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2011-01-20

Slideshow: Storm hits VSU campus

Chcek out these photos of the storm damage around VSU! Stay tunes to The Spectator on Facebook and @vsuspectator on Twitter to know where the danger areas might still be. The Storm in Valdosta, September 20th from VSUspectator

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People Poll: Should there be more lighting on campus?

“I think they should put more lights in Oak Street. There are only a few there and they are all burned out.” Ashley White senior criminal justice major “It’s not that much light by the strip behind the education building.” Destiny Aighobahi junior biology major “I haven’t felt unsafe yet.” Joe Pyles junior nursing major “I feel like the area ...

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Reid injured, out for season

 The highly anticipated redemption season for Valdosta State cornerback Greg Reid is now over before it ever got started. After tearing his anterior cruciate ligament during a punt return in last Friday’s scrimmage, Head Coach David Dean confirmed Wednesday morning that Reid will miss the entire 2012 season. The non-contact tear apparently happened when Reid made a quick juke move ...

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1.5 Minutes of Fame

Can you . . . Dance? Sing? Act? Tell Jokes? Play Music? Perform Magic? Perform Hidden Talents? This is your chance at 1.5 Minutes of Fame! Who:  Any VSU Student with a talent to show off! How:  Film your 90 second video and upload it to YouTube.  Send us the link and we will put it up on our website ...

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Students bookless during first week of classes

 When senior psychology major, David Kouril, sought out his textbooks on the second day of classes, he was met with several empty shelves as he browsed the aisles of the Valdosta State bookstore in the Student Union.  Other students encountered the same problem as they searched for their required texts during the first week of the 2011 spring semester.    ...

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Horoscope readers: has your sign changed?

 Sagittarius. Capricorn. Aquarius. Pisces. Aries. Taurus. Gemini. Cancer. Leo. Virgo. Libra. Scorpio. Ophiuchus?   Recently, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported that a shifting of the stars may have caused the Zodiac to change.  The article read:  “The ancient Babylonians based zodiac signs on the constellation the sun was ‘in’ on the day a person was born. During the ensuing millenniums, ...

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Britney’s back, Regis is out, Choo announces new men’s line

 Hello fellow pop addicts out there!   This week is almost over and with the madness that has been going on with the bookstore, and the lack of cash you will have after the bookstore, and the gloomy weather, Pop Addict has something to make you smile or at least get you over until Friday.  Who’s ready for the 10th ...

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Support prevents tragedy

 Depression. Hopelessness. Emptiness. Suicide. These words might not ring a bell to you, but to someone you know, this could be a way of life.  When any of these words are brought up, the first instinct for most is to run the other way because of our overexposure to antidepressant medication commercials and overall desensitization.     The reality is that depression ...

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E-mail will prevail

 Imagine you are thinking about your assignment for your math class when your phone rings; it’s a text from your teacher reminding you of the problem set due Thursday.   For those addicted to texting, this sounds like a dream. For teachers, the idea of having to send texts to their students about assignments would be a nightmare.  Matt Ritchel ...

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