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ACTION takes actions for women’s rights

“Many empowering women fought for their right to vote, to hold public office and to get a seat at the table. To have equal rights, family laws, fair wages, equal pay, education, all the way down to our reproductive rights. It took several years for these women to accomplish most of these things, yet here we are in 2022 fighting ...

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Editorial: VSU needs to reconsider recycling efforts

Conversations about recycling, sustainability and energy conservation are becoming a huge topic amongst the current generation as we find out new information about the climate crisis, and VSU should not be an exemption from it.   For decades, people have known that we were and are currently in a climate crisis with temperatures slowly rising, the ice caps melting and, of ...

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Top movies to view this Fall

As the weather cools down and the leaves begin to fall, students are anticipating the return of fall. Amongst the cozy sweaters and mugs of hot drinks, fall movies are making their comeback. Here are five picks for best fall movies: 1. “Remember the Titans” A classic movie about the struggle of progression and comradery despite societal pressure, this movie ...

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Photos: Blazer Brain Break Game Show

Among the many different activities that took place on VSU campus during Homecoming week, the Blazer Brain Break Game Show was one of them. The game show was hosted by Johnathan Tran.   Students played different types of quizzes and games.       All students in attendance had a chance to participate in the event, battling it out for an ...

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People Poll: What’s wrong with the Blazers?

The VSU football team has been having a hard time adjusting to the season and fans are really starting to notice. The Blazers have lost three straight games for the first time since 2013. Additionally, it is the first time they’ve had a losing record at any point of a season since 2017. Christian Vasquez, Freshman Business major, said “I ...

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Editorial: Cultures are not your Halloween costumes

Halloween is right around the corner and now is a great time to remind you not to make different cultures and serial killers your Halloween costumes. On Wednesday, Oct. 19, VSU’s Student Diversity and Inclusion sent an e-mail to students and faculty with a flyer announcing that we should be aware that our fun should not be at the expense ...

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‘Fall’ fails to fall short on thrills

If you are an adrenaline junkie and enjoy thriller movies, the new movie “Fall” may be perfect for you. “Fall” is categorized as a thriller/survival movie and came out on August 12 with Scott Mann as the director. The main cast includes Virginia Gardner, Grace Caroline Currey and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. “Fall” also had a $3 million budget and was ...

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Editorial: VSU’s changes amongst this Homecoming season

Welcome back to another VSU Homecoming, where current students and alumni get together to celebrate the place where we all receive (or have received) our education. We are still the same VSU but with a few new changes.  Because of the life-changing COVID-19 pandemic, VSU enrollments numbers have decreased, causing administration to make changes to the way we know it ...

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Photos: VSU unveils North Campus walking trail

On Tuesday, Sept. 27, VSU unveiled its newest walking trail on campus. Located on North Campus, the trail is slightly under half a mile long and winds around the Health Sciences and Business Administration Building, Brown and Thaxton Halls. Created by Campus Wellness, USG and the Biology department, the walking trail program is part of an incentive to engage campus ...

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10 songs to “fall” in love with this autumn

With fall slowly approaching at VSU, it is time to have a playlist to get in the mood. Here are 10 songs to drink a pumpkin spice beverage to and feel like you are in your very own spooky movie. 1. “Cardigan” by Taylor Swift This song captures the essence of autumn and also highlights the short time you can ...

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