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Marriage and Family Therapy grad students share tips on relationships

Tuesday night, Marriage and Family Therapy graduate students shared their intuitions and tips on healthy relationships with members of the sororities Chi Omega, Zeta Tau Alpha, and Zeta Phi Beta. The sisters participated in a graduate student-led workshop, “Marriage and Family Therapist Reveal: How to Save Your Relationship,” held in the University Center on Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. The ...

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Costumes gone slutty?

Dress Like a Slut Day? Is it Halloween? Or National Dress like a ‘Hoochie-Momma Day?’ When did Halloween stray from trick-or-treating-witches and haunted houses- and turn into a holiday for girls to dress in skanky costumes, and it’s perfectly acceptable? Halloween is no longer a night of pumpkins, gremlins and ghosts; it is an expensive night of drunken sexy dress-up. ...

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Aurandt: two times a champion

 He’s not only a national champion, he coaches champions too. Tyler Aurandt came to VSU in 2002 after being recruited by coach David Dean.  As a red-shirted freshman, Aurandt anxiously watched as the Blazers made the national championship; unfortunately Grand Valley State defeated them. Two years later, Aurandt was ready for his shot at that national championship title.  The Blazers ...

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Safety tips for the tipsy

Lacey Bearden Staff writer lbearden@valdosta.edu Safety never takes a vacation, not even when you set out for a crazy night of partying.  Many students have found themselves in dangerous and scary situations after some tipsy late-night fun.    The night may start out with just a few beers, but it could possibly end with trouble, such as a DUI, an MIP, a ...

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Greeks of the week: KA, southern gentlemen of VSU

Lacey Bearden Staff Writer lbearden@valdosta.edu   They love the Lord and the ladies. Some would say they’re just a bunch of good ole, home-grown southern gentlemen; they are the brothers of Kappa Alpha Order.  Priding themselves after the morals and characteristics set by Robert E. Lee, KA came to VSU in 1971. Today KA is the second largest fraternity on campus. ...

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Athletes in the classroom might be different than what you think

Lacey Bearden Staff Writer lbearden@valdosta.edu  Every college student has felt overwhelmed and stressed out from the pressures of school and the heavy workload piled on by professors. And every student has practiced procrastination and long late hours in the Odum library geeked up to stay awake and finish a project or paper that is due that day.  Most students are ...

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