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W.G. Nunn Students Win MLK Jr. Poem/Poster Contest
Three W.G. Nunn 5th grade students garnered the top 3 poetry spots in the K-5 division 2012-2013 Martin Luther King Poem/Poster Contest.
VHS State Literary Competition winners announced
The Valdosta High School Boy's Quartet won first place at the state literary competition in Warner Robins on Saturday, March 16, at Northside High School.
PLC Students win Martin Luther King, Jr. Poster/Poem Contest
Three PLC students are winners in the 2012-2013 Martin Luther King, Jr. Poster/Poem Contest.
Valwood Students receive Good Citizenship Awards
Recipients of the Georgia Power Good Citizenship Awards were announced on March 15th at Valwood's Lower School Friday Flag program.
VSU Career Services to Host Spring Career Expo
The Office of Career Services will host its Spring Career Expo on Tuesday, March 26. This event will be held at Valdosta State University in the University Center Magnolia Room from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Odum Library Becomes Hub of Activity at VSU
Odum Library is the hottest spot in town for Valdosta State University students.
Brooks County School Superintendent Search
The Georgia School Boards Association (GSBA) is assisting the Brooks County School Board by conducting the preliminary steps in choosing a new superintendent for our school system.
VSU Social Work Student Helps Area Veterans
A graduate student in the Valdosta State University Division of Social Work, Kathleen “Katie” E. Crock spends 20 hours a week working with the men and women who volunteered to serve their country in the armed forces.
Special Week Honors Georgia’s School Boards
The Lowndes County Schools System is joining in a statewide celebration to salute the efforts of local school board members. The week of March 18-22, 2013, has been proclaimed School Board Appreciation Week in Georgia.
Arts & Sciences Lecture Series Focuses on Political and Social Change in the Middle East
The Valdosta State University College of Arts and Sciences Spring Lecture Series continues this month with discussion about the cultural and political revolutions in the Arab world of the Middle East. Hadi Kahalzadeh, visiting scholar at VSU and Iranian political activist, and Labib Nasir, news reporter for Reuters in Jerusalem, will deliver a lecture titled “Arab Spring Revisited” Tuesday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m. in Bailey Science Auditorium.
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