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Football looks to improve to 5-1 against Miss. College

  Written by Juston Lewis, Staff Writer Despite snatching the Peach Basket away from West Georgia, head coach Kerwin Bell said VSU football still has room to improve ahead of the matchup against Mississippi College. Roland Rivers got the start against UWG after another week of competing with Adam Robles in practice. Rivers had complete control of the game until ...

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VSU silences West Georgia at 38-27

Written  by Kyle Dawson, Sports Editor VSU football silenced the West Georgia Wolves as they won 38-27 to reclaim the Peach Basket after UWG threw four interceptions. Coach Bell said he didn’t realize how intense VSU’s rivalry was with the Wolves. “It was intense from the time we walked out here in warm ups,” Bell said. “I didn’t know it ...

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Matthew strikes the Southeast

Written by Julia Rodriquez, Opinions Editor Hurricane Matthew has become a deadly storm and although it probably won’t make full landfall in Georgia, Valdosta may still experience tropical storm conditions. According to CNN, Matthew is a Category 3 hurricane that has caused counties in Florida and South Carolina to announce a state of emergency.  The storm is predicted to build ...

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Editorial: Domestic violence hurts everyone

Nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. During one year, this equates to more than 10 million women and men, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV). October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month for the purpose of encouraging survivors to come forward to seek help and protection. What is ...

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