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Top Hollywood Sex Scandals of the past decade

Written by Kayla Stroud, Web Editor 2005 to 2015 was quite the decade. From “leaked” sex tapes to extramarital affairs, no celeb seemed to escape without being linked to some scandal. Outside of Kim Kardashian’s tape, Cosby grossness and other obvious selection; here are some of the other top sex scandals that started a media storm this past decade. Tiger ...

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Successful DWE week paves way for future traditions

Written by Terrance Johnson, Staff Writer Distinguished Women of Excellence had their first annual “Week of Excellence” last week. The week consisted of numerous events ranging from church and community service to a movie night and “Ladies’ Night” event. DWE is striving to set their members up for success in all aspects of life while having fun doing it. “We ...

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The Visit Review: The most comedic terror of the year

Written by Tatyana Phelps, Managing Editor Night Shyamalan, the same director who brought us “The Sixth Sense” brings us yet another psychological thriller with “The Visit”. It may not be the scariest movie of 2015, but it can’t be denied that it is definitely a good, entertaining movie that will have your cheeks hurting from laughing. You’ll constantly have to ...

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‘Black Chalk’: college story with a twist

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Staff Writer For some people, books are not the ideal way to spend free time, especially when you have little time to spare in the first place.  However, if you find the right book to read, you may discover that it is just the escape you needed. Black Chalk by Christopher Yates will certainly keep you reading.  ...

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VSU’s got talent: Introducing Jamila Chambers, ElementX’s new director

Written by Jada Dukes, Staff Writer Valdosta State University is an institution known for its extraordinary students and their even more extraordinary talents. VSU is also home to some very notable alumni—Kip Moore, Nancy Grace, Pauley Perrette from CSI, and former NFL player, Jessie Tuggle, to name a few. With all of the amazing athletes, performers, and scholars that have attended ...

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Commonplace for college career choices to change

  Written by Aldean Starr, Staff Writer For most students, college may be a transitioning phase of life. And for this transition, new opportunities, friendships and obstacles may be created. Before college, a student has no idea what to expect. There may be fear of a fresh start with no guardian or excitement. Either way, college will help a student ...

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Weird College Scholarships

Written by Kenzie Kesselring, Opinions Writer & Tresia Bowles, Staff Writer Finding scholarships can be difficult enough, but the key is finding a scholarship that’s specifically for you. The way to do that is to not always apply to the scholarships that you would assume everyone else may already be applying for, but the overlooked ones as well. There’s pretty much ...

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Ballin’ on a Budget without breaking the bank

Written by Zenobia Harris, Copy Editor Many people can attest to the fact that, as a college student, you don’t have a whole lot of money to spend on the stuff that you want or the things that you need. Even after refund checks drop, it’s hard to keep track of money. There are a number of ways that you ...

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Whatever method of choice you still have to pay…

Written by Tierra Bell, Staff Writer Whether you’re an excited freshman coming into college or a senior ready to leave, many students may know the struggle of paying for an education. According to The College Board, for the 2014-2015 school year, tuition and fees for in-state students at a public four-year college averaged $9,139. Out-of-state students paid an average of ...

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