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Sarahi Montero leaves VSU nest to fly

I am the Leading Graphics editor for the VSU Spectator, and while I am very fortunate to have worked in this office, I am going to be transferring to a different university, Kennesaw State University. The Spectator gave me a lot of opportunities to grow as an artist and develop a work ethic that I would use in a workplace ...

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Senior Lady Blazer softball players reflect on careers

At the end of the season, four Lady Blazer softball players will be hanging up their cleats. Redshirt senior Lacey Crandall, seniors Logan Hill and Avery Lamb, and redshirt sophomore Kiley Robb were all honored during VSU’s senior game against West Georgia on April 18. Crandall, Hill, and Lamb were all initially set to play their final seasons in 2020 ...

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Letter from the Editor: New Editor-in-Chief in Town

Hi everyone, my name is T.J. Weaver, and I am the newly elected Editor in Chief of the Spectator. The Spectator is more than just a publication that is dedicated to writing about news, entertainment, campus life and sports stories. The slogan “Unfiltered, Uncensored” means so much more than having discretion over what we publish. We are the voice of ...

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VSU spring 2021 commencement updates

VSU graduates are preparing for their 2021 spring commencement occurring on May 7 and May 8 at the Bazemore-Hyder Stadium. On May 7, the first spring 2021 commencement at 7:30 p.m. will be held for the College of Business, Education and Arts. May 8 will host the 9:00 a.m. spring commencement for graduate school, followed by another commencement at 7:30 ...

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VSU introduces new Online College

VSU’s new Online College of Career Advancements has been approved by the Board of Regents as of April 13. The college will include eight undergraduate programs that begins in summer 2021. Rodney Carr, vice president for student success, is the director of the new online college. He began the development of the college two years ago with other institutions while ...

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“Spring into Art” Exhibition at Turner Center for the Arts

Turner Center for the Arts kicked things off earlier this month at the opening gala for their latest exhibition, “Spring into Art.” Artists and patrons alike were able to enjoy the bold, bright, esoteric art accompanied by fabulous, jazzy music from live pianist Donte Flowers. The delicious heavy hors d’oeuvres were catered by Jessie’s, a local favorite. Georgia Beer Company ...

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College football is better, but the NFL’s new rule makes it cooler

Everyone knows that college football is better than professional football. Okay. That may not be true, but I am prepared to die on that hill. Many of the college players are just kids who love the game of football. You don’t have to watch grown men cry and refuse to practice because they don’t believe their multi-million-dollar contracts are good ...

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Editorial: Chauvin verdict could be the turning point for history

On May 25, 2020, the world stood still for a total of nine minutes and 29 seconds. That was the last time George Floyd would let out his last breath with his last words being “I can’t breathe” as ex-police officer, Derek Chauvin, knelt on his neck. Immediately after this took place, riots sparked, protests spread citywide and “say his ...

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VSU Students’ eligible for summer and Fall relief funds

VSU is set to continue distributing the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) throughout summer and fall 2021 semesters. VSU began distributing the second round of the CARES Act, also known as the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) on April 1. Students that were eligible received an immediate $100. Afterwards, students were able to apply for any additional financial ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

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