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Do I have to go back to school? How to get back in school mode

Written by Mayah Catave, College Life Editor It’s hard to jump back into focus after spending a week partying, relaxing or Netflixing on your couch. It’s very easy to stay in vacation mode and forget about everyday life activities. School is the last thing you want to think about when you’ve spent the last 7 or so days relaxing. Here’s ...

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You don’t need Alcohol to have fun: Ways to enjoy Spring Break sober

Written by Olivia Studdard, Staff Writer Recently a ban was placed on alcoholic drinks on Panama City Beaches, affectionately known as “PCB” to college kids for years. However, this ban puts a damper on Spring Break for many beach-seeking college kids. It’s been a staple for college students so long, they’re left scratching their heads and wondering, “How do I ...

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Low on funds for Spring Break? Ways to make some quick cash

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Asst. Opinions Editor Money is tight, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up on spring break plans. There are plenty of ways for students to get extra cash without the commitment of a job. Sell your stuff. Anyone can admit to having clothes they no longer wear or junk stuffed under the bed that ...

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Adulting Made Easy: Ways to be more productive

Written by Meaghan Bitters, Staff Writer With all the hustle and bustle of daily college life, it can be hard to balance school, work, homework, fitness, and your social life. It’s easy to become discouraged and feel overwhelmed. Don’t let adult responsibilities get you down and prevent your success. It’s important to tackle your responsibilities head on, rather than procrastinate ...

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Women take the stage for ‘V-Monologues’

Written by Kelsey Dickerson, Staff Writer This past weekend women gathered on campus to enjoy a show about themselves. February 25 through the 27, Valdosta State’s Women’s and Gender Studies program put on The Vagina Monologues, written by playwright and women’s activist Eve Ensler, in the student union theater. The theater was transformed into a more intimate stage with a ...

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Fashion Week inspires: Musicians create a visual collection

Written by Mayah Cantave, College Life Editor Fashion Week: The Visual Album, released on Feb. 18, seems to be a visual masterpiece. The album created by artist Zaena and Jason Maek, contains elements of art, dance, and many other forms of visual arts. The album contains a collection of 10 songs including individual videos for each song. Some of the songs ...

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‘So worth loving’ creates a movement: VSU student’s message of love and self-worth

Written by Jyrell Wynn, Correspondent With so much uncertainty happening around us, it is understandable for many people to be anxious about the future. Fortunately, “So Worth Loving” shines as a candle in the darkness with a message of love and self-worth. Starting from humble beginnings as an inspirational blog to share stories of self-worth on Tumblr, Eryn Erickson decided to use the ...

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Style mix-up: The importance of changing your wardrobe

  Written by Julie Jernigan, Staff Writer At some point in our lives, we feel like our life is stuck in a rut. We do the same things every day: get up, go to class, go home, go to work, sleep and then the next day we do it all over again. We need to spice up our lives every once ...

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