Recent Posts

Photos: Campus Recreation Center

VSU’s Student Recreation Center provides a multitude of gym equipment, activities and areas that students can use to work out, build their aerobic skills and focus on their physical health. Students use the gym for multiple things. “There are a lot of things in life you cannot control,” Isaiah Shepard, a VSU student, said.  “I come to the gym because ...

Read More »

Student Spotlight: Meet Johnny Welch

Johnny Welch, a freshman elementary education major, has always been interested in teaching. As a child, he wanted to be a doctor or a teacher. Now, his dream is to be a superintendent of Worth County Schools district by 40. His favorite school subject is math, and he enjoys a wide variety of activities, literary and television genres. He enjoys ...

Read More »

Photos: Campus Wellness De-stress Fest

Campus Wellness held their annual De-Stress Fest on Wednesday, Nov. 17. The event hosted over eight events for students to enjoy. From ax throwing to personal messages, they had it all. “Everyone needs a chance for self-care, and an opportunity for good coping skills, especially during this time,” Becky Murphy, Health Promotions and Wellness employee, said.     Cameron Jackman, ...

Read More »

People Poll: When is the best time to prepare for the holidays?

Kayley Stevens, a freshman communications major “I think you should start some time in November, but the bare minimum should be Thanksgiving.” Andrew Barnes, a senior communications major, said right after Halloween is the best time to prepare. “It gives you more time to enjoy the holiday, and you don’t have to scramble to get decorations up.” Scott Tillman, a ...

Read More »

Spectator Favorites: Thanksgiving Pie Edition

TJ – None “Pie is a disgrace to pastries everywhere.” Madison – Sweet Potato “It’s sweeter than pumpkin pie, and my aunt used to make one special for me during the holidays.” Bailey – Pumpkin “Pumpkin pie is like the perfect balance of tart and sweet, so I love it because it doesn’t make me sick after I eat it.” ...

Read More »

Blazers rout West Georgia, advance to quarterfinals

The No. 5 Blazers (10-1) started their playoff run with a bang, routing No. 13 West Georgia (9-3) 66-35 while racking up a school-record 719 yards. The Blazers will host No. 10 Bowie State (12-1) on Dec. 4 at 1 p.m. After trading punts to open the game, the Blazers got a fourth down stop in West Georgia territory. Two ...

Read More »

10 songs to put you in the holiday spirit

The holiday season has finally arrived to decorate, watch movies and make sweet treats. But Christmas isn’t complete without the right music playing in the background. Christmas music is what really puts people in the holiday spirit, so here is a list of the top 10 best Christmas songs to listen to get the holiday spirit. “All I Want for ...

Read More »

Adele’s heartbreak comforts listeners in ‘30’

Adele’s fourth studio studio album has been released, and she claims the inspiration for this album came from her recent divorce between her and her ex-husband, Simon Konecki. The leading single, “Easy on Me,” was released as a precursor to the release of the official, 12 tracks with 15 tracks on the deluxe edition. Adele has claimed that these songs ...

Read More »

Munger continues family cross country legacy

Cross country is no easy feat. It requires strength, endurance and determination. These are just a few of the traits that Alec Munger, a first-year nursing major and cross country runner here at VSU, incorporates into not just his races but everyday life. Born in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Munger has been an avid runner all his life. As a kid, he ...

Read More »

A conversation with Bill Connelly of ESPN

Bill Connelly is a sportswriter and analyst at ESPN who covers college football. He attended college at the University of Missouri and still lives in Columbia, Missouri, today. Early in his career, Connelly started out as a sports blogger writing for Football Outsiders. In 2011, he began writing fulltime with SB Nation. Finally, Connelly was brought on by ESPN in ...

Read More »