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Photos: What Should You Have When Studying?

With finals right around the corner, VSU students may be stressed trying to find the right way to study. However, many students don’t have time to figure out the best way of studying, especially right before the end of the semester. So, here are a few things you should have on hand to take some of your pressure away. 1. ...

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“Fresh” New Movie Out for Horror Fans

On Jan. 22, Hulu released its original movie “Fresh,” a brand new horror film that currently has an 81% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.   The film features Sebastian Stan, known for his role as James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes/The Winter Soldier in the Marvel franchise, and up-and-coming actress Daisy Edgar-Jones, who starred in “Normal People” as Marianne.  If you like gory but laid-back horror, this ...

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The Haven holds their annual Clothesline Project

On April 13, The Haven displayed the Clothesline Project, an installation presented with the purpose of raising awareness for sexual assault survivors on college campuses. The event lasted until April 15, and survivors were invited to paint a shirt with a message on it about their experiences. Some of these shirts directly called out their rapists. Others were messages of ...

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Mental Health Awareness Presentation

Wednesday night at 5:30 p.m. the Department of Social Work held a Mental Health Awareness Virtual Presentation on Zoom. The presentation was hosted by Master of Social Work students Alivia Thomas, Debra McCauley and Lashannon Turner. The presentation opened by discussing mental health and the stigma and effects surrounding it. Three special guests were present to speak about their careers ...

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Top casual games for college students

With finals week coming up, students are looking for ways to relax. Here are the best cozy and casual games for college students to de-stress with! Included are prices, platforms the game is available on, and genre!   1. Stardew Valley   Price: $14.99  Platforms: Computer, Switch, Xbox, PlayStation, Mobile   Genre: Farming, Simulation   Stardew Valley is the top ...

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Editorial: New Georgia Gun Law Could Lead to Unforeseen Dangers

Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill on April 12 that allows Georgia residents to carry a handgun in public without a permit or background check. This includes residents of 32 other states who visit Georgia, including Alabama, Tennessee and Arizona. Before this bill was signed, Georgians were required to pass a background check, pay a fee of approximately $75 and ...

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Nineteenth Amendment a focus at Odum book discussion

The reflection on Woman’s Suffrage continues in a discussion on the book, “Women Making History: The 19th Amendment,” which is an in-depth look at other factors and perspectives of when the Nineteenth Amendment was passed.  This is considered a handbook by the Official National Park Service that includes multiple visuals and essay contributions that make it easy to understand for ...

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Blazer week stormed through campus last week

Blazer Week Kickoff started their events on Monday, and from 5-8 p.m., CAB held festivities on the front lawn that included axe throwing, food trucks and games. Because of the storm that blew through Valdosta last week, Tuesday’s Amazing Race event was cancelled. Wednesday’s Screen on the Green was also cancelled, which was scheduled to air “Spiderman: No Way Home” ...

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People Poll: How Do You Feel About the “Don’t Say Gay” Bill, and Do You Think Georgia Will Adopt This Bill?

Jonathan Pelham, sophomore psychology major “I disapprove because it takes away the origins of life. I don’t think Georgia will get this bill because we’re too southern.” Jillian Blevins, sophomore communication disorders major “It’s absolutely disgusting children should be able to learn as much as they can in school—especially in public school. It’s definitely a possibility with the political state ...

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