Home / Tag Archives: Valencia Williams

Tag Archives: Valencia Williams

CAB searches for stars in talent show

CAB hosted their talent show, Star Search, at 7 p.m. on Nov. 1 in the Student Union Students were encouraged to bring canned goods upon entering to give to the local shelter, LAMP. As students cheered on their peers while they showcased their poetry, rapping and singing, DJ Don was also present to hype up the crowd with fun beats ...

Read More »

No threat in shooter rumor

                Rumors of a shooter in the Mass Media building on Wednesday proved to be false. Eyewitnesses place a young man at the scene who was described to be around 5-feet-9-inches tall, stocky and traditional college student-aged. He wandered around the building asking for money, claiming to be armed. It was discovered that the man was not armed and the ...

Read More »

Students text and drive on campus

It’s not worth it. On Monday, students waited in line on the Pedestrian Mall in front of Odum Library to experience the Texting Simulator. The Office of Health Promotions provided the full size car designed to model the dangers of texting while driving, and Tyler Salzwedel and Aaron Snyder from the Peer Awareness Company operated the demonstration. Students sat behind ...

Read More »

GSA talks National Coming Out Day

October is Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender History Month or LGBT Pride Month, and VSU Gay Straight Alliance is gearing up to celebrate with numerous events – especially National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11. GSA met Monday night to list upcoming events on the agenda. Two interns from the Marriage and Family Therapy Program, Joshua Waters and Anthony Potter, spoke ...

Read More »

Global prayer movement brings students together

VSU students gathered around the flag pole at 7 a.m. Wednesday morning for a global movement of prayer, better known as See You At The Pole.  VSU’s current president, William J. McKinney attended briefly to show support, as well as assistant to vice president for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Richard Lee. Head representatives from campus ministry associations were ...

Read More »

Construction ends soon

 Students may be forced to take detours to class.   Though there will be major repairs and remodeling in various areas, the most significant construction is being done to both Ashley Hall on the main campus and the Health Sciences Administration Building on north campus.  Ashley Hall is part of a historic renovation process.  Once completed, it will have faculty offices ...

Read More »