29 April

Damage Report

An e-mail sent by the VSU housing and residence office demanding damage fees be paid has upset some of the students living on campus. Four of the eight residence halls received bills for maintenance repairs in preparation for next year’s residence. Each resident received an equal bill amount, but the price of damages varied by […]

29 April

No new summer construction plans

According to Robert Kellner of Auxiliary Services, VSU will not initiate any new construction during the summer, and instead will focus on completion of already existing projects such as the renovation of Langdale Hall’s C-wing. This comes as good news for environmental advocates who feel that past construction has negatively affected native animals’ habitats. “Trees […]

29 April

New apartments opening

A new off-campus housing option is now available for VSU students. What will attract students most to these apartments is the proximity to campus, according to founder Kurt Lamon. “Living at CarronOak eliminates the constant parking hassle,” according to the CarronOak Web site. The CarronOak student housing, which is located on Oak Street across from […]

29 April

Former professor arrested

A former professor at VSU was allegedly caught with a stolen VSU laptop during a warranted search of his office by the Western Kentucky University Police Department. On March 22, Captain Lee McKinney of the WKU PD contacted VSU police about a HP Compaq tc4200 laptop found in Dr. Mark Fenster’s office at WKU. The […]

29 April

Art on sale for charity

This Friday, the VSU art department will be sponsoring their eighth annual Mother’s Day sale, located in the ceramics studio of the Fine Arts Building. After being hired at VSU in 2001, professor Michael Schmidt along with students of the ceramics program began organizing such events to showcase their hard work and raise money. “Thirty […]

29 April

The must see movies of this summer

Summer is a time for relaxation, recuperation, and revival, a time to go to the beach, have fun with friends, visit family, read, watch TV all day, whatever you desire. Summer is ideal in those aspects, but it is also a prime time to go to the movies. Here’s what’s coming out this year. Last […]

29 April

‘Remember Me’ brings more than just romance

Tyler Hawkins and Ally Craig have both lead harsh lives in the harsh world of New York City. When fate puts them together, a perfect match is created. While a lot of the focus is on the relationship of Tyler and Ally, the plot is complicated. There are issues involving the inattentive lawyer father Charles […]

29 April

Lady Blazers split double-header

The Lady Blazers split a double header with the University of West Florida on Sunday, winning game one 5-0 and coming up short in game two 4-2. Even with the mental errors and struggle at bat, junior Holly Satterfield was able to improve her pitching record to 22-2 on the season by pulling through in […]

29 April

The World Cup is back

On June 11, 2010, the world’s attention will be focused on the 19th FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Thirty-two nations will send their men’s national soccer teams to the southern coast of Africa to represent their homeland. The World Cup, which began in 1930, is an international soccer tournament that takes place every four […]