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Blazers need ‘Black Swarm’ to best Falcons

Let’s take a walk through history. A team goes undefeated in the most vaunted football conference in the nation. Breaks the single season scoring record in that conference and is the nation’s top scoring offense. In post season action they outscore opponents by a margin of 127-37 and the team still hasn’t played their best football yet. At least not ...

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Preview: Faculty senate proposes student GPA change

The Faculty Senate will meet Thursday to discuss the possibility of introducing a new provision to the way student GPAs are calculated at VSU. The Senate will discuss that subject and other topics at its regular monthly meeting at the Magnolia Room in the University Center at 3:30 p.m. At the recent meeting, VSU Provost Robert Smith proposed calculating student ...

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Something wicked comes this way: Check out the ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’

Liars, kittens and witches, oh my!   Netflix has officially released the trailer for the television adaptation of Archie Horror comic book series, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”  In this version, Sabrina Spellman is still a human-warlock hybrid being raised by her two aunts, Hilda and Zelda, while juggling high school, love and her powers. With its network being Netflix, expect the series to take ...

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Preview: Night on Fire

The Division of Student Affairs will once again host Night on Fire, the official student awards and recognition celebration on April 24. This year, Housing and Residence Life will be recognizing: Resident Assistant of the year Front Desk Worker of the year Facility Assistant of the year Hall Director of the year The individual student awards include the Burning Bright ...

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Relay for life is back at VSU

Once again VSU will host the annual Relay for Life event for the fight against cancer on April 13 on VSU’s front lawn. Samantha Watson-Jones, the coordinator of the event, said she loves coming back to VSU every year to see students and the community come together for a great cause. “It really shows that you can be a part ...

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Helium balloons may be grounded by Faculty Senate

The Faculty Senate will consider outlawing the release of helium-filled balloons by students at organization events on Thursday at the its monthly meeting. The senate will discuss this and other issues on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 3:30 p.m. in the University Center Magnolia Room. The helium-balloon policy was submitted by the Environmental Issues Committee at the senate’s November meeting. Discussion ...

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Preview: ‘The Imaginary Invalid’ a must-see

The VSU Theatre program will be putting on the production, “The Imaginary Invalid” later this week and next. “The Imaginary Invalid” is a comedy-ballet that is performed in two acts, and is set in 1673 France during Louis XIV’s reign. The French playwright Molière originally wrote the production. The play is based on the tale of a man named Argan, who is a hypochondriac that doesn’t like to spend money. Argan (Aaron Moore) is trying to find a doctor for his daughter Angelica (Haley Aguero) to ...

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Preview: ‘I and You’ will be a tear-jerker

VSU Theater will bring “I and You,” a heartfelt, touching play based on the endless and unpredictable tribulations of life, to the stage beginning this week. The play was written by award-winning playwright Lauren Gunderson, an Atlanta native who received her bachelor’s degree in English and creative writing from Emory University. The plot, which takes place over the course of a single day, is ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

Check the current number of cases on the VSU campus here!