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Faux trailer comes to life as comic thriller ‘Machete’

How does he do it? How does Robert Rodriguez present an audience with such absurd stories and cartoonish situations and make such fantastic films? I have no clue, but he continues his unblemished record with the release of “Machete.” Based on the popular fake trailer from the Rodriguez/Tarantino collaborative gore fest “Grindhouse,” “Machete” is the story of a Federale (played ...

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Lady Blazers hope to bounce back

BOCA RATON, Fla. – The Lady Blazers volleyball team dropped all three of their matches this weekend in the Lynn Invitational. Lynn, Colorado at Colorado Springs, and Lewis swept VSU, winning all three sets in each match respectively. Although they fell short in every encounter, VSU’s first two outings of the tournament were moderately close. Against Lynn, the Lady Blazers ...

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Blazers unique duo hits field

Every season there are at least a couple of players who are considered the “old guys” of the team. These players are sometimes fifth year seniors or just older seniors. These experienced players normally have some of the most passion on the field. This season’s “old guys” are Schneider Cineus and Doug Cain—both of whom served in the United States ...

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Blazer Zone a success

The tailgate in Drexel Park last Saturday before the opening game against Wingate was a success according to Director of Marketing of Athletics Tom Hughes. Despite the success, many feel that VSU students can still do more to be involved and show team spirit. “The hamburgers provided by SGA were great, and the environment was fun and friendly, but I ...

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Blazers head to Newberry

Redshirt freshman quarterback Brett Whitmire was given the reigns of the VSU offense on the 12th offensive possession of this past Saturday’s 25-22 win over the Wingate Bulldogs.

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Front lawn policy proposed

Complaints from the City of Valdosta and the appearance of worn-out spots of grass on the Front Lawn have caused the Space and Facilities Committee to create a draft policy placing restrictions on the use of the Front Lawn. “[This issue] has been pressed upon us quickly by members of the community, the campus community and the local community,” said ...

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Provost search still on

VSU’s search for a new provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs continues, as two candidates have recently been ruled out. Dr. V.K. Unni, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Bryant University and Dr. David Glassman, dean of the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Southern Indiana were the final two candidates chosen for on-campus interviews out of ...

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Blazer Zone promotes Blazer pride

Get ready sports fans. VSU is launching a new tradition with Blazer Zone, an event happening this Saturday before the first football game. The event will be held at Drexel Park from noon to 6 p.m. and will be open to the entire Valdosta community. The purpose of the event is to draw fan support and attendance for VSU’s first ...

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Stand-up to entertain in Union

Big Badd Stand-Up comedy is making an appearance tonight at the Union Theatre at 7 p.m. The Campus Activity Board is hosting the nationally touring comedians Mike Albanese, Bob Place, Steve Mills, and Shane Leverett.

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