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Lift on anti-gun ban pursued

 The student sitting next to you could be carrying a gun if Georgia legislators continue to pursue a bill lifting the anti-gun ban on college campuses throughout the state.  Georgia representative Tim Bearden has been working on a bill for over a year now, known as House Bill 615, which would follow the lead of over a dozen other states ...

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VSU offers new online degrees

 For the first time ever, VSU undergraduates can stay home…and still earn their entire degree without ever having to enter the classroom.  Beginning fall 2011, VSU will offer complete online degrees in criminal justice, office administration and technology, and legal assistant studies, with many other programs to follow.  “This newly adopted program is designed to convenience such students that may ...

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Non-students cause scenes in library

 There can be found, at all times of the day, any number of locals who use the resources that the campus library is legally obliged to offer to the public.  In the past though, there have been several altercations that have occurred in the library that involved non-VSU students.   “There have been incidents in the library that resulted in campus ...

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Regents exam no more

Valdosta State University will no longer require its students to pass the Regents Exam, beginning this fall. Earlier this semester, VSU obtained the approval of the Board of Regents to exempt the exam that has, over the years, caused students so much stress. After the final exams this spring, students will only be required to pass English 1102 instead of ...

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Students bookless during first week of classes

 When senior psychology major, David Kouril, sought out his textbooks on the second day of classes, he was met with several empty shelves as he browsed the aisles of the Valdosta State bookstore in the Student Union.  Other students encountered the same problem as they searched for their required texts during the first week of the 2011 spring semester.    ...

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