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‘RiRi” goes from bottles to babies, Bieber goes insane

Written by Anthony Pope Hello world—Anthony here bringing you a full Pop Addict. Let’s see what’s been going on in the entertainment world this past week. After the Oscar’s last week, most of Hollywood is making the wise decision to lie low for a week, but there are always a few celebrities who just can’t stay away from the rachetness, ...

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Students strives to sing, stay fit

Written by Dowling Payne If you’re searching for an individual with a passion for their interests, then look no further than Allison Forbes. Known to most as Ally, Forbes is a beautiful singer and devoted fitness extraordinaire. Forbes came to Valdosta from Smyrna, Ga. where she quickly fell in love with the campus and college life. Growing up, she was ...

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Fine Arts reaches out to all students for art gallery

On Monday the Fine Arts Department will give away a total of $500 at their most anticipated event of the year, the 15th Annual Juried Student Art Competition. The competition is open to all students at VSU, not just art majors. Only VSU students are allowed to participate. Students entering the event were required to have their project turned in ...

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Sonata Arctica: ‘harsh, progressive’

Welcome back to Additive Noise, your #1 source for music recommendations. We’ve touched on all varieties of cultural music recently, but now it’s time to strike a harsher chord. Follow me to Finland, home of semi-famous power metal band Sonata Arctica. Power metal as a subgenre does not come with the most respect. In fact, power metal bands are generally ...

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LASA brings flavor to campus

Written by Brian Hickey Have you ever wanted a less formal environment to speak Spanish freely amongst other Spanish majors and minors? The Latin American Student Association has created a way for students to do just that. Every Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p.m., students with the common interest of becoming more fluent in Spanish meet at what is called ...

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Taylor’s Take: Top fashion choices for spring 2013

Written by Taylor Stone   Top 4 “it list” for spring 2013! 1. Black & White When you think of spring you probably think of dainty fabrics and Easter pastels, right? For this season black and white is hotter than ever. It’s a unique look, but also classic enough for everyday wear. Try a bold stripe or a crisp short ...

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Profs, students immerse in ‘Second Life’

Written by John Preer   Second Life technology has been sweeping college campuses around the nation, and VSU has been no exception. Second Life is a Massive Multiplayer Online video game and 3-D website that allows users to interact in a virtual world. It has become widely used by both instructors and students. Second Life allows instructors to provide and ...

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Spring Break: Ladies breathe comfortably in the heat

Written by Olivia McLean   Spring break is probably the most highly anticipated college “holiday.” Preparations begin months ahead of time and include finding the perfect wardrobe for a week-long vacation. Since most of spring break will be spent either on the beach sipping piña coladas or partying until the sun comes up, it’s more likely that us girls are ...

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Sigmas to paint campus blue with KDR

Written by Isaiah Smart   Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will return to their roots next week as they bring Kappa Delta Reloaded to VSU for their 2013 Greek week.   The boys in blue will provide an accompanying mixtape to complement their annual week.   “Everything we do, we do for the people,” Brandon Menner, vice president, said. “For ...

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VSU hangs on by the skin of their teeth

Written by Von Kennedy   Students and members of the community came in droves throughout the week to “travel through time.” For the last week, the second floor Lab Theatre stage in the Fine Arts Building was home to VSU’s adaption to Thornton Wilder’s play, “Skin of Our Teeth.” The last showing of “Skin of Our Teeth” was Wednesday at ...

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