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Willie Downs is ‘blessed’ for a new oppourtunity

Written by Eric Jackson  After previously playing football for two junior colleges, the misunderstood standout thinks it’s safe to call Valdosta his final stop. The Blazers’ newly acquired wide receiver considers himself blessed to be granted another opportunity. “I’m trying to make this a home run,” Downs said. “That’s what I’m coming in for, to make this the best out ...

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Blazers defend national title in Macon Saturday

Written by Chris Kessler   VSU’s quest for a consecutive National Championship starts Saturday at Fort Valley State in the “Macon Heritage Classic.” Despite a decisive 62-14 victory over the Wildcats a year ago, VSU is not taking its season opener lightly. “We’re in a situation that we can’t take anyone lightly, and we’re going to get everyone’s best and ...

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Blazin’ Brigade ready to ‘rock’ the football field

by Cole Edwards   (Photos by Ritsuki Miyazaki)   All eyes may be on the Blazers at the start of the new football season, but the Blazin’ Brigade marching band is training to ensure that it is also ready for the upcoming football season. “We want to have the effect that it would be obvious if we were not (at ...

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Mixed media comes to Fine Arts Gallery

by Hillary Straba   (Photos by Ritsuki Miyazaki)   There’s an old saying, “those who cannot do, teach.” Clearly, whoever believes that notion has not been to the 2013 Faculty Art Exhibition. This mixed media exhibition features works from VSU art department faculty members and has everything from sculpture to animation. The exhibit will be available for viewers at no ...

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Meet Juliana Boehm

Written by Ritsuki Miyazaki   Meet Juliana Boehm, a VSU tennis player and cross country runner.   She was born in Sochi, Russia, and grew up in Mannheim, Germany.   Her accomplishments include being named one of the Gulf South Conference Runners of the Week in 2012.  Even in the middle of the season, Boehm continues to bring a positive ...

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Exhibit celebrates African heritage

Written by Ritsuki Miyazaki   VSU African American Studies presented the Sankofa African American Museum on Wheels on Wednesday, which showcased African American history.   The exhibit will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today in the University Center Magnolia Room.   Angela Jennings, the owner and the curator of the museum, established Sankofa in 1995 as a way ...

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Abuse of disabled parking permits

Written by Ritsuki Miyazaki   Parking issues on campus continue to rise as students take advantage of disabled parking spaces on campus.   According to the VSU Parking Department, there are a total of 6,063 parking spaces on campus. 4,337 spots are designated for students, and 184 are designated as disabled parking spaces.   To park in the disabled parking ...

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