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Front lawn policy

– Recurring events or activities on eight or more participants on the front lawn must be reserved through event services. – Front lawn events/activities must be sponsored by a registered student organization or university department. – Regulary scheduled repetitive outdoor activitiesmust be registered through event services. – The following is not allowed on the front lawn: cleats, vehicles whom do ...

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VSU police reports

August 22, 2010 College Street- A student in a blue Ford Explorer was pulled over and taken into custody for driving with no insurance and a suspended registration. August 25, 2010 Centennial Hall Parking Lot- A back tire was stolen off a bike that was locked onto a bike rack. August 26, 2010 Oak Street (next to guest house)- Student ...

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Stallone, pals bring macho back to screen

In an age where men wear pink and apply lotion to their skin, there is still one walking, breathing, line-slurring collection of macho muscle out there among the Hollywood Elite. That man is Sylvester Stallone. ‘The Expendables’ is a movie that he has yearned to do for a long time and finally has delivered it to the public in all ...

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Recasting the castaways

Soon there will be a feature film remake of the classic television series “Gilligan’s Island”, with the approval of original series creator Sherwood Schwartz. Schwartz has already said that he would prefer Michael Cera to play Gilligan and Beyoncé Knowles to play movie star Ginger. Who do you think would best fill the sand-filled shoes of the castaways? Cast your ...

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‘Takers’: All-star and all-action

Gun fire, armored trucks and an all star cast. If you love these things, then “Takers” is the movie for you. Directed by John Luessenhop, “Takers” is fast-paced and action-packed. However, for all its action and jumping in the plot, the story flows cohesively through the whole film. “Takers” is about a group of career criminals who get together once ...

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Dance the night away

The VSU Ballroom dance club is ready to welcome new members to the dance floor this semester. Students will learn how to ballroom dance both recreationally and competitively. The idea for the club started in Professor Eric Nielsen’s dance class last semester, when three of his students wanted to create an environment for students to learn how to ballroom dance. ...

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Christian singer slated to perform free concert

Rising Christian singer/songwriter, Dave Barnes, is scheduled to play a free concert for all ages on campus in the Student Union Ballroom at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 7. According to a recent press release issued by Razor & Tie, Barnes’s record label and media publicist, the artist is currently touring for his new album, What We Want, What We ...

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Matthews gives time to community and football

­­­ The Blazers football team has contributed countless hours of volunteer work, and helped boost the morale of Valdosta State through their continued dedication, and loyalty to the red and black. Junior Middle Linebacker, Chas Matthews has contributed many hours to community involvement, where he volunteered for the Red Cross Blood Drive, Habitat for Humanity, and was a celebrity reader ...

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Intramural Sports off and running in 2010

The intramural season officially kicked off Aug. 29 with flag football. A week after flag football’s initial game, two-pitch softball and cricket – which makes its debut as a VSU intramural – start their respective seasons. Also new to VSU intramurals is the use of completely online sign-ups and scheduling. Students and faculty can sign up at www.imleagues.com. After registering ...

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