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BSL holds event for VSU community

 Black Student League indeed answered to the call for action as they held “Scream Fest” last Saturday, Oct. 24, collecting donations from students in efforts to contribute to VSU and the Valdosta community.  Students joined BSL’s cause by donating while enjoying free food, music and activities that lasted from 7 p.m. to midnight. Students were given the chance to exchange ...

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Lions roll over Blazers 62-27

Valdosta— The North Alabama Lions (9-0, 7-0 GSC) showed the Valdosta State Blazers (4-4, 4-3 GSC) and the entire nation on Thursday night exactly why they are the number 1 ranked team in Division II football. The Lions outgained, outscored and outplayed the Blazers from the start of the game and the Blazers had little chance to recover. “We had ...

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National Denim Day on October 28

Health Promotions will be holding Lee National Denim Day, a day to wear denim in recognition of breast cancer and those inflicted with it, on Oct. 28. Lee National Denim Day has been held every October since 1996 and “has become one of the largest single-day fundraisers nationwide for breast cancer”, according to the campaign’s official website. For the past ...

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Kickin’ it Old School a hit

Laughs and cheers were heard in Powell Hall as the Campus Activities Board sponsored a talent show with an 80’s and 90’s theme at 8 p.m. yesterday. This event was one of many events that CAB Comedy has hosted this year. “Kickin’ it Old School” was the main theme for this event, which was basically a talent show based “off ...

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Flasher in fine arts

A handful of VSU students got a bit of a shock last Monday night. According to a VSU police incident report, some students were working late on the ceramics patio when some noticed someone hiding on the patio of the painting studio. The incident report says, “Victim stated she saw a male drop his pants and expose himself to her ...

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People Poll: Is Facebook a Distraction?

“Not a distraction for me, but I know some people that it is, that have to get on it everyday.” Brittany Paynes, junior, nursing “Yeah, definite distraction.” Blair Higginbotham, sophomore, special education “It depends on the person and when they get on it, but it can also help you if you need to ask someone for help in a class.” ...

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Rants and Raves: October 21, 2009

Rave Advising can be useful: “I love advising and my advisor. I like it because my advisor is very thorough and makes sure I understand all my options. He gives me several options and also suggests things he thinks I would like personally.” Megan Harris- Sophomore English/ Journalism Major “I like advising because in my field they bring the papers ...

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Obama won: Give Peace a Chance

You have got to appreciate irony; from the Nobel Peace Prize results causing great controversy to people arguing over something that they really don’t care about. It’s as if we are just puppets on a string and a two-year-old is pulling on them. Be honest with yourselves, Blazers. How many of you actually care about the Nobel Peace Prize Award? ...

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Costumes gone slutty?

Dress Like a Slut Day? Is it Halloween? Or National Dress like a ‘Hoochie-Momma Day?’ When did Halloween stray from trick-or-treating-witches and haunted houses- and turn into a holiday for girls to dress in skanky costumes, and it’s perfectly acceptable? Halloween is no longer a night of pumpkins, gremlins and ghosts; it is an expensive night of drunken sexy dress-up. ...

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VSU’s fine line

Over a week has passed since VSU quarterback Kellen Lewis was arrested for one count of misdemeanor battery. Charges are still pending. The Indiana transfer returned to practice last Thursday, just two days after the arrest, and made the start at Harding. Our question: should Lewis have played? The answer will depend on who you ask. Some will say he’s ...

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