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Gamestop to sell Android, iPhone 4S troubles surface

In this issue of the Spec Tech: a new Nook, bendable phones, and 4G LTE phones are coming, Apple troubles, and GameStop sells Android tablets. Nokia and Samsung both announce that they are creating phones with bendable screens. Samsung has not demonstrated their phone, but Nokia showed that bending the phone zooms in and out of pictures. This may seem ...

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Classical concert to feature award-winning solo cellist

The Valdosta Symphony Orchestra (VSO) will present a Classical Masters concert Saturday at 8 p.m. in Whitehead Auditorium, conducted by Dr. Howard Hsu. Dr. Hsu is the Music Director of the Symphony Orchestra, Director of Orchestra Studies and an assistant professor of music. The program features pieces from two of the greatest composers of the Classical era, Mozart’s bubbly Symphony ...

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PopAddict: Bieber baby, Kardashian divorce, more ‘surprises’

Happy belated Halloween! I bet there were plenty of tricks and treats out Monday night, and I know there’s still someone out there throwing back left over candy corn and tootsie rolls. As if this Halloween didn’t bring on a bunch of wild and freaky events—and boy, did the freaks come out—Jimmy Kimmel brought out Pee-Wee Herman to celebrate some ...

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SpecTech: Nokia unveils smart phone, new Playstation may be coming soon

In this edition of Spec Tech Google and Samsung had a very nice announcement for a new phone and operating system. Nokia is trying to get into the smart phone business. Apple has upgraded their MacBook Pro models. The Steve Jobs biography could be this year’s best seller, after only being on the market for one day! Nokia has had ...

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Students experience history

VSU students and faculty were given the chance to hold a page of history in their hands Wednesday night when a collector brought several antique papers into the University Center Theater to show anyone interested. The papers included pages from the second edition of the King James Bible, dating from 1615, and are part of a collection that spans many ...

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Classic horror films still terrify

I’ve compiled a list of my ten favorite horror/slasher films to help better steer you crazy kids into a more horrific holiday; unless you consider waking up next to someone who you can’t remember their name more terrifying than any visual media…

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Sexual orientation questions invasive, though relevant

Expectant date of entrance. Name. Address. Social Security Number. Last school attended. Sexual orientation. One of these inquiries is not like the others. We all remember filling out our college applications, excited and agitated with answering the same questions over and over. Students already have to answer questions that leave their brains throbbing trying to remember certain aspects of their ...

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Haunted Trail brings frights to campus

If you are looking for a great scare and plenty of fun this Halloween, come out and support Campus Recreation as they host their annual haunted trail for all students, faculty and staff.

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