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Doskow’s love for baseball pushes him to success

Every time the Blazer’s junior first baseman, EJ Doskow, steps onto the diamond, he said he wants to do the “little things right”. However, through the first three weeks of the 2022 baseball season, EJ has been doing some very big things. Through the first 11 games of the season, the second-year starter has racked up 24 RBIs for the ...

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VSU softball sweeps Alabama Huntsville

The No. 2 VSU softball team (9-2, 3-0 GSC) busted out the brooms in their opening home series against No. 25 Alabama Huntsville (8-4, 0-3 GSC). The three-game home series, which was played on Saturday, Feb. 19 and Sunday, Feb. 20, was also the conference opener for both teams. The Lady Blazers won the games 11-3, 6-5, and 4-3. The ...

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The no. 24 ranked Lady Blazers keep rolling

The Lady Hawks of Shorter University were no match for the streaking Lady Blazers in the Complex Saturday afternoon. The Lady Blazers cruised to their seventh straight win against the 4-14 Lady Hawks, 77-35. With their second 40-point win over the Lady Hawks this season, the Lady Blazers improve to 21-4 holding tight at second in the Gulf South Conference ...

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Blazers win 3 of 4 to close out home stand

Thanks to some hot hitting from the top of the batting order, the Blazers notched wins in two out of three games over the weekend in the Gulf South Conference opening series against the Alabama Huntsville Chargers. Junior first baseman E.J. Doskow has been on fire for the Blazers to start the season, and the Chargers felt the heat as ...

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Self-Love at VSU

On Feb. 17, VSU hosted the Self-Love and Compassion Festival at the Palms Quad, which was ran by a number of clubs who set up crafts and activities designed to help students relax and remember to love themselves first. The event had activities such as self-care kits, meditation and mindfulness exercises, DIY journal decoration, manicures and treats. There were also ...

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Column: How to be a good roommate

Living away from home is hard, and having to share your space with a stranger on top of that may seem scary.  However, living with a roommate isn’t all that bad, especially if you play your part.  Here are just a few tips on how to live with a roommate.  Establish boundaries Putting boundaries in place when you first start ...

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Photos: Gas prices continue to rise

Gas prices have been steadily on the rise since the end of April 2020, and that isn’t expected to change anytime soon due to inflation, international tensions and COVID-19. According to GasBuddy, gas prices have continued to rise for the past seven weeks. A gallon currently costs an average of $3.47 nationwide, which is 4.6 cents more than last week ...

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CAB hosts Paint and Sip

As a way to get everyone in the spirit of love for Valentine’s Day, CAB has been hosting activities on campus as a part of their month-long Sending You Love campaign. Events for this month ranged from movie nights in the Student Union to Blazer Ball speed dating. On Feb. 7, CAB held a Valentine’s Paint & Sip. The event ...

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Blazers split south Florida trip 1-2

The Blazers spent the weekend in south Florida, playing three games in three days in three different cities. They dropped two of three games to return home 3-3 on the young 2022 season. Game 1: Friday, At Nova Southeastern University VSU started strong against the Sharks of Nova Southeastern University (6-0), but miscues added up for the Blazers as the ...

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Diversity and Inclusion discuss “Being a Black Sheep in the Creative Community”

On February 10, VSU’s Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion hosted their Creative Forum event. The title of the event was “Being a Black Sheep in the Creative Community,” and dealt with issues such as the creative and educational identity of the African-American community in 2022, how the past and present have affected these identities, and how the surrounding communities ...

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