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Softball earns first bye in GSC tournament

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer The bases were loaded and everyone came home as the Blazers beat Delta State 9-3. As an added bonus, West Georgia fell to Shorter 1-0, allowing the Blazers to jump into second place and earn a first-round bye heading into the Gulf South Conference Tournament this week in Florence, Alabama. With the victory, the ...

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ZipCar give students option for driving

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer ZipCar is a revolutionary car rental service that appeals to young adults with its low age requirement, low prices and hourly rental capabilities. Recently, ZipCar has been implemented on a few campuses across the United States. ZipCar allows students ages 21 years and older with ok driving history and a valid driver’s license to ...

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Netflix Picks: The go-to movie to watch at home

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer If you are still looking to “Netflix and chill” even after the colder months have passed, or simply want to watch a movie by your lonesome, then this list is for you.  The list below is collaboration between my own movie experiences and some suggested titles. City of God This movie has personally become ...

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Are self-driving cars necessary?

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Imagine a world where your car drives for you. No more rushing to work, no more having trouble eating and driving at the same time, no more worrying about who’s going to be D.D. for the night. Now imagine this very same world; but not only do cars drive by themselves, they also suggest ...

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Campus Carry: Pro/Con

PRO: Bring them on Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Much speculation has gone on concerning the bill on whether concealed weapons should be carried on a college campus. As citizens of the United States, we have the right to bear arms. States that implemented “shall-issue” concealed carry laws reduced murders by 8.5 percent, rapes by 5 percent, aggravated assaults ...

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Freelance writers can now find work on Facebook

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer With the journalism industry in a slow decline, Facebook has decided to open up Instant Articles to any publisher; any publisher being professional media organizations as well as freelance and amateur writers. This means that anybody will have access to the same revenue streams as Facebook’s professional partners as long as they sign up ...

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Free College would be an investment in America’s future

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Anyone who has ever attended college could easily argue that tuition should be free and recently, it has finally become the center of political conversation. Obama has already proposed a bill that would make the costs of attending a community or two year institution free. Bernie Sanders is proposing an idea that all colleges ...

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Entrepreneurial student launches own brand

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Taylor Morrell, 21, a senior mass media major from East Atlanta, Ga., has created Hallelujah Trends, a brand that promotes individuality, creativity, and people being true to themselves. Upon meeting the Hallelujah Trends founder, you are almost instantly affected by the positive energy that she gives off. Taylor’s brand is a reflection of her ...

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Highly-aclaimed ‘Steve Jobs’ film fails to draw audience

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Despite great reviews from the likes of the New York Times, Rotten Apple and a few other sites for the critics, “Steve Jobs” has failed at the box office, mirroring the company’s humble beginnings. Directors Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle’s movie has been pulled from 2,072 screens nationwide, including Valdosta Stadium Cinemas 16. After ...

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Peonia named GSC’s Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Susanna Peonia was named GSC’s Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week for outstanding effort that totaled to a number of 15 blocks and an average of 1.07 blocks per set on the week. This only added to her consistent performance as she is currently leading the GSC in blocks with 77. She also added ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

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