Democrats and Republicans held an important debate concerning many issues voters want to see discussed and resolved in the United States. The event called “Mobilizing Georgia: The Great Debate” was held Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in Bailey Science Center, room 1011. Some ...

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Editorial: Body positivity comes in all shapes and sizes

While focusing on fashion this week we at The Spectator did not want to overlook a part of the fashion industry that often is. Body shaming and the lack of body positivity in the United States fashion scene are far too prevalent. According to the Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association, 40% of female college and 7% of college male students suffer ...

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