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Smitty’s brands bottles of bourbon

Written by: Allison Ericson/Photo contributed by: Mike Smith   Members of Blazer Nation may soon be able to see their beloved VSU logo emblazoned upon a bottle in their own personal liquor cabinet. Mike Smith, VSU alumni and owner of Smitty’s Package Store, will be selling a VSU-labeled special edition bottle of Evan Williams bourbon. “I’m giving all the profit ...

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Langdale Hall haunts students

Written by: Brian Hickey   Where male residents used to lay their heads is now filled with the shrills of a girl covered in blood begging for help. What was once a bathroom facility now contains the angry ghost who can’t leave the last stall. A dorm that once housed budding freshman residents now houses the scariest ghosts on VSU’s ...

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Robbery prompts ATM relocation

Written by: Joe Adgie/Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   The ATM at the University Center is moving to the Student Union. That was revealed by VSU President Dr. William McKinney at last Thursday’s Faculty Senate meeting during his question and answer session. Dr. McKinney explained the reasoning behind the move. “An ATM should be in the Student Union,” Dr. McKinney said. ...

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SGA dismisses SAVE proposal

by Joe Adgie   On Monday night, SAVE (Students Against Violating the Environment) went to the SGA for support of their divestment program and didn’t get it. The divestment program concerns requesting the VSU Foundation to “freeze any new investments in the fossil fuel industry and commit to a plan to divest all of its holdings in fossil fuels within ...

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DREAM Act forum gets a turn out

Written by: Khiry Clements/Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   On Wednesday at 7 p.m the College of Arts and Lecture Series hosted an open forum about the DREAM Act. With a crowd of roughly 100 people, the event was hosted by College of Arts and Sciences and The Department of Modern and Classical Language. DREAM stands for Development Relief and Education ...

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Gayle discusses SPLOST

by John Preer    On Nov. 5 Valdosta residents are expected to vote on SPLOST, a matter that will affect the city for the next six years. This year’s Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax will be the seventh referendum of its kind. For the past 20 years voters have supported the continuation of the sales tax. However, last year ...

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SGA explores safety concerns

by Joe Adgie   Is VSU safe? The SGA asked that question during Monday night’s meeting while discussing ways that campus safety could be improved. This was in response to the stabbing incident that took place late Thursday night. The stabbing was not the first violent incident to occur at VSU this month. Exactly one week before, on Oct. 3, ...

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Zetas host Pink Out game to support breast cancer awareness

by Allison Ericson   The women of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority are hosting their annual Pink Out event at the VSU football game on Oct. 26. VSU students, faculty and staff are invited to join the sisters of ZTA in their fight to promote breast cancer awareness. ZTA hopes to “pink out” the bleachers by asking everyone to wear pink ...

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