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The Campus Canopy was the student newspaper which began in 1934 at the Georgia State Womens College and continued at Valdosta State College in 1950. In 1970, the paper was renamed The Spectator, as it is known today.
The Vertical File is the Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections photograph repository. Each image in this collection is housed in the archives vault. There are thousands of photographs spanning the University's history from 1913 up to the present. If you would like a high definition copy of any of these photographs please contact
MEMPHIS, Tenn.—This city, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated on April 4, has been living a lie—as all U.S. cities are living a lie. Memphis bills itself as “the City of Good Abode.” It crows about its integrated public accommodations and constantly reminds visitors that these were achieved without the necessity or “bother” of marches and demonstrations
The Valdosta State Spectator Website archive, downloaded February 19, 2021. Contents covering circa 2011-2021-02-19. Downloaded with HTTrack software. Saved as uncompressed zip file.