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Tallahassee has good deals for more cost effective vacations

So you want to get away, but don’t have that much cash. Well, make your way to Tallahassee, Fl. Tallahassee is roughly an hour and a half away and the trip both ways will not cost you more than $100. Most likely you will not be going by yourself so if you split the cost of gas up between about ...

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The Loop is a hit or miss

This time we didn’t go too far from the last place, we decided to continue on our Student Union kick and review the Loop. The atmosphere is college food court style, and it gives off the vibe of a college campus which for a college student isn’t really a bad thing. If you don’t want to sit in the food ...

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Gun laws could change with bill

 Georgia House Bill 615 will be presented on March 3. If the bill goes through, one will be allowed to carry a weapon on any Georgia college campus with a permit.  Bill 615 would affect at least 400,000 Georgians who hold gun permits.�  Republican House Representative Tim Bearden is co-sponsor of this bill.  He explains the rights this bill would ...

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Rant and Raves: January 28, 2010

RANT When did individuality become a crime?  It bugs me to see so many students clown people who they think are “weird” for having a unique sense of style. By unique I don’t mean the ones who mix-match leggings with sequins and cardigans. I mean the ones who have a passion for what they like (whether it be fashion, music ...

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People Poll: What was the best part of ‘70s pop culture?

Morgan Herrin Junior sociology major “The music”   Rachael Dillon  Sophomore biology major “The disco ball and bell bottoms” .Angelique Witmer Junior psychology/philosophy major “Progressive music and women’s rights movement” Sherry Guess Sophomore clinical psychology major “It opened a new revolution of higher consciousness.” Pennica Irvin Sophomore, Math major  “The platform shoes” Daniel Clay Senior finance major “The disco”  Richard ...

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Soccer coach to be announced

 The Valdosta State athletic department is set to introduce the newest coach to VSU today in a press conference at 11 a.m. Athletic Director Herb Reinhard has made his decision on who will be the first ever coach of the newly added women’s    soccer team, which is set to begin play in 2011.  The process has been a long one, ...

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All-GSC teams heavey with Blazers

 The Valdosta State Blazers baseball team has been picked to win the 2010 Gulf South Conference Eastern Division by the GSC coaches, while the Lady Blazers softball team has been picked to finish second in the East Division according to an announcement by the GSC office earlier this week. The Blazers won the 2008 GSC East Division, however finished third ...

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Blazer still stayin’ alive

   The Valdosta State Blazers and Lady Blazers continued their longest winning streaks of the season this past week as both teams defeated West Alabama and Alabama-Huntsville.  The Lady Blazers rolled to a convincing win against the West Alabama Tigers when they met at the Complex on Jan. 21 for a Gulf South Conference showdown. The Lady Blazers had strong ...

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Chris Brown’s new ‘Graffiti’ reminiscent of MJ, Prince

 On December 8, 2009, Chris Brown released the much anticipated album, Graffiti. This album debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200 and at number one on Billboard Top R&B Chart. The album has received very mixed responses from critics and fans.  “It’s a good CD,” said sophomore Brandon Menner. The album itself is a mix of slow ballads and ...

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Go to St. George for an affordable getaway

Looking for a quick weekend getaway? Every student needs a little vacation time, especially during spring semester. Why not save some cash while you’re at it? For a good weekend to simply relax and take your mind off of school while the weather is warming up, a camping trip at St. George Island would be perfect. With the added bonus ...

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