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Former VSU president found liable

The federal district court in North Georgia has found that former VSU President Dr. Ronald M. Zaccari violated the civil rights of former VSU student T. Hayden Barnes when Barnes was expelled in 2007. Barnes, who was expelled after a protest in 2007, won the three year trial against former VSU President Dr. Ronald M. Zaccari on Sept. 3. The ...

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VSU’s Kinsey dead at age 53

Sue Kinsey died at the age of 53 on Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2010 at her residence in Lake Park. Sue was a valuable member of the Valdosta State University Office of Financial Aid for over seven years. She cared deeply for all of the students she worked with, and received many “I Caught You Caring” certificates in honor of her ...

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Professor found dead on campus

On Sunday, Sept. 5, Dr. Daniel Murphey was found dead outside of Nevins Hall. Dr. Murphey had been appointed a temporary faculty position starting this semester in the Biology Department. Murphey moved to Valdosta in Aug. from the St. James School of Medicine in the British West Indies and was preparing for his job as a biology professor. He had ...

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Construction not worth it

The fresh air of fall is right around the corner. Breathe in real deep and you can smell the fragrance of freshly laid asphalt. Take a stroll through our beautiful main campus and notice the demolished building.

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People Poll: With Saturday’s big win are you more likely to attend the games?

Tanteneya Horne junior mass media major “Definitely, I love to support my school. It doesn’t really matter to me if they lose or win.” Alexandra Lodmell sophomore mass media major “Oh yeah, definitely! I’m not a fan of football, but I look forward to the next game.” Eric Carlson junior journalism major “I’ll definitely consider going to some more games. ...

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VSU students display spirit

Congratulations students of Valdosta State. We have school spirit and the student body, as a whole, supports the athletic programs here in Titletown USA. In the past, the student turnout at football games has been lackluster and disappointing. Sure it was a down year in 2009, but leaving before halftime—with maybe the exception of when North Alabama beat us down—is ...

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Oprah, Sir Paul to receive honor at Kennedy Center

This holiday season, a grand gift waits for a few select individuals. Tune in to CBS on December 28th to watch as five tremendously successful individuals are honored as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts throws their 33rd Kennedy Center Honors gala. The honorees are talk show host extraordinaire Oprah Winfrey, country star Merle Haggard, Broadway composer ...

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2010: Year of Music Videos, Comebacks

When you listen to music on the iPod or radio, your ears are pleased with the sounds of your favorite artists; specifically artists you haven’t heard in years. 2010 has proved to be the year of The Comeback. But what actually defines a comeback? Is it when an artist has a powerful single? (We saw this with R&B legend Sade ...

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