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2015-11-12

Horoscope: Daily Forecast 11/18/15

Today’s Birthday (11/18/15). Accomplish the seemingly impossible through collaboration and teamwork this year. Money flows with disciplined attention. A new springtime passion takes over your previous plans. Balance with meditation and exercise. Push community action to a new level this autumn, and it gets extra fun. Focus on love. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the ...

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VSU students organize protest following recent UMO events

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Asst. Opinions Editor A silent protest took place Nov. 12 in solidarity with protests against alleged racist actions at the University of Missouri. According to the Washington Post, Tim Wolfe, president of the University of Missouri, was accused of not efficiently handling racist incidents on campus. The Washington Post further explains that these unaddressed incidents included ...

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Horoscope: Daily Forecast 11/17/15

Today’s Birthday (11/17/15). Your friends are golden this year. Whatever you collaborate on flourishes. Take advantage, and pour on the steam! Money flows with consistent action. Next spring invigorates romance, disrupting your retrospective musings. Prepare the team for an autumn launch, and raise a level with practice. Share your passion. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is ...

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What to look forward to: Movies still to come in 2015

Written by Stuart Price, Staff Writer This year has brought many entertaining flicks, but there’s still some time left for studios to squeeze in a few more. Here’s a short list of some the movies that are set to make big screen appearances soon. Legend Tom Hardy plays twin gangsters Reggie and Ronnie Kray, two of the most notorious English ...

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Held in the lowest regard: budget cuts hit honors students

Written by Jyrell Wynn, Staff Writer Earning the recognition as an honor student or teacher is seen as a remarkable achievement for students and parents. The title represents the best traits of determination, persistence, and honor in academic pursuits of excellence. Unfortunately, the title comes with a receipt for many Valdosta State students and staff as they witness the value of ...

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Tiny houses make big plans: New trend helps owners save money and the environment

Written by Kenzie Kesselring, Opinions Editor The bigger the better. The more the merrier. Go big or go home; until now. The tiny house trend is the latest craze in the housing industry, and it’s catching people’s attention. HGTV and DYI Network have developed several shows that highlight people looking to building or find their own tiny home in hopes of ...

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Horoscope: Daily Forecast 11/16/15

Today’s Birthday (11/16/15). Personal projects flourish this year. Give it everything you’ve got! Domestic renewal over springtime anticipates the year-long social phase (after Jupiter enters Libra on 9/9). New professional levels appear after autumn, which could shake things up at home. Balance for maximum passion and play. Collaborate. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest ...

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Horoscope: Love Forecast 11/16 – 11/22

What’s in your Love Forecast for this week? Monday, Nov. 16 – Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015 Scorpio: Oct. 24 – Nov. 2 As two planets zap you with positive energy, you could experience a life-changing event. Maybe you’ll meet the love of your life on the subway. Or perhaps you’ll have a career opportunity that arrives out of the blue. ...

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VSU will say goodbye to long time professor and mentor Shirley Hardin

Written by Niamani Carlyle-Hollis, Staff Writer VSU will bid farewell to yet another great professor. Dr. Shirley Hodge Hardin, Valdosta State University Director of African American Studies and Professor of English, will be retiring after 40 years of teaching. Effective on January 1, 2016, Dr. Hardin will officially be a retired great, but not without celebration. A committee of Valdosta ...

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New marketing campaign seeing results for next fall

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Asst. Opinions Editor Application submissions are up just as hoped thanks to the VSYOU campaign. It is still early and many more applications are hoped to come; but already, expectations have been exceeded. “As of right now this year we are significantly up in applications which is encouraging,” Terrell Mitchell, director of admissions, said. “We are a little ...

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