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2016-09-22

OK to wear white after Labor Day

Written by Hunter Terrell, Circulation Manager The leading American tradition of not wearing white after Labor Day, used to be more than the suitable; it was a social standard established in the late 19th century after the Civil War. Recognized women of higher society, established this fashion decree to determine if someone was of a previous respectable title of results ...

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Rowe satisfied with state of police department

Written by  , As the end of national campus safety awareness month comes to a close, VSU students have some concerns about the University Police’s ability to protect students around campus. The VSU police is a normal police department just like city, county and state organizations, according to Campus Police Chief Charles Alan Rowe. On campus, there are 26 full-time ...

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‘Eurydice’ tonight

Written by Kimberly Cannon, Staff Writer The first showing of Valdosta State University’s performance of the play “Eurydice,” to be held in the Lab Theatre in the Fine Arts building tonight at 7:30 p.m. The play “Eurydice,” by Sarah Ruhl is a retelling of the myth of Orpheus, the Greek poet and musician, through the perspective of his wife Eurydice. ...

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SGA discusses sponsorships, legislation

Written by Jada Dukes, Staff Writer VSU SGA’s most recent meeting included talks of sponsorships, officer positions, campus events and new legislation. The meeting began with a presentation from two members of the on-campus fraternity, Kappa Alpha Si. Two members came before the senate to ask for a co-sponsorship from SGA in the amount of $350 for their annual leadership ...

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Editorial: Safety is a collective effort

There are numerous policies and procedures in place for keeping VSU students and the community safe. Some procedures are working well while others are turning out to be better in theory than in reality. Some have worked such as the use of color cards, but others have not such as text alerts. Others are supposed to work but have become ...

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