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2016-03-10

Bell turns to Gainesville to assemble staff

Written by Gabe Burns, Sports Editor Kerwin Bell continues to remake VSU’s coaching staff, and with that comes an injection of orange and blue. James Rowe has been added as defensive coordinator. Justin Hinds will be the defensive line coach. Both men spent last season as graduate assistants on Jim McElwain’s staff at the University of Florida. “I don’t know ...

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Women’s empowerment march stomps through campus

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Asst. Opinions Editor The Slut Walk marched across the pedestrian mall Thursday afternoon. Men and women gathered in front of Odum bearing signs about women’s rights to their own bodies. At 12:45, the event began as the group marched down the mall, chanting and encouraging others to join. “We got this idea from Amber Rose’s Slut ...

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Kim Kardashian goes nude on the internet…again

Written by Tatyana Phelps, Managing Editor The Internet went into a frenzy over the weekend when Kim Kardashian West posted a full body nude picture of herself with black blocks covering her private areas. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Kim’s naked body, and that’s not even a reference to her sex tape. Over the past couple years we’ve ...

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New way to purchase items by swiping your credit card with the MasterCard selfie

Written by Danielle Shaw, Staff Writer Case-sensitive passwords can be a drag when you fail to recall your first pet’s name, and can’t seem to prove that you’re simply visually impaired and NOT an alien when attempting to reset them. You think to yourself, “If only there were a simpler way.” Lucky for you MasterCard has got you covered! MasterCard ...

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VSU tennis enjoys successful weekend on the court

Written by Marquez Slaughter, Correspondent VSU’s tennis teams are rolling. The men’s team defeated both the Lee Flames and Shorter Hawks 5-0 in a doubleheader while the women’s team also defeated Lee Flames 6-0 and Shorter Hawks 5-0 in Saturday’s match at the VSU courts. The wins earned them both their second consecutive Gulf South Conference win. Sophomores Leo Blay ...

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You don’t need Alcohol to have fun: Ways to enjoy Spring Break sober

Written by Olivia Studdard, Staff Writer Recently a ban was placed on alcoholic drinks on Panama City Beaches, affectionately known as “PCB” to college kids for years. However, this ban puts a damper on Spring Break for many beach-seeking college kids. It’s been a staple for college students so long, they’re left scratching their heads and wondering, “How do I ...

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Editorial: Spring Break parties bring big issues

Spring Break. The holiday that’s spent sipping on piña coladas, slipping on a pair of shades while taking in the beaming tropical sun, and parties. Loads and loads of parties. Whether you take a trip to the frigid Alps, go stroll the sandy beaches of Panama City, or just head back home; we are always susceptible to the dangers that ...

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