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Free counseling groups available to VSU students

Written by Kelsey Dickerson, Staff Writer The counseling center is a great resource for free counseling if you’re ever feeling overwhelmed and need someone to talk to. Each semester counselors offer a variety of therapy groups to help students figure out their problems alongside one another, in addition to or instead of meeting a counselor one-on-one. This semester, the counseling ...

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‘Oklahoma!’: the review

Written by Kelsey Dickerson, Staff Writer Valdosta State Theatre & Dance’s run of “Oklahoma!” opened last Thursday to a nearly sold out theater and a well-deserved standing ovation. The first night of “Oklahoma!” at VSU marked the 73rd anniversary of the musical’s opening night back in 1943. “Oklahoma!”, a classic Broadway musical by Oscar Hammerstine II, follows the love story ...

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Washington on lockdown after shooting incident

Written by Kelsey Dickerson, Staff Writer The Capitol was on lockdown for nearly an hour Monday following what the DC Police Department dubbed an “isolated incident” via Twitter. According to CNN, the lockdown was the result of a Tennessee man, Larry Russell Dawson, pulling out a gun at the Capitol Visitors’ Center. The suspect was caught by metal detectors upon ...

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Women take the stage for ‘V-Monologues’

Written by Kelsey Dickerson, Staff Writer This past weekend women gathered on campus to enjoy a show about themselves. February 25 through the 27, Valdosta State’s Women’s and Gender Studies program put on The Vagina Monologues, written by playwright and women’s activist Eve Ensler, in the student union theater. The theater was transformed into a more intimate stage with a ...

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‘In God we trust’ affects church/state separation

Written by Kelsey Dickerson, Staff Writer Last month a group of atheists represented by Sacramento-based attorney Michael Newdow filed a federal lawsuit in a bid to get “In God We Trust” removed from all U.S. currency. The group argues that printing the slogan on money forces them to accept and redistribute a message they do not believe in almost every ...

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LSD to increase focus and creativity

Written by Kelsey Dickerson, Staff Writer You might associate LSD with the 70’s or the rave scene, but the drug is getting a new face. Young professionals—most notably business men and women along with electronic coding workers all over the United States— are experimenting with sub-perceptual doses of psychedelic drugs to boost performance and creativity. The new trend, dubbed “micro-dosing” ...

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