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Remerton: A Walk Down Memory Lane

Written By : Sarah Turner If Remerton were anything like it used to be, students could take the trolley home after too many drinks. Every night, students crash the landlocked walls of Remerton, Ga. The city within a city became incorporated in 1951 and was a striving, vibrant, Beaver Cleaver-type community. While the community still strives economically, its reputation has taken ...

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Hobby Lobby’s Victory

Written By: Jordan Hill  People will always be at war over religious freedom. For now, Hobby Lobby has won the battle. They declared that because of their religion, they did not want to provide certain contraceptives under Obamacare to their employees. And finally, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the conservatives. HL is not refusing to supply all contraceptives, ...

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Shoot for the Moon, Land Among A Small Georgia Town

Written by: Cole Edwards Watermelons, peaches and friend chicken more often than not come to mind when considering Cordele, Georgia’s “claims to fame,” but rarely is space travel or rocket ships generally associated with the small Southern town, located two hours below Atlanta.   The Gas ‘n Go gas station right off the interstate may sell Moon Pies and Orbit ...

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Valdosta State Enrollment

Powerpoint Presentation By: Kristin Whitman Check out  Kristin Whitman’s Powerpoint Presentation on Valdosta State enrollment here!     Whitman kristin final_project-s from Tnmills

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Saving Annie

Written By: Veronica Dominicis Annie no longer stood; she was left damaged, crumbled and destroyed. The only way to bring her back is to build her up from nothing. She was fundamentally built for strength and tolerated many hurricanes and atypical weather that the Florida coast produced instantaneously. She unfortunately succumbed to the weather and was severely damaged during a ...

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Obama’s Five for One Trade

Written By: Jordan Hill  As proud Americans, we understand the importance of bringing our troops home safely, but is a five for one trade the right way to go? President Obama released 5 men that were previously engaged in the Taliban from Guantanamo Bay in able to release one American soldier held as a prisoner by the Taliban. This American ...

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Valdosta, GA: “Pit Stop City?”

Written By: Summer Yates With over 40 hotels and nearly 200 restaurants, Valdosta, Ga., is often considered the “pit stop city.” It attracts consumers from over 15 counties throughout South Georgia and North Florida. Located in Lowndes County, Valdosta’s main source of income derives largely from the travelers stopping by for the city’s variety of hotels and restaurants. According to ...

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Exercise physiology grows in popularity at VSU and across Georgia

Written By: Sarah Turner The number of students enrolled as exercise physiology majors at Valdosta State University has nearly tripled since 2007 making it the university’s sixth most common major. The growth in popularity of exercise physiology is similar at other universities throughout the state. Among the schools in the state that offer a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology, including ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

Check the current number of cases on the VSU campus here!