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Letter from the editor: Good-Bye VSU

Written by: Jordan Hill, Opinions Editor While VSU has been the center of attention for the past few weeks, it’s been the center of my attention for the past four years. My college graduation is quickly approaching and I am thrilled. As one chapter of my life comes to a close, I look back at all the great times I’ve had ...

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Exclusive Interview with R&B singer SoMo

Texas born R&B singer SoMo was first introduced on YouTube in 2012, but it wasn’t until late 2013 when his breakthrough song “Ride” debuted on the Billboard charts that led to his meteoric rise to fame. We sat down with SoMo after his concert at VSU.  

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Exclusive Sneak Peek of our Interview R&B singer SoMo

Our Opinions Editor, Jordan Hill, sat down with R&B singer SoMo after his concert at VSU. Here’s a quick glimpse of our staff’s interview asking the questions that are on everyone’s mind. You can catch the full video of our exclusive sesh right here this Thursday!    

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Required voting results in uniformed votes

by Jordan Hill Vote even though you don’t know with what party you affiliate. Vote even though you don’t know any of the candidates. Vote even though you don’t know what you want from a president. To make voting a requirement for every U.S. citizen is a good thought, but it opens up a can of uninformed worms to make ...

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Facebook takes simple step to prevent negativity

by Jordan Hill Are you feeling fat after eating that third slice of pizza? Don’t tap your Facebook app to complain about it. An activist group, Endangered Bodies, petitioned for Facebook to delete the option of adding “feeling fat” to your status and complained that it made fun of people who may feel overweight. Sixteen thousand people signed the petition ...

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10 ways to show you love America

1. Respect the government—whether you do or do not agree with the president, respect him and respect those working for our country. 2. Work—it is up to each person to work and provide financial stability for him/herself and the country. 3. Care—helping others succeed will help our country succeed. 4. Accept—the U.S. is a crockpot, not a separated serving tray. ...

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Lawmakers push for changes in AP History

by Jordan Hill Like many of us, America has a history—some good, bad and very ugly. That’s the beauty of education. As students, we deserve to know the unbiased truth about what our country has been through. After all, history is known to repeat itself. Oklahoma lawmakers are pushing to change the state’s AP History curriculum. They are pushing to ...

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Let’s (not) get it on

by Jordan Hill Sleeping with your professor is a big no-no, or so you would think. A problem that is seen as a hush-hush scandal has come into the light. Harvard University recently banned sexual relationships between students and professors. Sounds like a Lifetime movie, right? In an interview with The Huffington Post, Billie Dziech, a professor at the University ...

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Students deserve to learn about different religions

by Jordan Hill The separation of church and state is hitting close to good ‘ole Valdosta, thanks to Gideons Bible distributers, who asked the Dougherty County school district to allow them to pass bibles out in the local schools. Whether religion and education should be allowed to inter-mingle is an age-old debate, but the Bible distributers continue to push school ...

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Photoshop too Far

by Jordan Hill It is up for debate as to whether Bruce Jenner is actually turning himself into a woman. It is clear that the tabloids are swaying us to believe his Y chromosome is slowly transforming into an X chromosome with the help of devilish software—Photoshop. All too often we see celebrities transformed into something they are not with ...

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