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General Discussion Forum / WHAT IS YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH USING CAR SHIELD?
« on: January 05, 2022, 10:45:01 PM »
Has anyone onboard ever purchased and used Car Shield? What were your experiences like?

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 Can anyone who attended the Tuskegee game give us a report? Are we ready for the Marching 100? :lol: :lol:

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General Discussion Forum / THOSE NEW WALK-IN TUBS...
« on: September 18, 2020, 08:49:50 PM »
Has anyone on this board ever purchased one of those new walk-in tubs? If so, how has it served you? :shrug:

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The Drum / WHAT ARE YOU READING DURING THE PANDEMIC?
« on: May 29, 2020, 08:20:59 PM »
I just finished Dapper Dan: Made in Harlem and Brain Surgeon by Dr. Keith Black. Presently reading Journey To Justice by Johnnie Cochran, Jr. On deck later will be: Black Men in White Coats by Dale Okorodudu, M.D., Overcoming the Odds by Antonio Webb, M.D., Black Man in a White Coat by Damon Tweedy, M.D., and Pulse of Perseverance by Joseph Semien Jr., M.D., Pierre Johnson, M.D. and Maxime Madhere, M.D.
I'm heavily into this kind of material because of the mentoring that we do. These are quite interesting to read.

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Sports Forum / HAS ANYONE SEEN FVSU'S SIGNING CLASS FOR 2019?
« on: February 11, 2019, 10:43:15 AM »
Where is a listing of FVSU's signing class for 2019? :shrug:

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As a local member of 100 Black Men of Valdosta, for years now we have been trying hard to get enough Black Students to apply for our college scholarships. We hand carry scholarship applications to the various high schools in the area giving them plenty of time to get the supporting documentation and such, but to no avail.
We recently received four scholarship applications back and only one of the four is Black. All are worthy recipients. No Black males anywhere in sight.
Does anyone else on this board serve on scholarship boards in your local area that face this same issue? :shrug:

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Sports Forum / FAMU vs NCCU TONIGHT
« on: September 28, 2017, 06:31:49 AM »
FAMU vs NCCU tonight on ESPNU beginning at 7:30 pm. For those with DISH, THAT'S CHANNEL 141. :clap:

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General Discussion Forum / Where Do You Get Your Black Christmas Cards?
« on: December 16, 2016, 12:01:09 PM »
Where do you all get your black Christmas cards? :shrug:

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Sports Forum / Valdosta Wildcats Invited to Geico Bowl...
« on: December 14, 2016, 12:27:53 PM »

Valdosta invited to play in GEICO State Champions Bowl Series
By Derrick Davis derrick.davis@gaflnews.com 22 hrs ago



     



VALDOSTA — The Wildcats have proved their worth against the state of Georgia, now they’ll see how they stack up against one of the best in the west.
Tuesday, Valdosta announced it was invited to play in the 2016 GEICO State Champions Bowl Series on Dec. 23 in The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas., against the Arizona Interscholastic Association Class 6A state champion Chandler Wolves.

Due to school board policy, the Valdosta Board of Education must vote to officially approve the trip when they meet tonight at 7 p.m., but the Wildcat coaching staff asked the seniors Monday if they wanted to extend their season another game, to which they unanimously voted yes.
“Really, we did it because a high percentage of our kids have never flown, and a high percentage may never fly,” said Valdosta head coach Alan Rodemaker. “I just think it’s great for the opportunity just to travel.”

According to the GEICO Bowl Series website, The 2016 GEICO State Champions Bowl Series will feature high school football state champions competing against one another in a doubleheader event. Games will be played at 6 p.m. and 9:30pm EST and televised live on ESPNU.
Pending school board approval, Valdosta will play Chandler in the late game in the doubleheader at 9:30 p.m. The 6 p.m. contest would pit the Florida High School Athletic Association Class 7A state champion St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) against Bingham (South Jordan) the Utah High School Athletic Association Class 5A state champions.
Derrick Davis is a sports reporter at the Valdosta Daily Times.




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FAMU alum on this board, please give us some perspective on the continuous attacks on Dr. Mangum?

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Sports Forum / HEY EVERYBODY, I NEED SOME INFORMATION...
« on: February 20, 2016, 07:28:36 AM »
Where can I purchase the DVD entitled:" The Forgotten Four: The Integration of Pro Football?" :shrug: I want it for my personal collection of historical DVDs and to show students in our group mentoring program.

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Sports Forum / Fort Valley State signs Five...
« on: February 04, 2016, 07:29:24 AM »
FORT VALLEY STATE FOOTBALL SIGNS FIVE PLAYERS



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FORT VALLEY, GA (February 3, 2016) – Fort Valley State University Wildcats Head Coach Donald Pittman has announced the signing of five players to National Letters of Intent.
 
Name: Jacari Roberts
Position: Defensive End/Linebacker
Height: 6'2
Weight: 230
Hometown: Riceboro, GA
Previous School: Liberty High School
 
Name: Calvin Holmes
Position: Strong Safety
Height: 5'11
Weight: 195
Hometown: Midway, GA
Previous School: Liberty High School
 
Name: Brodrick Lee
Position: Defensive Tackle
Height: 6'2
Weight: 305
Hometown: Tampa, FL
Previous School: Concordia-Selma College
 
Name: Demontay Jones
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'1
Weight: 185
Hometown: Quitman, GA
Previous School: Brooks County High School
 
Name: LeVerne Sumter
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6'5
Weight: 310
Hometown: Savannah, GA
Previous School: Paine College
 

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General Discussion Forum / JOB FAIR BEING OFFERED AT FVSU
« on: July 20, 2015, 06:05:32 PM »




Victims Visitors’ Day to feature job fair for students and graduates


July 15, 2015 – Current students and recent graduates from Fort Valley State University can learn about career opportunities and apply for jobs in law enforcement and criminal justice at an upcoming job fair on campus.

State Representative Patty James Bentley and the Georgia Office of Victim Services will host a mini job fair during the Victims Visitors’ Day at 10 a.m. Thursday, July 30 in the C. W. Pettigrew Center.

The visitors’ day event is open to the public. The job fair is reserved for current students and recent graduates.

“I decided to host this event in HD 139 because I want state agencies to recognize that rural Georgia has a lot to offer,” Bentley said. “ I selected FVSU because of its rich history and wonderful students. I want the students to start thinking and preparing for a career immediately after graduation. This event will help them with networking and obtaining information about employment opportunities.”

Victims Visitors’ Days are conducted across the state by the Georgia Office of Victim Services. Crime victims and their families in attendance receive information about the current status of their offender, and can register to receive future notifications about the status of the offender. The events have been held since 2006. More than 2,300 victims have voiced their concerns about offenders during these events.

The following state agencies will provide information about career opportunities with their agencies: the Georgia Department of Corrections, Georgia Office of Victims Services, Board of Pardon and Parole and the newly created Georgia Department of Georgia Supervision.

Applicants are asked to dress appropriately and come prepared with a current resume.

Learn more about Victims Visitors’ Day here: http://www2.fvsu.edu/victims-visitors-day-is-coming-to-fort-valley-state-university/

For more information, contact Marketing and Communications at (478) 825-6319 or miltonc@fvsu.edu.





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General Discussion Forum / FVSU Receives Major Toxicology Grant
« on: July 19, 2015, 08:32:36 AM »



July 13, 2015 -Fort Valley State University received funding that will allow students and faculty researchers to examine the effect of toxins or toxic chemicals on the environment and living organisms. Recently, The National Science Foundation awarded FVSU’s Department of Biology a grant of $399,049 to support toxicology-based course and research investigation. The three-year award period begins September 1, 2015 and ends August 31, 2018.

Toxicology is a branch of science that examines the adverse effects of chemical agents on biological organisms.

A team of scientists lead by Dr. Celia Dodd, an assistant professor of biology, the principal investigator, prepared and submitted the proposal entitled “Targeted Infusion Project: Infusion of Toxicology into Biology and Chemistry Programs at Fort Valley State University” in February 2015. Other members of the team include Dr. Robin Bright, an associate professor of chemistry, and Dr. George N. Mbata, who are co-principal investigators on the grant.

Dodd explained that they have been working to secure the funding for the program for the past three years.

“We have worked diligently to make the connections with the University of Georgia and the USDA which will provide internships and faculty training to enhance the toxicology curriculum for undergraduates at FVSU,” Dodd said.

“It’s a great deal for us,” Mbata said. “It will allow for us to procure the materials we need to establish a toxicology laboratory without depending on scarce university funding.”

According to Mbata, chair of the department of biology, the funding will be used to fund equipment for a toxicology lab, support undergraduate research and to develop materials for toxicology lectures. In addition to research, FVSU’s biology and chemistry departments will create new toxicology-infused courses for students. Mbata expects 25 to 30 students to matriculate through the toxicology courses each year.

“It gives students an opportunity to develop projects related to the environment, and study environmental contaminants,” Mbata said. He said that there will be summer research experiences in toxicology provided for eight undergraduate students every year, during the grant funding period, for students on campus.

For more information, contact Dodd at (478) 825-6494, Mbata at (478) 825-6550 or Bright at (478) 825-6842.

 

 

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I'm going to try and purge my system of the toxins that my being a meat eater has filled me with. I want to try it again to assist with weight loss. Any suggestions? I guess you can say that I'm trying to reach the status of becoming a vegetarian.

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