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VSU welcomes Nepali natives

Written by: Hillary Straba/Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   Apa Sherpa holds the world record for successfully climbing Mount Everest twenty-one times between the years of 1990 and 2011. Wednesday night, the VSU English Department hosted two Nepali natives, Dr. Samrat Upadhyay and Sherpa, in the Student Union Theater. The evening’s speakers took the audience from the streets of Kathmandu to ...

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Do not segregate registration

Written by: Ritsuki Miyazaki  It’s that time of the year for students to start getting worried about their current classes. Not only that, but students also have to start considering their classes for next semester. Yes, early registration for spring 2014 has started. The first week of early registration can be very stressful and busy, especially for freshmen and sophomores looking ...

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Robbery prompts ATM relocation

Written by: Joe Adgie/Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   The ATM at the University Center is moving to the Student Union. That was revealed by VSU President Dr. William McKinney at last Thursday’s Faculty Senate meeting during his question and answer session. Dr. McKinney explained the reasoning behind the move. “An ATM should be in the Student Union,” Dr. McKinney said. ...

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DREAM Act forum gets a turn out

Written by: Khiry Clements/Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   On Wednesday at 7 p.m the College of Arts and Lecture Series hosted an open forum about the DREAM Act. With a crowd of roughly 100 people, the event was hosted by College of Arts and Sciences and The Department of Modern and Classical Language. DREAM stands for Development Relief and Education ...

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Call boxes offer more protection than we think

Written by: Cole Edwards / Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   There are 28 tall, yellow boxes topped with a flashing blue light around campus. The boxes have “EMERGENCY” written down the side; however, the boxes are not only there for intense situations. “We get calls on everything from ‘my car is broken down,’ to thefts, to a student simply wanting ...

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BREAKING: Stabbing reported, VSU on lock down

OCT. 10, 2013–At approximately 10 p.m., VSU Communications and Media Relations confirmed a stabbing occurred on the Pedestrian Mall at main campus. An unidentified person was stabbed and rushed to South Georgia Medical Center. There are no current reports confirming if the victim and/or suspect were members of the VSU campus community. There is also no word on the arrest ...

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D&T Personal Training strives for a healthier university

Written by: Olivia Gear   Although bathing suit season is coming to an end, it’s never too late to work toward a beach body. For people seeking one-on-one assistance in and out of the gym, D&T Personal Training may be just what they’re looking for. Founded by Terence Boyd, former VSU fitness consultant, and Dezmon Gray, D&T Personal Training is ...

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Cool down with CORE

Written by: Abbie Baggerly   Anyone looking for an adrenaline rush should be glad to know that CORE will be taking students white-water rafting in the cool Appalachian Mountains on Sept. 28-29. CORE plans to tackle the rapids in Hiawassee, Ga. and Ocoee, Tenn. during the trip which will include rafting, hiking and plenty of water. “Water,” Sean Wilkinson, CORE ...

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