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Review: ‘A Love Letter to You 2’ a piece of art

The music charts have taken a sharp turn with the releases of some of the most beautiful albums of this generation. We have seen albums from “4:44” by Jay Z to “Stoney” by Post Malone. Both installments are far from similar, but for one Ohio native, rage and love combine into one beautiful project.  Trippie Redd is the latest lyrical prodigy to take the world by storm. He’s delivered one of ...

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Review: haunted trail worth the money

Campus Recreation’s haunted trail has come to terrorize VSU once again. This annual attraction is run by VSU students and other campus rec employees who volunteer their time to give members of the community a good scare for cheap. Tickets are only $8, with four themed nights when tickets are marked down to $5. The Spectator was invited to the ...

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Party without regrets

In college, parties allow students to meet new people and take a breather from classes and work. While having fun is the primary goal, staying safe is also an important factor. Here are some tips to avoid waking up the next morning with regrets: Drink responsibly: We all want to cut loose and have a good time. When it comes ...

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People Poll: what is your favorite part about Homecoming week?

“My favorite part about homecoming is the after parties,” Kierra West, junior sociology major said. “My favorite part about homecoming is being able to interact with different people doing different activities,” Jacquelyn Walton, senior accounting major said. “well it’s my first year so I’m looking forward to see what VSU has to offer for homecoming,” Kameron Middleton, freshman psychology major said. ...

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Get into the Halloween spirit

If you are a lover of horror and scares, this holiday season is exactly for you. Halloween is just a couple weeks away, and it’s time to start getting into the spirit of screams and spooky-ness. Before Halloween creeps upon us, it’s imperative we get into the mood of the scary season. Scary movies are an excellent way to jump ...

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Review: Twitter character limit change

Twitter is trying out a new character limit that has been the topic of discussion since late September. With only certain Twitter users able to use more characters, it has received mixed reviews. Junior Nique Jones feels the new update is a bit excessive. “For me, Twitter is supposed to be short, sweet and to the point,” Jones said. “I ...

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Greeks kick off ‘Pham Week’ with 1906 and Park

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorrority, Inc. teamed up to host 1906 and Park. The show was a spin-off of the widely popular program, 106 and Park, that was produced by BET for more than a decade. The adapted program featured VSU students showcasing talents and brands, while providing an enticing environment directed by the emcee’s. ...

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Review: Blade Runner 2049

It’s been 35 years and Blade Runner fans are finally getting a sequel. Blade Runner: 2049, starring Ryan Gosling, is the newest installment to the Blade Runner franchise. Blade Runner: 2049 was officially released on Oct. 6, and personally it wasn’t worth the wait. The movie relied heavily on the use of computer generated imagery and focused less on the ...

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Have some fun off campus

The guy from your physics class that’s really cute just asked you on a date. Perhaps the girl you think is really smoking wanted to go out sometime. Maybe you and your friends just want to have fun, and you guys aren’t feeling the bar scene tonight. Well here are some alternatives for some spontaneous fun. Game nights can be ...

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De-stress after midterms

Stress is common for college students, especially around midterms. You’re probably worried about that big exam you have, or you’re worried about having to drop a class. After midterms end, you’re so wound up from stressing out that you don’t know how to calm yourself down. If you need help figuring out how to de-stress, whether it’s from midterms or ...

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