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Greeks kick off ‘Pham Week’ with 1906 and Park

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorrority, Inc. teamed up to host 1906 and Park. The show was a spin-off of the widely popular program, 106 and Park, that was produced by BET for more than a decade. The adapted program featured VSU students showcasing talents and brands, while providing an enticing environment directed by the emcee’s. ...

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Fashion trends on campus

It’s wintertime! That’s right folks; it’s time to bring out the puffer coats, the peacoats, the UGGS and Chelsea boots. With all of that being said, are you on trend with the recent winter trends occurring? As the world knows, fashion is ever evolving, what was in for the last 6 months, doesn’t necessarily mean that it’ll be in for ...

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Front lawn ‘lit” with palms

On Tuesday Nov.28, VSU hosted the lightening of palms with president Richard Carvajal. This event included a number of activities to participate in. This was an event for not only students to enjoy, but something that the community could enjoy as well. The lightening of palms is an event that VSU host every year around the holidays. In the past, ...

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How to: throw a finals de-stress party

With finals coming up, stress levels are at an all-time high and everyone’s struggling to finish the semester strong. However, it is extremely important to take time to tend to yourself and mend the mental fences. It’s hard for some people to actually relax when they know they really need it so here’s a few tips on how you can ...

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Ceramics sale benefits students, charities

The Valdosta State University art department hosted its annual ceramic sales event on Dec. 1 to 2 in room 1054 in the Fine Arts Building. The entire display is created by VSU students and faculty, including Michael T. Schmidt, associate dean of the College of the Arts and Mark Errol, lecturer focusing in ceramics, foundations and art appreciation. Students enrolled ...

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VSU announces College of Arts and Sciences split

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Robert Smith emailed VSU faculty and staff on Nov. 29 to confirm that the College of Arts and Sciences would be split. The separation comes into effect on July 1, 2018, when the College of Arts and Sciences will be split in to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the ...

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Erin’s food corner

  Baked Crispy Chicken Wings   The best part about baked chicken is that it’s extremely college student friendly. Not only can you buy a pack of chicken wings for $5 at Walmart, but it’s also super easy to make. Now I don’t know about you, but easy and cheap sounds pretty good to me. Enjoy this crispy baked chicken ...

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People Poll: Do you think SOI’s are beneficial?

“Though I can see the benefits of the SOI’s, I don’t believe they correctly convey the quality of the professor since the people who made a bad grade and blame the teachers for it are more likely to respond to the SOI’s in a negative light,” said Malik Barnes, a freshman jazz performance major. “Personally I feel indifferent about SOI’s, ...

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Review: Justice League worth watching, more good than bad

Calling all superhero fans and moviegoers alike, the latest addition to the D.C. Comics brand “The Justice League” movie is a new take on the classic superhero group. I thought that the new Justice League was quite phenomenal. What made this movie so phenomenal was the editing, the acting and the overall storyline of the movie. For example, the editing ...

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Dating in college: positive or negative impact on academic career?

College can be one of the most exciting times of your life. You make new experiences, learn more about yourself and maybe even find that special someone. Although college can be fun, you also have to focus on your studies and make sure in the end you graduate. VSU students have definitely proved you can have it all and still ...

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Stay in shape over the holidays

With the holiday season approaching, we can all dream about the nice home cooked meals we’ll enjoy. Thanksgiving, Rosh Hashanah, Hanukah, Christmas, Ramadan and all of the other holidays that are celebrated during this time of year tend to revolve around food. According to the Calorie Control Council, a typical holiday dinner alone can carry 3,000 calories. This does not ...

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