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A glance into VSU’s interior design program and senior exhibition

Tucked into a hallway behind entrance ten of the University Center, students can find VSU’s interior design program, a lesser-known course of study yet one full of dedication. Emely Montes de Oca and Mackenzie Percy, both senior interior design majors, have been working alongside other seniors in the program to hold their first senior exhibition Size and Space. “Usually our ...

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Top 5 playlists to study to for finals

The stress of finals season can take a toll on student’s mental health. Here are some top 5 playlists that will help make the finals’ studying sessions a lot smoother. Playlist #1: Instrumentals For those who simply cannot focus with lyrics coming out of their earphones, try listening to some music that gives you a beautiful symphony, preferably from your ...

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CAB hosts Coffehouse and Creatives

On Tuesday, April 11, Campus Activity Board hosted their annual Coffeehouse and Creatives event. This event showcased art forms of all sorts, such as singing, poetry and guitar. The event was held in the Student Union behind Starbucks.  A coffee bar was set up just behind the check-in table, and students were able to customize their order of iced coffee ...

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It’s time to vote for SGA

VSU students can now vote for their Student Government Association representation. Voting opened on April 12 and will close on April 13 at 9 p.m. SGA members are student-elected and “meet regularly to formulate meaningful recommendations, advocate on behalf of the Student Body, and initiate programs that fall in line with SGAs’ mission,” according to the VSU SGA website. For ...

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VSU alumni featured in book about pandemic

In the wake of the three-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, several VSU personnel and alumni have shared their pandemic stories in a book released on March 14. “Who We Are Now: Stories of What Americans Lost and Found During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” written by Michelle Fishburne, is a collection of stories narrating Fishburne’s adventure across the U.S. in an ...

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A.M.A. builds networking skills at VSU

Careers in marketing have become a hot topic in recent years, and at VSU, it’s hard to disagree. VSU’s American Marketing Association is the perfect opportunity for students who are looking to gain marketing skills or create connections in the marketing field. According to the mission statement, AMA’s purpose is “to engage VSU students in the field of marketing, enhance ...

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VSU holds vigil for Jackson Bebiak

On Feb. 13, the Psi Septaton Chapter of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity held a candlelight vigil in memory of their brother, Jackson Bebiak, where friends, family and members of the community came to honor his life and to support each other in mourning. Bebiak was a freshman management major at VSU. While traveling with the fraternity to Orange Beach, ...

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VSU Dance Presents “WEAVE”

VSU Dance is hosting their performance of WEAVE: The Spring Dance Concert on March 2 through 5. The show, a collection of stories and perspectives, serves as a love letter to the community of culture and a medium for exploring subjects such as grief, individuality, the elements and the concept of life.                 ...

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VSU hosts Blazer Ball for Valentine’s Day

On Friday, Feb. 10, VSU hosted their annual Blazer Ball at 7 p.m. in the Student Union ballrooms. The event was in celebration of Valentine’s Day and served as an on-campus way to celebrate for those who would be unable or unwilling to leave campus to celebrate the holiday. Guests were told to dress in semi-formal to formal clothing, and ...

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