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Spring 2012

VPD robbery case terminated

The probe into an alleged armed robbery near the University Center has been closed after the alleged victim decided to sign a “termination of investigation” form over the weekend. An email was sent out to all faculty, staff and students Jan. 26 describing an alleged armed robbery incident that took place on the 1100 block of N. Patterson St., where ...

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Cooperative Internships

By Reverend Sharleece E. Bellagosi Want to incorporate practical experience with education? Consider a Cooperative Internship. Sophomores and graduate students with at least 30 semester hours and a GPA of 2.0 or higher are eligible for a cooperative internship experience. Cooperative Internships are available with community employers throughout the state of Georgia and the northern Florida area. According to Carter, ...

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Office of Social Equity and Access brings disability awareness to VSU

The Office of Social Equity and Access at VSU paid tribute to people with disabilities by displaying their Disability History Exhibit in Palms Dining Hall from Jan. 27 to Jan. 30 and the University Center from Jan. 25 to Jan 26. VSU has held events bringing awareness to disabilities, but this is the first Display Exhibit that has been brought ...

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Golden Key recognizes new members

VSU’s chapter of the Golden Key International Honour Society hosted their annual New Member Recognition Ceremony this past Saturday in the Student Ballroom. Golden Key is one of the world’s premiere international societies, admitting the top 15% of college sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students. “I joined the Golden Key Honour Society because when you get to the real world ...

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Organization fair brings groups forward

The pedestrian mall was buzzing with activity during the Spring Organization Fair on Wednesday afternoon as a multitude of VSU students passed from table to table to gather information on various campus organizations. Among the organizations that participated in the event were fraternities and sororities, religious communities, community service teams and special interest groups. Many of the organizations who set ...

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Counseling center helps with anxiety on campus

A college student can deal with many types of stresses including classes, work and relationship problems. The VSU Counseling Center offers a wide range of services, not only individual counseling, but group counseling, outreach programs, testing, training consultation, crises intervention, evaluation of services and accountability research. “Our role is to help and support the students so that they can be ...

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Separating church and state

The religious leanings of our politicians are almost as prevalent as their stand on the issues – which are often impacted by their religious beliefs.

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Unstoppable force

The Lady Blazers are on a romp right now, winning 13 of their last 15 games including a four-game win streak they hope to continue when they travel to Delta State tonight.

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

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