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Suspect arrested, others sought in ATM robbery

by Allison Ericson   A Valdosta man was arrested Wednesday in connection with an Oct. 3 incident in which a VSU student was kidnapped and robbed at gunpoint on campus. Police remain in pursuit of other suspects involved in the incident. Michael Humphrey of Valdosta was arrested and charged in kidnapping and armed robbery and is being held at Lowndes ...

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Stabbing victim in recovery

Written by: Will Lewis / Photo by: Von Kennedy   The VSU student that was stabbed early Thursday night is recovering and was released from Shands Hospital on Monday. Antoine Bray, sophomore vocal performance major, was questioned by officials from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and VSUPD on Tuesday about the assault. “I know that (the GBI) have interviewed him,” ...

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Bryan welcomes 15,000 to the farm

Farm tour slideshow from VSUspectator   Written by: Sarah Turner The Academy of Country Music Awards Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan, performed in Valdosta Saturday night to a sold-out show of 15,000 people. The show took place at the fields of the Valdosta Wake Compound. “This is a Titletown kind of thing,” Bryan sang to an anticipating audience as ...

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BREAKING: Stabbing reported, VSU on lock down

OCT. 10, 2013–At approximately 10 p.m., VSU Communications and Media Relations confirmed a stabbing occurred on the Pedestrian Mall at main campus. An unidentified person was stabbed and rushed to South Georgia Medical Center. There are no current reports confirming if the victim and/or suspect were members of the VSU campus community. There is also no word on the arrest ...

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SGA wants change in transcript policy

by Joe Adgie   If the SGA has its way, students could be forgiven for failing a class if they pass it a second time. That, along with several other issues, was discussed at Monday night’s SGA meeting at the University Center, a meeting that was also marked by the filming of a rap video. Presently, the policy for academic ...

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Debate team argues gun laws

  by Jordan Barela/Photos by Ritsuki Miyazaki   A debate over the Concealed Weapons Law and how it affects VSU was held Wednesday night in Jeanette Hall. The policy prohibits any kind of concealed weapon to be carried on a college campus. The debate was setup by Student Affairs. Members of the VSU Debate team were present to deliver arguments ...

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Paranormal team brings haunted history to Ga.

by Allison Ericson   VSU students, faculty and staff will receive the chance to attend a real paranormal investigation with Valdosta’s Cross the Line Paranormal investigation team. The members of CLP will be hosting Haunted Hahira Nights, a paranormal investigation of the Old Smith Hospital on Oct. 18, 19, 25 and 26. “This is for those who would like to ...

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Students survive without Fall Break

by Hillary Straba   For the first time in eight years, VSU students have to power through the fall semester without Fall Break. Last year, the Academic Scheduling and Procedures Committee approved an academic calendar change that omitted Fall Break and instead gave students a full week off for Thanksgiving (previously, classes were still in session on the Monday and ...

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TO BE A PRISONER OF WAR

by Shane Thomas   The VSU ROTC began holding a vigil in the outdoor classroom near West Hall on Wednesday to commemorate prisoners of war. The event was sponsored by Arnold Air Society, an honorary subgroup of the Blazer Corps of Cadets, to raise awareness for POWs and those missing in action. In the exhibit, an armed cadet stood guard ...

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Fall enrollment down, organizations feel impact

by Hillary Straba   A report released by VSU says that this year’s fall enrollment is set at 11,820 students. This represents a 4.9 percent decrease from last year. The decrease is seen in both undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as in majors across the board. However, this decline in student enrollment has not negatively impacted the organizational leadership ...

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