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Exploring Healthy Relationships During Women’s History Month

On Tuesday, March 26, the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies sponsored an event in collaboration with the Title IX Office here at VSU. The event, “One Love Workshop: Exploring Healthy Relationships” included a discussion and a film that dived deeper into the warning signs of an unhealthy relationship. The workshop began with an introduction from Dr. A. J. Ramirez, ...

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Professor Spotlight: Meet Dr. Brian Sowa

Dr. Brian Sowa is a professor of public relations at VSU in the communication arts department. He has been teaching for over 25 years at four different universities and has been a professor at VSU for six and a half years. Throughout Dr. Sowa’s professional career, he has worked in corporate, in the radio and music industry as a DJ, ...

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Downtown Arts District Features Art Walk

The Annette Howell Turner Center for Arts and Valdosta Main Street created a new partnership to recognize the Valdosta City Center Arts District. The partnership highlights local businesses, local artists and the community through building connections. The Art Walk is a one mile long art instillation along N. Ashley Street, Webster Street, E. Hill Avenue and N. Patterson Street. The ...

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Photos from the Blazers’ 28-3 win against North Greenville

The Blazers were on fire last Saturday as they defeated North Greenville with a score of 28-3. The Valdosta State Blazers’ football team is now 4-0 and remains undefeated.  The student section was full of school spirit as they showed off their Blazer pride while cheering on the undefeated team last Saturday. The band was also feeling Blazer pride as ...

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Unfinished apartment complex leaves students in limbo

More than 150 Valdosta State University students are living without promised housing after signing leases with a new apartment complex that has not been fully built. The complex, Magnolia Reserve, has placed some students in allegedly questionable motels while awaiting completion. According to an e-mail obtained by The Spectator, students have been reported living in their cars, complaining about unsafe ...

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The aftermath of Hurricane Idalia causing potential seven week clean up

Ever since Hurricane Idalia hit the city of Valdosta, Georgia, on Aug. 30, 2023, Valdosta State University has made efforts to clean and restore what has been lost. A campus-wide power outage occurred on Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 10:30 a.m. Generators were active during the power outage throughout the VSU Police Department, Information Technology systems, and VSU Emergency Operations Center, ...

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