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Making it rain: Delaney Bernard is changing the VSU offense

Junior Delaney Bernard is like any other great shooter. She has a great ability of shooting a three-pointer at nearly 40 percentefficiency. Unlike most great shooters who stick to trends and superstition, she’s used her opportunity at VSU to get out of her comfort zone. Bernard is now putting together her best season to date, her first at VSU after ...

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Red Hots: The overlooked champions of Titletown

VSU is home to numerous championship programs, but their successful dance team has gone under the radar. VSU’s Red Hots dance team has won the National Dance Association championship the last three years, and five of the last ten. Head coach Kelli Fields is one of the longest tenured coaches at VSU. going on her 14 season. She has instilled ...

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Lady Blazers softball looks to continue winning ways

The Valdosta State Women’s Softball team are gearing up for another swing at bringing a championship back to Titletown. The Lady Blazers are looking forward for this upcoming season and they believe that this is their year to win. VSU lost in the South Regional last season against West Florida 4-3. The team hasn’t forgotten the pain they felt last ...

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Blazer baseball looking to build off of last season

The Valdosta State Blazers made it to the NCAA South Region II tournament last season. This season, they look to keep the momentum going in the right direction. While the Blazers lost a bunch of talent at the plate, Head Coach Greg Guilliams is confident that players who had starting roles last year will step up to be the new ...

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Column: Blazers Building Momentum

The Blazers have been rolling to begin their season, slamming their competition in Albany State and Fort Valley State. The fire-power offense that the Blazers possess is something that they did not have last season when they went 5-4. It appears that they have found stability at the quarterback position with Redshirt Sophomore, Rogan Wells. Wells led the team in ...

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Opinion: The highlights from the Oscars

The 90th annual Oscars Award Show premiered on March 4. The night was filled with great accomplishments for new actors and actresses, some mundane yet interesting fashion choices and groundbreaking moments. The Oscars was better than usual. After the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite became a trending topic in 2016, the Oscars recognized their lack of diversity within the award show. The category ...

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Jazz, caribbean rhythms flow through Pops in the Park

Pops in the Park was hosted by the Music Scholarship Alliance on Thursday, Oct. 5th at the Fine Arts Building Amphitheatre. This event featured performances by VSU’s very own: The Spotlighters, the Steel Drum Band and faculty and student jazz ensembles. Special guest Danté Flowers also entertained playing the piano. Flowers is the owner and chief executive officer of Enhanced ...

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Lowndes area suffers damage after Irma

Lowndes County and a majority of South Georgia experienced massive damage from tropical storm Irma early Monday morning. Power crews are working to fix downed power lines and restore power to the cities. This could take several days due to the amount of damage by fallen trees in cities such as Valdosta. Some power crews are being told they are ...

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Updated Hurricane Irma Forecast Sept. 8 at 5 p.m.

On Sept. 8, 2017 at 5 p.m. the National Weather Service released new predictions that show Hurricane Irma set to encapsulate the state of Florida on Sunday morning. The storm is on track to move into Southeast Georgia on Monday morning. Orlando, Florida, which lies halfway between the southern tip of Florida, where landfall is expected, and Valdosta, Georgia, is expected to ...

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