Benjamin Woods, junior, mass media major “The first wellness day was beneficial to me. It’s no spring break, but at this point of the semester, any break is a good break.” Zyaria Wright, freshman, psychology major “I think it was a feeble attempt at a break. I understand their attempts to decrease the chances of students getting and spreading COVID, ...Read More »
People Poll: How do you deal with test anxiety?
Test Anxiety is described as a combination of physical symptoms and emotional reactions that interfere with your ability to perform well on tests according to learningcenter.unc.edu. Being college students, we experience test anxiety quite a bit from cramming in notes right before a test to having the thought of failure in the back of our minds. Let’s see what some ...Read More »
What does Black History Month mean to you?
Jonothan Smith, freshman political science major “Black history month to me is more appreciation of Black people who are actively making history. People today that are influencing the future of Blacks in America.” Robin T. Harrison, graduate student choral conducting major “Black History Month to me means remembering the people and events that gave me the liberties to live comfortably ...Read More »
People Poll: What is your opinion on the current VSU withdrawal Policy?
VSU’s withdrawal policy has been revised and argued about for quite some time now. The current policy states that students are allowed to use five withdrawals before an automatic F for a class appears on official transcripts. Some students have an opinion on the current Withdrawal policy. Isabella Webb, freshman music education major “The (current) withdrawal policy would not be ...Read More »
People Poll: How do students deal with stress?
The school semester is already stressful, whether you are learning remotely or face-to-face. School is not the only thing that many students must deal with. For many students, their schedules include work, classes, quarantine, children and family. So how do they their stress? Anthony Willingham, a junior dental hygiene major “Stress has always been known as the “silent killer” and ...Read More »
People Poll: What advice do you have for time management in college?
Sebastian Fernandez, freshman music performance major “My advice is to look at your schedule weekly. If you have a set plan for workouts, time to do homework or go to classes that helps. Wake up at a certain hour so you can get to class, get your studying done and the rest of your day. Weekends are a good time ...Read More »
People Poll: Who would you like to see in music this year?
Fourteen days into 2021, and some of today’s popular music artists are already coming out with hits such as “Good Days” by R&B artist SZA and the female rap collaboration “Best Friend” by Saweetie featuring Doja Cat, which is currently trending at number one on YouTube. During the first two weeks in 2021, popular music artist SZA and Saweetie came ...Read More »
People Poll: How did you feel about the Inauguration?
Julianna Massey, Junior, Business Management “I’m really glad that with everything that was going on that President Biden was able to get into office Ok, and there weren’t any attempts on his life. I’m glad everything went smoothly.” Jasmine Haynes, Freshman, Psychology Major “I was ready; it’s been a long day coming! We’ve been waiting, and he has a ...Read More »
People Poll: Do you prefer Xbox or PlayStation?
Maegan Calhoun, freshman music education major “PlayStation most definitely. I just prefer the layout of the controller and it’s a lot cheaper for online gaming in my opinion.” Dominick Jones, sophomore art major “PlayStation. I’ve grown up with PlayStation and I have never really changed. Also, because the controller is bigger than Xbox so it fits in my ...Read More »
People Poll: What’s your favorite part about Thanksgiving?
Thanksgiving holiday is quickly approaching. Not everyone loves the holiday, but those who do typically have similar reasons behind their love. Kaleb Woodruff, freshman business economic major “My favorite part of Thanksgiving is spending time with family and eating. I like bonding with my family.” Margaret Bingham, sophomore undecided major “It’s between eating and spending time with family. There is ...Read More »