31 October

Just in time for Halloween: Top Underrated Modern Horror Flicks

Written by Kayla Stroud, Web Editor 28 Days Later/28 Weeks Later A contagious outbreak makes its way across London turning unsuspecting citizens into rabid, blood thirsty monsters. Creator…went outside the prototypical slow movie zombie archetype and turned his creations in a human-esque version of a dog with rabies. These films also feature what happens to […]

04 December

VSU Ignites School Spirit in Students

Written by Mayah Cantave, Staff Writer School spirit is not something that can be defined easily. It is a feeling of pride, a moment to foster relationships between students and to show support to your school. VSU is attempting to give all students and members of the community that feeling of pride. VSU has begun […]

04 December

VSU community reacts to Ferguson

Written By: LaMarcus Wilkerson Like much of the nation, the VSU community reacted to the most recent events in Ferguson in a way that expressed its discomfort and frustration. Several demonstrations held by various organizations have occurred on campus since students returned from Thanksgiving break and more protests are expected to happen in the near […]

04 December

Holiday events on campus

Written By:  Lia Armistead The holiday season is upon us and VSU is hosting many events in the next week to help students, faculty and staff get in the holiday spirit while finishing the semester. VSU community members have an opportunity to help a child in need this holiday season by becoming a Holiday Helper. […]

04 December

VSU plays West Georgia in third round of D-2 playoffs

Written by: Alex Tostado   The No. 21 Valdosta State football team returns home for the third round of the Division-II playoffs. The Blazers will face No. 25 West Georgia Wolves, a Gulf South Conference opponent on Saturday at noon. VSU tamed the wolves fairly easily in October with a commanding 40-6 home victory. VSU […]

04 December

Pride of VSU: Organization helps recruit football players

Written by: Allison Thorpe Football. America’s most loved sport. But all the tailgating, touchdowns, and tears hinge on one of the most tedious and thought-out processes of the game: recruiting. What many fans aren’t aware of is how a player chooses a school. Not only do coaches hunt for the best of the best to […]

04 December

Red Shoes for Blazer spirit

Written by: Mayah Cantave School spirit is not something that can be defined easily. It is a feeling of pride, a moment to foster relationships between students and to show support to your school. VSU is attempting to give all students and members of the community that feeling of pride. VSU has begun to kick […]

04 December

Smoothies make great on-the-go meal

Written: Hailey Nelson  During the week, I usually don’t have time to get out of bed, take a shower, get ready, pull together all of my school supplies, and make myself breakfast. I’m pretty sure all of us have experienced days like this. For me, on-the-go smoothies have been a lifesaver when comes to conserving […]

04 December

Calm down about Ebola

Written: Alex Tostado Number of times Kim Kardashian has been married: three. Number of people who have died on American soil from Ebola: two. At this rate, you have a better chance of marrying Kim Kardashian than getting Ebola. Before Thanksgiving break, students received a bombardment of emails from the Office of the President about […]