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That’s sew fashion: Get ready for fall fashion

Attention! Calling all Fashion junkies to the stage! Fashion has always been my pain reliever. You can tell how I’m feeling just by looking at my outfit. It usually takes me an hour to pick out an outfit for the day, two hours at the most. Now before we get into it, I just want to be clear. Everyone’s fashion ...

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A ‘plus-sized’ opening: Perfectly Priscilla settles in Valdosta

Downtown Valdosta received another addition to its chic plaza on Oct. 8 with the grand opening of Perfectly Priscilla, a “curvy girl” clothing boutique. Originally operating out of a warehouse and selling online, Perfectly Priscilla’s Valdosta location would be the company’s first major physical location. Deidre Thompson, CEO and main fashion designer, said she’s excited about their new location. She ...

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Baytree Villa stands tall through weather delays

Junior Kyle Duke was excited to see his new apartment in August, but he never expected to move into it after school started. “Constructions of the apartments themselves were on time, but it was mother nature that put some things behind,” Duke said. Construction on Baytree Villa apartments began at the beginning of the summer and didn’t get finished until ...

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Freshman SGA senators reveal their road to success

SGA announced its new 2018 freshmen senators last Thursday, Aug. 30, and they’re raring to get to work. Filled with hopes and dreams, the freshman senators are ready to make changes at VSU. Sen. Aminata Lewis is just one in a sea of 21 ready to make it happen. Lewis, a psychology major, said one of her primary goals is ...

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Students mingle at the Multicultural Mixer

On Thursday, Aug. 16, VSU organizations held a multicultural mixer in the Student Union Ballroom to show students how diverse the campus is. The event included about 17 of the campus’s organizations such as Alpha Phi Alpha, The Arabic Club and The Caribbean Student Association. To start the program off Mu Omicron Chapter presented a stroll routine. The program then ...

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Get to know the SGA vice presidential candidate: Amea Thompson

Initially running for secretary, the public relations major and VSU sophomore, Amea Thompson, is now running to be the next SGA vice president. “I wasn’t expecting to be running for vice president, but I’m really excited because this is something I’m really passionate about,” Thompson said. “I feel as if I’m prepared for it.” Thompson is a current senator in ...

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SGA senator proposes mandatory community service for VSU

SGA senator, Tyler Tucker, plans to get VSU students more involved in the community with his mandatory community service proposal. Tucker’s proposed bill makes it mandatory for students to participate in at least three hours of community service. Tucker said SGA and his high school’s 4-H program influenced him to come up with this proposal. “Being involved in the 4-H ...

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‘Roots’ caps off Black History Month

On Wednesday, Feb. 28, the Collegiate Men of VSU collaborated with the Mu Omicron chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and NAACP to host the 2nd annual Roots scholarship dinner. This event took place in the Magnolia room in the University Center and allowed attendees a chance to win a $100 scholarship and an ATM voucher. The winner was ...

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