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The International Program reorganizes

As VSU continues to make a few alterations within some of the academic programs, the International Program seems to be next on the list. The International Program focuses on supporting international students, as well as exchange students, accepted into the program while also providing study abroad programs and opportunities for students native to VSU. International students usually come to VSU ...

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VSU French Major interns in the French Parliament

Étudiante en français de VSU stagiaire à l’Assemblée nationale à Paris. Translation: VSU French major – intern at the French Parliament in Paris. Mathilde Anik Vedel, a senior French major, transferred to VSU in spring 2021 as an online student. Anik Vedel is not an international student at VSU but is an American and French citizen. She was born in ...

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A glance into VSU’s interior design program and senior exhibition

Tucked into a hallway behind entrance ten of the University Center, students can find VSU’s interior design program, a lesser-known course of study yet one full of dedication. Emely Montes de Oca and Mackenzie Percy, both senior interior design majors, have been working alongside other seniors in the program to hold their first senior exhibition Size and Space. “Usually our ...

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CAB hosts Coffehouse and Creatives

On Tuesday, April 11, Campus Activity Board hosted their annual Coffeehouse and Creatives event. This event showcased art forms of all sorts, such as singing, poetry and guitar. The event was held in the Student Union behind Starbucks.  A coffee bar was set up just behind the check-in table, and students were able to customize their order of iced coffee ...

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Editorial: Public voice is necessary for unsolved cases

On Tuesday, April 18, the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office announced they need the public’s help in regards to an unsolved homicide from 2022. On April 19, 2022, 21-year-old Tavares Roshawn Sanders was found deceased in Lake Park, Georgia, after deputies received a suspicious phone call. According to WTXL Tallahasee, Sanders’s body was found on a dirt road; his car was ...

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It’s time to vote for SGA

VSU students can now vote for their Student Government Association representation. Voting opened on April 12 and will close on April 13 at 9 p.m. SGA members are student-elected and “meet regularly to formulate meaningful recommendations, advocate on behalf of the Student Body, and initiate programs that fall in line with SGAs’ mission,” according to the VSU SGA website. For ...

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Spectator wins prestigious journalism awards

The Spectator brought home seven awards from the recent Georgia College Press Association journalism contest, including a second place in overall general excellence, the highest honor the group has received in recent memory. The University of Georgia was the only school to finish higher in the general excellence category among colleges with over 10,000 students. The Spectator staff traveled to ...

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VSU professors respond after Tennessee representative expulsions

In the wake of Tennessee’s House Of Representatives expelling two of their members, professors at VSU have taken the time to weigh in on the issue.  The Tennessee House of Representatives voted to expel Reps. Justin Jones (D-Nashville), Justin Pearson (D-Memphis) and Gloria Johnson (D-Knoxville) from their positions in office after they joined a protest during a House meeting. While ...

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Photos: CAB hosts Paint and Sip to help students rewind

On April 5, VSU’s Campus Activities Board hosted a “Paint and Sip” event to give students a well-deserved break from school, work and other activities. This is an event that CAB normally hosts once a semester. CAB provided canvases, paint and an assortment of beverages for students to choose from and allowed the students to paint whatever they wanted. Check ...

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