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Kuhns named new women’s basketball coach

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Written by Kyle Dawson, Photo Editor In what was both an introduction and a homecoming, Carley Kuhns was introduced as the new head coach of the VSU women’s basketball team at a press conference Monday. Kuhns, who has spent the last six years as an assistant at Belmont University, played basketball at VSU from 2004 to 2008 where she scored ...

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Games Corner: 6-20-16

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Print this out and see if you can complete our games page! Complete the grid so that every row, column, diagonal and 3×2 box contains every digit from 1 to 6 inclusive. Good luck! (Solutions: Click Here) Find the words hidden in the grid of letters. (Solutions: Click Here)   Come back Wednesday for more!

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Games Corner: 6-8-16

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Print this out and see if you can complete our games page! Complete the grid so that every row, column, diagonal and 3×2 box contains every digit from 1 to 6 inclusive. Good luck! (Solutions: Click Here) Find the words hidden in the grid of letters. (Solutions: Click Here) Come back Wednesday for more!

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Taylor Swift to Zayn Malik, there are Hollywood breakups everywhere this week

A pop culture fanatic's shortlist of this week's happenings. (Photo Illustration: Kayla Stroud/THE SPECTATOR)

Written by Kayla Stroud, Web Editor While the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard divorce has taken over headlines since it was announced, there have been a few other newly broken up A-List couples clamoring to the forefront of the ever-revolving news cycle. From Taylor and Calvin to Zayn and Gigi, a number of young Hollywood couples seem to have also ...

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VSU hosts Google start up week

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Written by Julia Rodriquez The Google tech start up weekend is being hosted at VSU on June 17-18. The program is a chance to pitch business ideas, and work on making them a reality. Executives from industries such as Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft and more will be attending to give training on how to start and run a business. “A curator ...

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Nintendo tries new venture with “Miitomo”

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Written by Carlius Williams, Staff Writer Nintendo’s first smart phone game app, “Miitomo,” has been gaining quite a bit of popularity over the past few weeks. You can link Facebook, Twitter, and Google + to it if you do not have a Nintendo account. The free to use app allows customize your own “Mii” character in the Nintendo universe. The ...

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Download The Spectator mobile app!

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Keep Up With Everything VSU by downloading The Spectator mobile app! You can compete in contests to Win awesome prizes and send in news as you see it happen! Get it free for your iPhone or Android device. The Spectator is the official app for the student newspaper of Valdosta State University. It is a location-based mobile app platform that delivers ...

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Five senior biology graduates honored

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Written by Gabe Burns, Editor-in-Chief On May 7, five VSU students graduated having made school history. The VSU biology department gives an Annual Senior Award to the graduating senior with the highest GPA. Since 2006, the honor has been bestowed to one individual. In 2016, it’s breaking that trend. Jake Croft, Reanne Harris, Jayme “Erin” Parker, Hannah Pittman and Jesse ...

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Communications, VSU trending upward

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Written by Gabe Burns, Editor-in-Chief “Everything that goes up must come down. But there comes a time when not everything that’s down can come up.” That quote, made famous by the late comedian George Burns, recognizes the reality that unfavorable conditions don’t always improve. Recently, VSU has undergone what most schools would consider unfavorable conditions. Since 2011, the university has ...

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Blazer baseball bounces back against Delta State

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Written by Austin Wells, Staff Writer After getting swept by West Georgia in their last series, the VSU Blazer baseball team looked to bounce back against another conference rival in Delta State University. The series started last Saturday with Game 1 of an afternoon doubleheader, where the Blazers couldn’t get back in the win column. VSU would get out to ...

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