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Opinion: College branding for customers, not students

I remember my freshman year at VSU. Taking food runs to palms, chatting in the student union and late night strolls on the illustrious front lawn. I also remember going to some of my journalism courses inside of West Hall, walking past the rotunda on the second-level. It was quiet and one of the many reasons I chose VSU for ...

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Simpson Scarborough LLC selected for VSU branding services

It’s that time of year again where you will soon be surveyed for questions about how to better improve VSU. VSU’s Office of Communications and Marketing will conduct a comprehensive branding study during the 2019-2020 academic year. The department is responsible for managing the University’s branding, marketing, and public relations. Simpson Scarborough LLC was selected by VSU as the result ...

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Pop Addict: Get the tea with TJ! (Grammy/Super Bowl Edition)

Hello to all my fellow pop addicts at VSU, and welcome to another edition of Pop Addict! We have a variety of topics to discuss. So without further a due, let’s jump right into it. The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony took place on Jan. 26, 2020. While there are a few things I disagreed with in terms of the ...

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VSU mobile app attempts to connect campus

VSU has recently updated its own app.  It now shows resources  that are more accessible to students. Features include, a campus map, a bus transit map and a direct link to pages such as the dining page. One of the newest features is the campus community feed which is like Valdosta State’s very own twitter feed.  There are six categories ...

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People Poll: What is your favorite part of spring semester?

Tyler Pierce sophomore criminal justice major “I’m on the club rugby team here and we’re going to UGA soon. I’m really excited about that. We’re also going to Nashville for our national qualifiers so I’m actually pretty excited about that. So, you know, going out for a couple of weekends, seeing Georgia and playing Rugby. Sanaa Aine freshman American sign ...

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Red Hots: The overlooked champions of Titletown

VSU is home to numerous championship programs, but their successful dance team has gone under the radar. VSU’s Red Hots dance team has won the National Dance Association championship the last three years, and five of the last ten. Head coach Kelli Fields is one of the longest tenured coaches at VSU. going on her 14 season. She has instilled ...

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Baseball and cheating: America’s favorite pastime

Another year, another Major League Baseball scandal. Cheating continue to plague America’s pastime. Like clockwork, the league is quick to get ahead of the scandal, talking about preserving the “integrity of the game,” but is there still integrity in the game of baseball? For a sport that is so dependent on protecting its ideals of image and integrity, no sport ...

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C’s get degrees, but these apps will get an ‘A’

Smart devices are not only good for pictures and social media, but they can help you be successful this spring semester. Technology has advanced over the past two decades that there are now apps that will help keep you on track when it comes to your academic work. My Study Life is a free app that is compatible with both ...

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La vida Valdosta: Underrated hot spots in the area

Valdosta may not be a big city like Atlanta, but there are still plenty of ways for students to get out of their dorms. One cool thing to do that I don’t hear many college students talk about is going to a trampoline park. While a trampoline park may seem a little juvenile, college students can still enjoy all the ...

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Remembering Kobe: Everyone has a little bit of No. 24

Everyone has done it. Wadded up a paper ball (possibly homework or something) and aimed at the nearest trashcan. We would get into our stance, feet aligned perfectly and let out a subtle leap into the air. As the wad flew threw the air, we would extend our shooting arm, leaving the flick of the wrist. We all would yell ...

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