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2015-01-28

Pop Addict: Depressing ads; Bobbi Kristina rushed to hospital

Written by Kayla Stroud, Web Editor  Winners of the Week: Depressing Superbowl Commercials Seahawks fans weren’t the only ones pulling a long face this past Sunday night. In a night of buzzkill commercials, one stood out among the pack. Nationwide Insurance Company spent a reported $6.75 million on a Superbowl spot that left quite the impression with audiences. The commercial featured ...

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Horoscopes: Love Forecast 2/2/15

The week ahead…   Monday, Feb. 2 – Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015 Aquarius: Jan. 20 – Feb. 18 Friendly Mercury is inspiring you to set out on a new path. You could be thinking about moving somewhere, starting a different career, or checking out new jobs in your existing field. You’re ready to embrace great opportunities with life and with ...

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Horoscopes: Daily Forecast 2/1/15

Today’s Birthday (02/01/15). This is your year for creative collaboration! Nurture and cultivate friendships and partnerships. Fantasies and dreams can make (and lose) money. Keep it well-planned and organized before committing funds. Work gets especially profitable after 3/20. An educational dilemma could require travel after 4/4. Family finances can especially grow after 10/13… watch the budget closely. Share appreciations. To ...

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Pop Addict: Lil Wayne and Birdman seperate; Blink-182 Breakup

Written by Kayla Stroud, Web Editor Lil Wayne Files for Divorce Apparently being the “best rapper alive” isn’t enough to keep Lil Wayne from being wrapped up in legal disputes. Trouble seems to be brewing in the Cash Money family as Mr. Carter is suing the Bird for $51 million to be released from his Cash Money contract. He has made ...

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Once upon a time: ‘Sleeping Beauty’ wakes up audience with performance

by Kristin Whitman “Once upon a time, in a kingdom far away, a beautiful princess was born.” Awaken to the lights and dancing of “Sleeping Beauty.” Valdosta School of Ballet put on a Sleeping Beauty the Ballet last Friday and Saturday in the Mathis Municipal Auditorium with a cast of all ages. Back by popular demand this year, “Sleeping Beauty” ...

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Unavailable classes cost students time and money

College is typically seen as a four-year chapter in someone’s life – at least it’s supposed to be. However, now taking five to six years to earn an undergrad degree is quite normal. This extended college stay can be partly attributed to students hopping from one major to another, but other reasons are the lack of flexibility in class schedules ...

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Horoscopes: Daily Forecast 1/31/15

Today’s Birthday (01/31/15). Celebrate and savor friendships this year. Build community networks with generosity, and it comes back multiplied. New income flowers after 3/20. An educational turning point arises after springtime. Partnership (and romance) especially flourishes after 4/8. October brings a new phase in shared prosperity. Keep organized. Work together for unimaginable results. Follow your heart. To get the advantage, ...

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Horoscopes: Daily Forecast 1/30/15

Today’s Birthday (01/30/15). Community networks prove key this year. Take advantage of lucrative opportunities, especially after 3/20. Partners have solutions for unexpected roadblocks in an intellectual adventure. Collaboration flowers after 4/8. Help others, and get assistance when needed. October eclipses bring a new phase in family finances despite shaky communications. Prioritize love over money. Savor what you have. Nurture your ...

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Academic foregiveness still needs ‘fine tuning’

by Kristin Whitman Call to order of decisions to be made at VSU. Faculty Senate had a meeting last Thursday, Jan. 22, in University Center Magnolia Room to talk about new, old and unfinished business on campus. The meeting started out with the election of a new Parliamentarian. Dr. Peggy Moch, who served in this capacity last semester, is on ...

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Blazers hope to keep up streak

by Stuart Price It was a Blazer’s total take down, but now they hope to regain that confidence against Shorter University tonight. The Blazers defeated the conference-leading Chargers on Jan. 22 against the University of Alabama-Huntsville. With a late three-pointer from Josh Lemons, sophomore guard, and a key block from Colin Cook, senior forward/center, the Blazers were able to maintain ...

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