19 April

Women getting victimized

We remember what our parents told us right before we left for college. “Don’t give into peer pressure,” “Make sure you go to class every day,” “Act like you have some common sense/home training!” Some of this advice may or may not help you, but what some people don’t realize is that women are sent […]

07 March

Superstar Valdosta singing contest coming soon

The 3rd Annual Superstar Valdosta will be hosted by the South Georgia Chapter of the American Red Cross at the Mathis Auditorium at 7 p.m. March 24. “The 3rd Annual Superstar Valdosta is a contest for all singers,” Taylor Asbury, a junior public relations major working with the South Georgia Chapter, said. “It gives them […]

23 February

VSU Greeks Jive, Tango and Cha-Cha

The members of the Improvisation Troupe will be hosting Dancing with the Greeks at 6 p.m.in the Student Union Ballroom. If you enjoy the competitive atmosphere of smooth and rhythmic steps of a ballroom dance competition, then this event is for you. The event was founded by the Ballroom Dance Club’s former president Taylor Marie […]

09 February

Grand Shenanigans at the Brass Quill

The Brass Quill, a local tattoo shop, is hosting their “Grand Shananagan” of all grand openings on Feb. 11 from 2 to 6 p.m. at 704 N. Ashley St. What’s a Grand Shananagan? Since the shop has already had their grand opening last November, they needed a new name to call their event. The Brass […]

26 January

Web censorship paused for now

The Protect IP Act (S. 968 PIPA), was postponed until further notice by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid due to the recent Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) blackout protest. Dozens of websites, including Google, Twitpic and ICanHasCheezburger, have participated in the recent SOPA protest against the SOPA and PIPA bills. On Jan. 18, about 115,000 […]

25 January

AKA captivates public

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority founders were not the only ones honored at the VSU’s Kaptivating Kappa Upsilon chapter founder’s day observance ceremony. The event, held Jan. 17 at the University Center at 8:30 p.m., recognized famous sisters such as Toni Morrison, Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, Kathy Hughes, Alice Walker and Carolyn Meyers. While […]