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Tag Archives: 2010-10-28

Battle of the blood donors

VSU beat the University of West Georgia in the annual blood drive competition.The Office of Volunteer Services and Parent Programs and the American Red Cross hosted the VSU vs UWG blood drive on Tuesday in the Student Union Ballroom. Even though the goal for VSU was 250 pints, VSU beat UWG with 185 pints of blood donations. VSU will be ...

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V-ball honors seniors

 The VSU women’s volleyball team went 2-1 this past week, including two matches within the Gulf South Conference.  The Lady Blazers took on the Argos of West Florida last Friday in a match where the winner would walk away with sole possession of first place in the Gulf South East division.  The two squads met earlier this season on Sept. ...

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It runs in the Posey family

Leesburg, the small city of southwestern Georgia with a population under 3,000, is not only home to country singer Luke Bryan, but also prominent baseball rookie Buster Posey.

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People Poll: What is your favorite Halloween memory?

 Christie Baker junior sociology and anthropology major “I guess the worst Halloween night was when some of my roommates got drunk and trashed my house.” Verity Pearce junior early childhood education major “My favorite Halloween memory would probably be when my friend and I went out to Wild Adventures and we got chased by a guy with a clown mask ...

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Fight for your right to read

 One day, reading will be unheard of, and books will be burned. No one will think for themselves, and there will be mass chaos. At least, that is what happens in Ray Bradbury’s book, “Fahrenheit 451.”   In reality, reading is not forbidden but encouraged. The American Library Association held their annual “Banned Books” week from Sept. 25 to Oct. ...

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DIY Halloween Costumes

 Halloween is getting close and it is about time to find that perfect costume.   There are costumes being sold all around town and on the Internet, but they are usually very expensive.  On the other hand, there are plenty of costumes that can be made from things around the house; costing you little to no money at all.  A ...

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Haunted happenings around town

 Halloween in a college town is a night of tricks, treats, parties, horror houses and costumes for the young at heart and the slightly old in age.   Many students have plans for the weekend leading up to Oct. 31, ranging from costume parties of a more adult theme to haunted houses for a good scare.  Traditionally, Halloween is the ...

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Schloss plans five new buildings by 2015

    VSU may see a wave of new dorms, classrooms and faculty offices if President Dr. Partrick Schloss’ Master Plan comes into effect in 2015. � Dr. Schloss unveiled his Master Plan Addendum to the Faculty Senate meeting on Oct. 21. The plan shows where a number of proposed new dorms and halls would be and what they will do ...

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Students rally to get vote out

 About 60 attendees were on hand Monday at the Student Union as the Political Action Commitee of theVSU NAACP joined with the Student Government Association and Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity to host a rally with the goal of imploring students to exercise their right to vote.   They invited the College Democrats and College Republicans to explain the most important ...

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