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VSU introduces Squid Game event for students

On Jan 18, VSU Student and Diversity and Campus Recreation hosted a Squid Game event for students, with five games increasing in difficulty. Students who entered the competition had the opportunity to play for cash prizes up to $300, or sit to the side to watch their friends compete. “I’m playing to win, it’s all about the money,” Izayah Weaver, ...

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VSU parody accounts surge in popularity

Got a crush? Need words of affirmation? Want to know the best food at Palms? Chances are, there’s an Instagram account for that. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, VSU has seen the rise of parody accounts among the student body. For many followers, the intrigue is all in the knowledge that they provide. Others want to see themselves posted on the ...

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People Poll: When is the best time to prepare for the holidays?

Kayley Stevens, a freshman communications major “I think you should start some time in November, but the bare minimum should be Thanksgiving.” Andrew Barnes, a senior communications major, said right after Halloween is the best time to prepare. “It gives you more time to enjoy the holiday, and you don’t have to scramble to get decorations up.” Scott Tillman, a ...

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The new groundhog: Noodle the pug

If Emmaline Childs, a TikTok influencer from Minnesota, had said, “Mercury might be in retrograde, but the pug had bones,” just two months ago, she would sound absolutely crazy, but the trend known as “No Bones” has taken over the internet, and the world has been able to fall in love with Noodle the pug. Noodle is a 13-year-old pug ...

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The ‘Cookie Run: Kingdom’ craze

Trends come and go, but one trend that has stayed since the dawn of cell phones is mobile games. Whether it’s Pong or Flappy Bird, these games have been staples and found on most phones today. The Ovenbreak franchise has been around since 2009 and has stayed popular since its creation. Their newest game, however, has taken the internet by ...

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10 songs for spooky season

It’s autumn here at VSU, and as the days grow shorter and the air gets colder, students and staff alike are anticipating the arrival of Halloween. But what is Halloween without the right environment? Sure, pumpkin patches are a great way to celebrate. Costumes are always fun, and everyone loves the candy. But what truly makes the atmosphere is the ...

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VSU comes together to show awareness

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month nationwide, and VSU shows awareness through events on campus. Throughout the month of October, the campus community honors victims by wearing a purple ribbon. It symbolizes courage, survival, honor and dedication to ending domestic violence. There will be various locations set up around campus throughout the month to provide students and staff with purple ...

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Wild Adventures announces October festivities

With October finally here and Halloween right around the corner, Wild Adventures has brought back their October events until the end of the month. Both of these events are fairly new and fall-themed based around both Halloween and the season in general, as seen by the pumpkin-based food and the jack-o’-lantern iconography across the park. The Pumpkin Spice Festival is ...

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Lil Nas X bears it all for debut album, ‘MONTERO’

Sept. 17 was a wild day for the internet: after much anticipation—and plenty of strange maternity-style photos—singer/songwriter Lil Nas X finally released his first full-length album, ‘MONTERO’. This album was highly personal for him, with songs on pain, grief, distrust and confidence. It was also star-studded with collaborations with other famous artists such as Miley Cyrus, Megan Thee Stallion and ...

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10 songs for a relaxing fall semester

With the commencement of the fall semester and return of in-person classes, VSU has come to life. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused students to become more easily stressed with the balance of school, work and social lives. Everyone handles their stress differently: entertainment like television or social media, exercise to release energy and meditation. One method stands out and is ...

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