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The man behind the crown

Michael Sanders is VSU’s new homecoming king who wants to use his new status to give back to the students who supported him during his campaign. He plans to inspire his peers to be as involved and outgoing as possible to reach their goals. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Sanders is an active student at VSU. He is currently the vice ...

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Student Spotlight: Dustin Wall speaks all

Dustin Wall is a junior interdisciplinary studies major at VSU with a concentration in international studies, ESOL and fine arts. He has a unique set of skills that put him ahead in his major and future career. Originally from Winder, Georgia, Wall has attended VSU since 2013. He had to test the waters before deciding on his current major but ...

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The woman behind the crown

Jayla Flournoy, VSU’s new homecoming queen, is ready to make some changes around campus. Flournoy is a Thompson, Georgia native who plans to graduate with a degree in communication sciences and disorders. She won’t stop there, though. She wants to continue her education to obtain her master’s degree in speech pathology. “The reason I want to become a speech pathologist ...

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Official guidelines for on-campus parking

Most students can agree there is nothing worse than coming back to a parking ticket after a long day of classes. At VSU, tickets are issued often because of the inadequate amount of spaces located on main campus. To avoid being fined, students need to know all of the rules and regulations of parking at VSU. Here is all you ...

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Get into the holiday spirit

It’s getting close to the end of the year, and we all know what that means. It’s holiday season. Thanksgiving and Christmas are two of the most extravagant holidays ever, and it’s easy to get caught up in the waves of cheerful madness. For some people though, such as stressed out college students, the end of the year means something ...

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People Poll: What do you do when class is cancelled?

“Sleep,” said Brianna Ferrelli, a freshmen biology major. “I go work out over at the VSU Rec Center,” said John Kramer, a junior psychology major. “Go back to sleep, that’s about it,” said David McMillian, a junior public relations major. “I usually take time to rest,” said Sylandi Brown, a sophmore speech communication major. “Sleep, nothing but sleep,” said Brandon ...

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People Poll: Do you feel safe on campus?

After informing students of the crime report last week, we asked them if they felt safe on campus. “I haven’t encountered any crime or anything to make me feel unsafe,” said Tarvis Holt, a freshman exercise physiology major. “To me the campus, I haven’t seen anything. I feel fine.” “In general I usually do, but with that news, I didn’t ...

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Students are concerned with parking on campus

Everyone runs a little late sometimes. Parking close to class is essential when it comes to getting there on time. However, parking on main and north campus is a game of chance for students who are avoiding tickets. Main campus does not offer many parking opportunities. There are a couple of spots outside Hopper Hall for 45-minute parking, but no ...

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Editorial: Saturday classes should not be mandatory

Last month brought Hurricane Irma down on Valdosta. The storm slammed in to the city which resulted in downed trees, power lines and class cancelations. The damage isn’t over yet. The next limb to fall may be on one of students’ most valued days of the week. VSU has offered designated make-up days for the classes that were cancelled during ...

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Hang out with aerial yoga

Hang Out Yoga, LLC is Valdosta’s first and only aerial yoga studio. Erika Bennett, owner and instructor said she was inspired by aerial yoga classes she took in Tampa, Florida. Prior to practicing yoga Bennett did crossfit. “I’ve always been very active and immediately recognized the benefits of aerial yoga offers the body,” Bennett said. Anti-gravity, or aerial yoga is ...

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