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Preview: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Each year an increasing number of men, women and their families are joining the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: The International Men’s March to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. A Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event is a high-spirited opportunity for men to raise awareness in their community about the serious causes and effects of men’s ...

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The College Republicans, Young Democrats host The Great Debate

The College Republicans and Young Democrats at VSU hosted The Great Debate last Thursday on March 22 for students, faculty and the public. SGA President Maya Mapp, Dr. Vincent Miller and Dr. James LaPlant were also in attendance for the live debate. “I’m excited to moderate and particularly honored to watch the students participate in an open debate.” Dr. LaPlant ...

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RezFest sees low turnout for its newest feature

On the week of March 19 to 25, the Residence Hall Association hosted their annual RezFest week. This year, they added a new twist to an old tradition: the very first RezFest Olympics. The event was a field day for RezFest weekend and was open to all residents on campus. Junior Olympic Coordinator Christopher Thompson made sure the event was ...

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#MeToo gets a biblical explanation

Dr. Sandra Gravett, professor of philosophy and religion at Appalachian State University hosted an event titled, “#MeToo and the Bible.” The event’s purpose was to educate individuals on the challenges women have and continue to face in the Evangelical New South. The #MeToo movement lets other women know they aren’t alone in their struggles of sexual harassment, and they can ...

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Students enjoy tye-dyeing on Palms Quad

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted tye-dyeing for students on Palms Quad on March 21. All tye-dye materials were set up at tables on the quad, where students were invited to make their own colored creations.  

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Preview: The untold history of a ‘Deaf Deaf World’

Deaf Deaf World is an event hosted by the American Sign Language (ASL) Club in order to bring awareness and to educate the student body about the deaf community. The ASL club took a few years off from hosting the event, but they are coming back this year with a reinvented plan that should help bring more awareness. This year ...

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Pros and cons of roommates

As college students, most of us have had a roommate either by choice or by necessity. With that being said, there’s a 50/50 chance that a roommate will either be a friend or foe. Although a lot of people will presume that living alone is much preferable to living with someone else, there are pros and cons to both. Pros for living with a roommate: One of ...

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Get to know LASA at VSU

VSU houses countless clubs and organizations. This is great because there is a place for everyone, but some just slip through the cracks. It can be a bit overwhelming at times to decide. Here at The Spectator want to highlight those that students may not be aware of. One group, in particular, is the Latin American Student Association (LASA). LASA ...

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Current COVID-19 Stats for Valdosta State University

Check the current number of cases on the VSU campus here!