The VSU football team has been having a hard time adjusting to the season and fans are really starting to notice. The Blazers have lost three straight games for the first time since 2013. Additionally, it is the first time they’ve had a losing record at any point of a season since 2017. Christian Vasquez, Freshman Business major, said “I ...Read More »
People Poll: Marvel vs. DC
“Marvel has become tiresome in terms of movies. Meanwhile, DC’s animated flicks are still amazing.” Daniel DeMesseman, sophomore secondary education major with a concentration in history “I definitely enjoy watching marvel more than DC, so I’m going to have to choose marvel.” Maggie Stewart, freshman pre-medicine biology major “I definitely like Marvel better. I strongly believe that their characters ...Read More »
People Poll: How Do You Feel About the “Don’t Say Gay” Bill, and Do You Think Georgia Will Adopt This Bill?
Jonathan Pelham, sophomore psychology major “I disapprove because it takes away the origins of life. I don’t think Georgia will get this bill because we’re too southern.” Jillian Blevins, sophomore communication disorders major “It’s absolutely disgusting children should be able to learn as much as they can in school—especially in public school. It’s definitely a possibility with the political state ...Read More »
Poll Response: Spring break allowed for a lot of needed ZZZs
With finals right around the corner, many students are anticipating summer break. However, just last month VSU had spring break, and the Spectator Newsletter wanted to know what our readers decided to spend their time. Responses ranged from resting/sleeping, going on a fun trip, spending quality family/friend time or something else not listed as ‘other’ as the final option. There ...Read More »
Where do students prefer to study?
Studying is important for students to become more knowledgeable in their field, but there are various ways one can accomplish it. One of many important factors to gain the most from studying is the location. The VSU campus provides many places to study, but where do students prefer to study the most? The Spectator Newsletter asked readers to choose from ...Read More »
People Poll: Are your classes going well so far?
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 ...Read More »
Spectator Favorites: Thanksgiving Pie Edition
TJ – None “Pie is a disgrace to pastries everywhere.” Madison – Sweet Potato “It’s sweeter than pumpkin pie, and my aunt used to make one special for me during the holidays.” Bailey – Pumpkin “Pumpkin pie is like the perfect balance of tart and sweet, so I love it because it doesn’t make me sick after I eat it.” ...Read More »
A cheesy winner
Thanksgiving has quickly passed, but the holiday season is in full swing. There’s often food to bring people together in celebration and giving thanks. The Spectator Newsletter ran a poll asking what your favorite part of a Thanksgiving meal is. The selection was among the most common dishes including turkey, ham, mac and cheese, dressing, and pumpkin pie. This poll ...Read More »
People Poll: What did you do for Halloween?
The Halloween season has ended and the festivities have settled. This year is one of the first that have been celebrated face-to-face in 18 months. Nevertheless, the people have spoken and decided to make this the year that it goes out with a bang. “I stayed in on Halloween Night and watched movies and ate food with my roommate,” Leah ...Read More »