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Weird College Scholarships

Written by Kenzie Kesselring, Opinions Writer & Tresia Bowles, Staff Writer Finding scholarships can be difficult enough, but the key is finding a scholarship that’s specifically for you. The way to do that is to not always apply to the scholarships that you would assume everyone else may already be applying for, but the overlooked ones as well. There’s pretty much ...

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Ballin’ on a Budget without breaking the bank

Written by Zenobia Harris, Copy Editor Many people can attest to the fact that, as a college student, you don’t have a whole lot of money to spend on the stuff that you want or the things that you need. Even after refund checks drop, it’s hard to keep track of money. There are a number of ways that you ...

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Whatever method of choice you still have to pay…

Written by Tierra Bell, Staff Writer Whether you’re an excited freshman coming into college or a senior ready to leave, many students may know the struggle of paying for an education. According to The College Board, for the 2014-2015 school year, tuition and fees for in-state students at a public four-year college averaged $9,139. Out-of-state students paid an average of ...

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Appily ever appter

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Staff Writer Sometimes it can feel like, as a college student, you are constantly starving, broke, or both; now there’s an app for that. Even if you aren’t always hungry or broke, an app that can help you get free food or manage your finances can be your best friend. Money seems to leave faster than ...

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You don’t need to be Casper to be a ghost

Written by Mayah Cantave, Staff Writer Have you ever been “talking” to someone, and then they completely disappear on you? You’re left wondering what happened and why? Well, you’ve been ghosted. Ghosting, also called “slow fade,” is a term used to describe the action of cutting off all ties and communication with another person. Usually when someone gets “ghosted”, they ...

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Food delivery; A college student’s lifeline

Written by Aldean Starr, Staff Writer Jimmy John’s: Jimmy John’s is a sandwich restaurant that has a reputation for great delivery. Jimmy John’s sandwiches are plain slims, 8-inch subs, giant clubs and its premiere sandwich is the “J.J. Gargantuan”. Jimmy John’s offers the best delivery fee at 25 cents and has no minimum price amount for delivery. Domino’s: Domino’s is ...

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Run Blazers! Run!

Written by Stuart Price, Staff Writer VSU Campus Wellness and the city of Valdosta will host the 10th annual 5K Blazer Dash and 2nd annual Youth Splash this Saturday, August 29th at 7 a.m.  The participants will meet in front of the VSU Recreational Center and follow a course through the nearby streets. The event is open to all VSU ...

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