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Annual Azalea Festival Comes Back to Valdosta

The 22nd Annual Valdosta-Lowndes Azalea Festival will be making its comeback at Drexel Park this upcoming weekend from March 12-13 to share and celebrate the culture of South Georgia. The Annual Azalea Festival is a community event where people from all over are invited to support local businesses and enjoy the festivities that the region has to offer. The festival ...

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Freedom of Expression: A Brave Space Dialogue

The Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion held a YouTube live on Monday at 6 p.m. called Freedom of Expression: A Brave Space Dialogue. The dialogue discussed how the first amendment relates to students, faculty and staff and what to do when being targeted by someone’s right to free speech as a response to the protestors who have been coming ...

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Blazers fend off Falcons, win 2 of 3

The VSU baseball (12-5) team collected another series victory this weekend, besting the Montevallo Falcons (14-4) two games-to-one. We are now a month into the season, and the Blazers have yet to lose a series. With the two wins the Blazers move into the second spot in the Gulf South Conference with a 6-2 conference record. The Blazers entered the ...

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Where do students prefer to study?

Studying is important for students to become more knowledgeable in their field, but there are various ways one can accomplish it. One of many important factors to gain the most from studying is the location. The VSU campus provides many places to study, but where do students prefer to study the most? The Spectator Newsletter asked readers to choose from ...

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Photos: VSU after dark

During the day VSU is bustling with students rushing to class, heading to the Union for food or studying and relaxing on the Front Lawn. At night, however, things are a bit different. Here’s a look into VSU when the day is done. West Hall stays lit despite no students being inside. Almost no traffic is present in the Hopper ...

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Streaming Services are Best for Discovering New Jams

In a time where access to music is at our fingertips thanks to technology, the Spectator Newsletter asked our readers where they are likely to find new music. Responses show that word of mouth and online news publications are not ways music will be least likely discovered with 0 votes each. What then may not come as a surprise is ...

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Results from Spectator SuperBowl poll are in

Did readers predict the winner of the Superbowl? The Superbowl between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals has already quickly passed with the Rams winning the Superbowl, but could readers predict the winner? On Feb. 10, the Spectator Newsletter included a poll within the Special Edition Superbowl Newsletter. Results show that between both newsletters that were sent that ...

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Blazers fight the Flames, sweep series 2-0

The VSU baseball team escaped unscathed from their trip to Tennessee play the Lee Flames this weekend, sweeping the series 2-0. With the wins the Blazers improve to 9-4 on the season and 4-1 in conference play, half a game out of second place. Lee, picked third in the conference in the preseason coaches’ poll, drops into a four-way tie ...

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Student Spotlight: Meet Thomas Evans

Thomas Evans is a senior applied mathematics major who loves math, foreign languages and philosophy. His hobbies include playing the guitar and keyboard, yoga, meditation and learning languages. His favorite song is “Jacaranda Tree” by Josh Garrels, and his favorite genres are folk, Americana, funk and blues. His favorite movie is “Transcendence” with Johnny Depp. Evans admires his sister, mother, ...

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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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