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Voices of the Students — Breaking News

We set out to ask the People their opinions on how they felt about President McKinney resigning. What other options do YOU think could VSU consider to avoid laying off teachers? Leave your suggestions in the comments below!

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Comedian uses ASL to get laughs

Written by Jyrell Wynn, Staff Writer On April 3, comedian Wink will present his comedy act from 7-9 p.m. in the Student Union Theatre. Windell Smith Jr. (aka Wink) travels across the United States to sponsor American Sign Language and Deaf rights through his comedy shows. Wink describes his experience of living in a deaf household and how his parents ...

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Two Minute Talk with Tyler Barker

We followed VSU’s Student Government Association President around the Student Union to get to know him a little better. One thing that we learned is that he has an incredibly busy life right now.

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Comedians Nema and Double D visit VSU

Written by: Cole Edwards Students gathered in the Student Union Ballroom for some hearty laughs on Thursday evening (Nov. 13) courtesy of comedian Degario “Double D” Turner. Hailing from Atlanta, where he has been performing comedy professionally for 16 years, Turner offered VSU students a comedic style consisting mostly of real-life takes on family, college life and dating. During his ...

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Study-abroad program growing at community colleges

By Patricia Alex / The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) / (MCT) HACKENSACK, N.J. – Most community college students haven’t left their counties for school; now a push is under way for them to leave the country. Bergen Community College in New Jersey is one of more than 240 schools that are part of an initiative by the global Institute of International ...

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Streaming poses a dilemma for musicians, fan

Written By: Dan Deluca   To stream or not to stream: That is the question. Back in July, when Taylor Swift was plotting the pop-music takeover that culminated in sales of almost 1.3 million copies of her album 1989 in its debut week, she wrote an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal. Widely mocked as naIve at the time, the ...

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