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People poll: How do you stay healthy in college?

“I go to Crossfit classes everyday, sometimes twice a day,” Austin McCord, a sophomore exercise physiology major, said. “I drink a lot of water and a lot of green tea … it flushed your system.” “I think it’s not only important to stay healthy physically, but also to take care of your mental and emotional well-being being,” Samantha Mora, a ...

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People Poll: Do you go to the first day of class?

  “Yes I do, to meet the teacher and find out what the teacher is like, and to show you’re going to be attending class,” said Jake Jones, a senior finance major.   “Yes, to make sure I know what I need to know for the year,” said Hannah Watkins, a junior exercise physiology said. “Yes, because it’s important to ...

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People poll: How do you feel about politics after 2017?

“My views have changed only because we went from Obama to Trump and I don’t know how to deal with it,” Devin Neal, a junior business major, said. “My views on politics haven’t really changed. Trump with this wall though; I see his purpose, but there are many ways he can work around that. With all this foreign policy, I ...

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People poll: How do you deal with stress?

“I deal with stress by listening to gospel music,” Essence Gram, a junior criminal justice major, said. “I pray to God every morning and every night so when I encounter problems I know how to deal with them,” Ashanti Henderson, a sophomore biology pre-pharmacy major, said. “I make a list and I check everything off so I make sure I get ...

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People Poll: Do you think SOI’s are beneficial?

“Though I can see the benefits of the SOI’s, I don’t believe they correctly convey the quality of the professor since the people who made a bad grade and blame the teachers for it are more likely to respond to the SOI’s in a negative light,” said Malik Barnes, a freshman jazz performance major. “Personally I feel indifferent about SOI’s, ...

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People Poll: what are you doing for the holidays?

“I’m going home to be with my family and Douglas, Ga,” said Chris Jordon, a junior mass media major. “I will also be traveling to see my family.” “Over the Thanksgiving break, I will be traveling to North Carolina and for Christmas break I will be here in Valdosta with family,” said Hannah Jones, a junior middle grades education major. ...

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People Poll: Should guns laws be more strict?

“If a way is found to help people feel safer on campus, I think that they wouldn’t feel the need to carry on campus as much,” Robert De La Cruz, a junior computer science major, said. “I don’t think that the law should even really be in place, but I do understand why they are there. I am not really ...

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People Poll: What artist do you want for the VSU spring concert?

“I voted for Lucci for the spring concert because I like his music a lot,” Amari Jones, a sophomore early childhood education major, said. “I voted for Dolph because of the possibility of him bringing other well-known artist with him,” Raekwon Williams, a senior art major, said. “I voted for Waka Flocka because he was the only name I recognized,” Snowflake ...

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People Poll: What do you do when class is cancelled?

“Sleep,” said Brianna Ferrelli, a freshmen biology major. “I go work out over at the VSU Rec Center,” said John Kramer, a junior psychology major. “Go back to sleep, that’s about it,” said David McMillian, a junior public relations major. “I usually take time to rest,” said Sylandi Brown, a sophmore speech communication major. “Sleep, nothing but sleep,” said Brandon ...

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People Poll: Do you feel safe on campus?

After informing students of the crime report last week, we asked them if they felt safe on campus. “I haven’t encountered any crime or anything to make me feel unsafe,” said Tarvis Holt, a freshman exercise physiology major. “To me the campus, I haven’t seen anything. I feel fine.” “In general I usually do, but with that news, I didn’t ...

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