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New ‘Sonic’: ‘difficult yet rewarding’

Written by Steven Setser   We are back this week for another game review for Sonic and All-Stars Racing: Transformed for the Xbox 360.  This is a kart racing sequel to the 2010 game, Sonic and SEGA All-Stars Racing. Depending on what type of system you have, you will play with about 25 characters from various SEGA games like AiAi ...

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Blazers get regular-season sweep against West Florida

Valdosta- The No.4 Valdosta State softball team completes the regular-season sweep against West Florida after winning both games (5-3,4-1) in a doubleheader matchup Saturday afternoon at Steel’s Diamond at Blazer Park. Senior outfielder Morgan Johnson’s two-run, walkoff home run lifted the Blazers in a come back victory in Game 1 and pitcher Brianna Hancock’s career-high 12 strikeouts performance pushed them ...

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VSU’s hype man boosts crowd morale

Written by Dowling Payne   If you have been to any Blazer sporting event, there is one person you are sure to have seen. Usually running around hyping the crowd or greeting all the fans is Marc Kaiser. Kaiser, graduate assistant for marketing in the athletic office, attended VSU for both his undergraduate and now for his graduate degree. During ...

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PopAddict: MTV star found dead in vehicle

Written by Anthony Pope   Hello World—Anthony here wrapping up all the things that had us talking this past week in pop culture.   I always thought of “Glee” as one of those shows where the cast was just too perfect to have normal people problems. What else would you expect from a show where high schoolers break into song ...

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VSU’s first lady: ‘always shares a smile’

Written by Dowling Payne   Over the past few months, VSU has been home to a new dynamic duo in the form of our new university president and his wife, Dr. Dacia Charlesworth. Always sharing a smile and more than willing to sit and talk with any student, Dr. Charlesworth has taken on her title of being the “VSU First ...

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Additive Noise: Godspell makes arguing an art form

Written by Rebecka McAleer   Welcome back to Additive Noise! We’re going to spin off in a fun direction today with some practical application. Music is a form of communication designed to send messages, and today’s song sends more messages than any I’ve ever heard before. We’re diving into the world of Broadway, with the prologue from the musical “Godspell: ...

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True Korean flavor found in local restaurant

Written by Amber Smith & Jennifer Gleason   Locally owned and operated Korea Garden offers a fresh, authentic taste. Amber: Ethnic cuisine aficionados will love the menu at Korea Garden, a locally owned and operated restaurant on St. Augustine Road offering traditional Korean dishes as well as Korean barbeque. The building’s exterior hasn’t really changed since it belonged to a ...

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PopAddict: Bynes calls out Drake, Beyonce calls out haters

Written by Anthony Pope   Hello world—Anthony here bringing you everything ratchet, thirsty, and anything else that had us scratching our heads in the world of entertainment this week.   It’s beginning to look like 2013 will be remembered as the year that the art of twerking has gone mainstream.   In a video posted last week for her 11.5 ...

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