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Classical concert to feature award-winning solo cellist

The Valdosta Symphony Orchestra (VSO) will present a Classical Masters concert Saturday at 8 p.m. in Whitehead Auditorium, conducted by Dr. Howard Hsu. Dr. Hsu is the Music Director of the Symphony Orchestra, Director of Orchestra Studies and an assistant professor of music. The program features pieces from two of the greatest composers of the Classical era, Mozart’s bubbly Symphony ...

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Flu season here, VSU offers shots

The Student Health Center is providing flu vaccinations to all students wishing to be immunized as long as quantities last. According to Lynette Lewis, assistant director and administrator for VSU Health Center, there has been an increase in the number of flu cases in the Valdosta area. The Center for Disease Control keeps a weekly archive called the FluView report ...

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First Generation allows students college insight

Gwendolyn Williams and Sheila Wakeley, staff counselors of the VSU counseling center, are giving first generation students at VSU an opportunity to have a First Generation Group at VSU. The term first generation student refers to an individual who is the first in their family to pursue a college education. These students often face distinctive academic and social challenges that ...

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Diversity Days celebration

The office of Social Equity is inviting all units of the VSU campus to participate in the campus-wide celebration of Diversity Days that will extend the entire month of March. According to Mrs. Maggie Viverette, Director of the Office of Social Equity at VSU, her office is devoted to aiding the campus community in creating an environment that is welcoming ...

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Disabled parking labeled a problem

Disabled Parking violations are an issue that VSU traffic and parking enforcement deal with on a continual basis. According to Sergeant Carolyn Glock of the VSU Police Department, although the problem does occur here on the VSU campus, it is minimal. Parking violations include disabled parking fraud, making use of a disabled hang tag or permit registered in someone else’s ...

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Company offering cash for notes

Taking notes in class could now pay off in more ways than one. Notehall, a web based document marketplace, is giving students the opportunity to turn their school notes into cash by hiring them for its note-taker positions. The note-taking position calls for a semester or quarter long employment term, according to Danielle A. Donaldson, brand ambassador for Notehall and ...

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