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Student Diversity and Inclusion hosts Dia De Los Muertos celebration

Student Diversty and Inclusion presented a Dia De Los Muertos celebration, also known as Day of the Dead, on Nov. 1 to give recognition to Latino culture on campus. Dia De Los Muertos is a holiday observed in Mexico and other regions with large Hispanic populations. It is a holiday meant form people to pray and remember beloved friends and family that have passed away. The holiday is three days long, beginning on ...

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People Poll: Do you feel safe on campus?

After informing students of the crime report last week, we asked them if they felt safe on campus. “I haven’t encountered any crime or anything to make me feel unsafe,” said Tarvis Holt, a freshman exercise physiology major. “To me the campus, I haven’t seen anything. I feel fine.” “In general I usually do, but with that news, I didn’t ...

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Students win big at CAB casino night

The Campus Activities Board kicked off Homecoming week with a Casino Night Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. in the Student Union.  Hundreds of people showed up to VSU’s Casino Night for a fun evening of games, prizes and finger food. There were over 100 tables of different casino games such as black jack, Chuck-a-Luck, poker, roulette, three-card poker, three-card black jack, and much more.   CAB held the event in the Student ...

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Students are concerned with parking on campus

Everyone runs a little late sometimes. Parking close to class is essential when it comes to getting there on time. However, parking on main and north campus is a game of chance for students who are avoiding tickets. Main campus does not offer many parking opportunities. There are a couple of spots outside Hopper Hall for 45-minute parking, but no ...

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Hang out with aerial yoga

Hang Out Yoga, LLC is Valdosta’s first and only aerial yoga studio. Erika Bennett, owner and instructor said she was inspired by aerial yoga classes she took in Tampa, Florida. Prior to practicing yoga Bennett did crossfit. “I’ve always been very active and immediately recognized the benefits of aerial yoga offers the body,” Bennett said. Anti-gravity, or aerial yoga is ...

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People Poll: What are you going to be for Halloween?

“Leopard,” said Tianna Vazquez, a sophomore computer science major. “Baseball Player,” said Brandon Ross, a sophomore biology major. “Flapper 20’s girl,” said Charity Drinkard, a junior psychology major. “Michael Jackson,” said Dashon Walton, a senior education major. “Superwoman,” said Sara Guilmette, a junior biology major. Quotes and photos by Briana Salem, Staff Writer. For more Campus Life stories, click here.

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Hurricane Irma Aftermath

Hurricane Irma is long gone, but the mess she left in her wake seems here to stay. Students of VSU and residents of Valdosta are still recovering from the effects of the storm. While there have been efforts made to assist those who were hit harder than others, some might say these efforts just aren’t enough. The Mercer University School ...

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Cute and Creepy art exhibit comes to VSU

VSU opened its third art gallery, Cute & Creepy, for the 2017-2018 season on Oct. 16 to get people excited about coming to the gallery. Cute & Creepy is open to the public, and the gallery showcases nonlocal artists. The art in the exhibit are grotesque and contemporary ranging from sculptures to drawings. Originally the exhibit began at Florida State ...

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Erin’s food corner

Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Being a college student means you don’t have a lot of time to spare, especially when it comes to cooking. A slow cooker is a great investment for students who enjoy the taste of a home cooked meal without all the the hassle. Below is a recipe for mouth-watering slow cooker BBQ pulled chicken. Ingredients: ...

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Gloga will light up your yoga routine

VSU’s Student Recreational Center hosts an event called “Gloga,” a twist on normal yoga, but glow in the dark. From the upbeat music to the laughs between friends, instructor Devin Fuller provided the class with a fun time. Sophomore, psychology major, Angelynn Johnson could not have agreed more. “I would maybe take the class again if it wasn’t so crowded,” ...

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