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Jesse and Tiger are sounding the same, Kate G. leaves the star dancing game

Well Blazers, after a small hiatus, Pop Addict is back, and it has been such a juicy time in Hollywood! In case you’ve been living under a rock, Sandra Bullock and Jesse James are officially splitting due to his affairs with numerous women, but most notably Michelle “Bombshell” McGee. According to Fox News, the main thing that kept Bullock from ...

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Look out for Relay for Life this Friday

The VSU Relay for Life organization will be hosting the “Lights, Camera, Action for a Cure” fundraising event this Friday April 23 at 7 p..m. Relay for Life is sponsored by the American Cancer Society, which is geared towards fighting, preventing, and promoting awareness of cancer. Relay for Life is an important event for anyone who is a cancer survivor ...

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Lady Blazers have record setting day

Records were broken on Sunday, at the VSU softball complex, as the Lady Blazers put away the University of Alabama-Huntsville, the top team in the South Region, 7-4 and 4-2 in a double header. The women were driven by a record breaking crowd of 509 people in the stands against the Lady Chargers, exceeding the previous best of 420. “It ...

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Blazers baseball falls to Bobcats

Milledgville—The 15th ranked Valdosta State fell to No. 16 Georgia College and State University 8-4 on Wednesday afternoon. Last Wednesday night the Blazers knocked off GSCU in 13 innings at Billy Grant Field. This week the Bobcats came from behind and took care of the Blazers. GSCU (30-12) started the scoring in the bottom of the second inning with a ...

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Meet your SGA presidential candidates

DeMario Jones DeMario Jones, SGA presidential candidate, attended a platform on Wednesday night discussing his goals for the upcoming SGA elections on April 19-20. Jones, a senior Political Science major from Jacksonville, Fla., discussed his plans to “see things through” if he were elected. Jones is a two-year captain for the Blazers football team and the President of the Model ...

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Baptist Collegiate Ministries invites students

Nestled between the Georgia pines and a construction site on North Oak St. is a small white building. This building is home to the VSU branch of the Baptist Collegiate Ministries. The BCM building serves as haven for students who wish to partake in fellowship and fun by playing pool and ping pong, or using the free wi-fi connection that ...

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Student denies involvement after arrest on campus

A VSU student who was arrested for obstruction claims he was wrongfully arrested and disputes the Valdosta State University Police Department’s version of events. According to VSUPD, Charles Chukwara was arrested on April 6 in his dorm room at Langdale Hall, after he hindered officers in the process of arresting Shandon Greene, who was involved in an earlier confrontation with ...

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SGA prepares for VPAA interviews

SGA heard reports from the executive board and several committees during their meeting on Monday, April 12. Reports were made on the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs interviews, the SGA Election Platform Presentation, and the possibility of a Dead Day Breakfast. After taking roll, Comptroller Morgan Alexander reported on the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs interviews, which are scheduled for ...

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Sodexo may leave campus

Sodexo, the company responsible for Hopper and Palms, may soon find themselves saying goodbye to Valdosta State University. After five years of food service with VSU, Sodexo’s contract will expire in March 2011. Prior to the fall of 2006, the dining services of VSU were controlled by the school. Since the arrival of Sodexo to campus, dining at VSU has ...

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Undergraduate Research Symposium starts today

The Undergraduate Research Symposium will take place today and on Friday in the Atrium and auditorium of the Bailey Science Center. The Symposium takes place every spring and is a chance for students to present their papers and posters to the school, setting the bar higher for undergraduate education and research. Students who are selected have to go through a ...

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