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PaGE 2 | vSUSPEcTaToR.coM SGA Continued from Page 1 there, and if I had a gun, I would have been able to stop that shooter.’� Grant told the story of Colin Goddard, who was shot multiple times in the Virginia Tech massacre and was one of the 17 people that were wounded but survived the shooting. “Now, he’s been there,� Grant said. “He’s been on the other end of a gun. He has dedicated his life to making sure that guns stay out of college campuses, except in the hands of trained law enforcement officers. That’s the most compelling reason I think there is if you listen to someone who has survived what is still the deadliest shooting in U.S. history by a single gunman, and the 17 students say, ‘Guns on campus isn’t a good

idea.’� According to Grant, legislators were not listening to their constituents. “It’s frustrating to me and sad that you all haven’t been asked how you feel about it,� Grant said. “Somehow the lawmakers are drawing lots of conclusions here without asking the very people who this policy is going to affect most.� NOTES: The SGA budget stands at $19,578.31.

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of a gun. He has dedicated his life to making sure that guns stay out of college campuses, except in the hands of trained law enforcement officers. ds of trained law enforcement officers. That’s the most compelling reason I think there is if you listen to someone who has survived what is still the deadliest shooting in U.S. history by a single gunman, � -Kathryn Grant

Upcoming Events Sep. 28 The Mainstream Madness Benefit Fashion Show will be held at 6 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom. Bring canned food or a child’s toy for admission. Media Arts Geniuses is throwing a Dodgeball Tourney on the Front Lawn at 4 p.m. Sep. 29 The VSU Sociology Club will host an event at Buffalo

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Continued from Page 1 tor and VSU alumnus Tim Golden and VSU President William McKinney. Scott has represented Valdosta in Washington since the start of 2013 but has held his seat since 2010. Valdosta was moved into the 8th district as a result of the 2010 census at the start of the year, coming from the 1st district and Representative Jack Kingston.

Police Briefs Sep. 19 A OneCard was reported stolen to the University Police Department. Sep.20 A text book was reported stolen from Odum Library. Kameron Myers, 18, was arrested and charged with misdemeanor possession of Marijuana and Underage Possession of Alcohol. Three other citations were given out in the arrest. Sep.22 A theft was reported at Centennial Hall. Sep.23 A bicycle was reported stolen from outside Hopper Dining Hall Sep.24 Christopher Barton, 18, was arrested for Theft by Receiving Stolen Property. A report from North Campus alleged that wiring was being stolen from the campus. Sep.25 University Police responded to a report of car break-in at the University Center.

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