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Candle Palace comes to Valdosta

Candle Palace is a new business in Valdosta that brings a fun experience through candle making. People can come by the store and make 12 oz candles with classes that they provide. The experience is reservation only with a class on the history and process of candle making while guests melt, mix and pour their own creations. The owner, Antoinette ...

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Spectator Staff Survey: What women inspire you most?

March is Women’s History Month commemorating and encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history. The Spectator staff is inspired by many women in their lives and are proud to show them off.   T.J. Weaver, Editor-in-Chief “My mother inspires me. She’s my queen and the love of my life and I love ...

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‘The Batman’: 10 Flying Rats out of 10 !

“The Batman” (2022) released in theaters across the country on March 4. Scoring a 9.2 out of 10 and wearing a glowing review of 87% on Rotten Tomatoes, “The Batman” stars Robert Pattinson. The movie was directed by Matt Reeves, who was the director from “Cloverfield” and the various “Planet of The Apes.” This film has gained popular attention from ...

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Amazon hit show ‘The Legend of Vox Machina’ confirmed for season two

Amazon Prime Video has announced “The Legend of Vox Machina” has been confirmed for a second season after the end of the first season. “The Legend of Vox Machina” is a new animated show from Amazon Prime Video that follows a group of adventurers and their misadventures as they attempt to make a name for themselves. The show follows the ...

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‘The Wolves’: differences do not change sisterhood

On Feb. 24, VSU’s Theatre showcased Sarah DeLappe’s “The Wolves” where it followed a group of teenage girls as they prepare for their weekly Saturday soccer game, while also attempting to navigate through their adolescents from differing paths. “The Wolves” touches on arguments about whether a man of old age should still be imprisoned for life, if it Is okay ...

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Super Bowl LVI: The good, bad, and worst

The Super Bowl aired to an audience of 117 million viewers who took the time out of their day to watch the brawl between the Rams and the Bengals, which the Rams arose as champions with a final score of 23-20. But it’s already been known as it was a hot topic on campus the following day. What we’re here ...

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Preview: CNN veteran anchor to bring light to Black history month at VSU

Black History Month is an annual period of reflection, remembrance and honor for black people around the globe. For Gwen Sommers Redwine, the first female, black or white, CNN Headline News anchor in the 1980’s, it means so much more. She will be coming to VSU Thursday, Feb. 17 to speak about her experiences and show faculty and students what ...

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Creative forum event gives a voice to the voiceless

On Feb. 10, VSU’s Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion hosted their Creative Forum event, Being a Black Sheep in the Creative Community. The event dealt with issues such as the creative and educational identity of the African-American community in 2022, how the past and present have affected these identities and how the surrounding communities can help amplify these identities ...

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The Wordle whim takes over the Internet

Throughout the short-lived history of the iPhone, games have been one of the things to stay consistently popular. Be it Brick Breaker, Candy Crush or Flappy Bird, they always stay just a few clicks away. However, one new game has a hold of the world for its fifteen minutes of fame. Wordle is a new puzzle game where the objective ...

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‘Euphoria’ controversies make fans uncomfortable

The hit HBO show Euphoria has returned for a much-awaited second season. The first episode aired on January 9th and earned 13.1 Million viewers on that same night. While the show is breaking barriers, it is important to ask: How much is too much? Specifically, in terms of nudity. HBO has been long known as a television channel that allows ...

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