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Blazers excited about final home game

“Sense of urgency” was how VSU forward, Will Alston, described the team’s attitude during the yearly Pink Zone game vs. Lambuth (10-12) this past weekend, which resulted in a blowout 98-67 win.

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Blazers end losing streak, edge GSW 5-4

 In last night’s action, the Blazers baseball team took on Georgia Southwestern in Americus.  They avoided losing their fifth game in a row and squeaked by GSW 5-4, moving to a 2-5 record.  In this past weekend’s action, the Blazers were swept in a three-game series, at home, by the Florida Tech Panthers. In game one, eight runs weren’t enough ...

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Cyrus concerned, MTV staple returns

 What’s up you POP addicts? I hope cupid treated you better than he did me on Valentine’s Day. I actually heard some people saying that they no longer recognized Feb.14 as V-Day but “Single’s Awareness Day.” I know some single people became aware when the flowers, hearts and candy became unbearable out on the pedestrian walk around noon, but we’re ...

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Realistic love story hits big screen

 Even if most young couples will find the subject matter too depressing to get their money’s worth on theater tickets, “Blue Valentine” is probably the most realistic portrait of a relationship, and a marriage to hit the American cinema in quite a while.  It provides a stark contrast to the films generated by the Nicholas Sparks generation, turning the concept ...

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Faculty senate to discuss course eval policy

 The Faculty Senate will meet today at 3:30 p.m. in the UC Magnolia Room to discuss online teacher evaluations, possible revisions to the outdoor lighting policy, and waiving a policy relating to returning students, among other business.  As of Fall 2010, all VSU classes began to use online teacher evaluations, known as Student Opinion of Instructions.  This has become a ...

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Visitation policy for on-campus residents to change

 VSU Hall residents are going to see big changes with the visitation in the fall, and some aren’t too pleased with it.   On Monday, on-campus residents received an email from the Director of Housing and Residence Life, Thomas W. Hardy announcing the new visitation policies that will begin Fall 2011.  The new policy states “Hopper Hall will house only upper-class ...

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Freshmen come up big for Lady Blazers

With the Lady Blazers bench consisting of only four girls, Coach Kiley Hill was desperate for some good minutes while starters rested. He got just that. After a slow start, the Blazers bench led the way to put together a dominating performance, ousting Concordia-Selma by a 57-24 score.   Leading the way for VSU were freshmen Alisha Crawford, who finished with ...

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Evaluations should be ethical

Would you bribe your professor to ensure that you received a decent grade at the end of the semester? Although we all look forward to the semester being over, we dread drudging through the last few days of classes.

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VSU pursues purchase of Ashley Cin­emas

 Ashley Cinemas, one of two movie theater complexes in Valdosta, will be purchased by VSU’s Auxiliary Services Real Estate Foundation if a proposal to the Board of Regents and foundation’s board of directors is accepted.   “The purchase would have to be approved by the foundation’s board of directors as well as the Board of Regents,” said John Crawford, vice president ...

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