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Seniors showcase their talent in Fall Exhibition

Written by Jyrell Wynn, Staff Writer As seniors are about to graduate, we should take a moment to reflect on the works they have produced throughout their school career. Valdosta State wants to honor graduating art major students by presenting the works of 15 graduating Art students in the exhibition Things Made By People. The student artists are Carolyn Brady, ...

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Zayn Malik gives his first interview, One Direction and Justin Bieber battle it out and Charlie Sheen has an announcement

Written by Kayla Stroud, Web Editor A pop culture fanatic’s shortlist of this week’s happenings. Zayn Malik Gives His First Interview Ex boy bander Zayn Malik gave his first in-depth interview since his sudden departure from One Direction. Malik is the cover boy for the December issue of Fader Magazine and in an extensive feature, he discussed his reasoning for ...

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Volunteer at Christian camp Kanakuk Kamps

Written by Jyrell Wynn, Staff Writer Boredom isn’t an excuse in the summer anymore thanks to Kanakuk Kamps and Kids across America, a Christian Sports camp, which engages minors in fun activities and ministry. Kanakuk Kamps hosted an event at Bailey Science Center on Nov 12. Brianna Blackshear, a senior Art major, introduced the seminar about the camp, whose mission ...

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Try out temporary tattoo before making commitment

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Staff Writer Tattoos are forever, unless of course you decide to go through the expensive and painful process of laser removal. Momentaryink.com allows people to take their tattoo for a test run before making the big commitment. Just because an image looks good on paper, does not mean it will look as good on skin. Our ...

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VSU will say goodbye to long time professor and mentor Shirley Hardin

Written by Niamani Carlyle-Hollis, Staff Writer VSU will bid farewell to yet another great professor. Dr. Shirley Hodge Hardin, Valdosta State University Director of African American Studies and Professor of English, will be retiring after 40 years of teaching. Effective on January 1, 2016, Dr. Hardin will officially be a retired great, but not without celebration. A committee of Valdosta ...

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VSU welcomes international artist Masayasu Iizuka

Written by LaShawn Oglesby, College Life Editor To those who aren’t sleep, ceramics is therapeutic and it has been shown to help calm the nerves. Ceramics is an ancient—yet still socially acceptable—and awesome way to get together with your friends and create some stress-relieving art. Recently, Masayasu Iizuka, who is a world renowned Japanese potter and ceramic artist, decided to ...

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VSU adjusts well to time change

Written by Tiarra Bell, Staff Writer It’s hard enough to get the rest that is needed each night, but with the end of Daylight Saving Time, everyone can finally get their precious extra hour of sleep. For college students, chances are they’re not getting enough sleep. On average, most college students get 6 to 6.9 hours of sleep per night, ...

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Theater and dance group put on production of women

Written by Jyrell Wynn, Staff Writer On Oct. 22 through the 28, Valdosta State Theatre and Dance held a production of The Women of Lockerbie in the VSU Lab Theatre. Set in the backdrop of the Pan Am Flight 103 disaster, the play begins in the Scottish hills of Lockerbie on Dec. 21, 1995 in the style of an ancient ...

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