The Pinecone

The Pinecone

 

VSU Yearbooks were printed between 1925 and 1987. These yearbooks capture the vast changes VSU experienced over the years.

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  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1971)
    I open my eyes But do not see The bats and birds and honey bees The sea and trees and sunny skys The subtle sites and super stars The earth below, behind, before The heaven above, beyond, behold The simple things around ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1965)
    College is many different things. It is working, playing, laughing, and crying. There is an exchange of ideas between friends, acquaintances, and among students who come from far away to experience this unique atmosphere. ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1957)
  • Unknown author (Georgia State Womans College, 1944)
    The presentation of the 1944 Pine Cone represents, to the best of each staff member's ability, during the confusion and strife of a war torn world, the memories cherished by each G. S. W. C. student. It has been the purpose ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1987)
    June 87 MILESTONES Beach Boys Bring Endless Summer To VSC. Halloween, a time for ghosts and goblins to air out their dirty linens, brought ghoulish fun to the P.E. Complex as America's oldest teenagers. The Beach Boys, ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1986)
    'Mong the stately pines of Georgia Glorious to the view Stands our noble Alma Mater Basking 'neath the blue. Alma Mater, thee we honor Praises never fail. For thy fame shall never perish. Red and Black—all hail! Alma Mater's ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1984)
    It was the year 1983. Nothing spectacular about the fact that it was 1983 except of course it was the year before 1984. And everyone knew what 1984 meant -Big Brother. The New Year was ushered in and Dick Clark was in New ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1985)
    TO A WAVE Our answer to the problems plaguing our world, nuclear holocaust, drug addiction, apathy, crime and countless others, is to rely on youth-Not a time of life but a state of mind. The youth that is a quality of ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1983)
    CHANGE, a word which reflects progress and adventure. How we deal with CHANGE will mold our future. CHANGES, within VSC, are the result of the administrations, the faculty, the staff, and the students' determination to ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1982)
    Valdosta State College Milestones, Inc. presents A Tilted View of 19828i guess you haven't heard the story of daniel the wayward student, after blowing up the chemistry lab, writing a theme containing forty-two comma splices ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1981)
    new attitudes . . . new surroundings . new people...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1976)
    On September 14, 1975, the quiet, peaceful VSC campus was invaded by hundreds of cars unloading thousands of students, parents, brothers, and sisters at the various dorms. Invariably each person could be seen carrying a ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1975)
    There are many different types of people in the world, all with their own looks, dress, and mannerisms. But when you strip away all the frivolous differences you will find that all people are basically the same, guided by ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1974)
    Ashley street has everything that a vsc student could want? hamburgers at burger king or mcdonalds, pizzas at pizza villa or pizza hut, breakfast at jimbos, or a place to see rednecks in action, shoney's drive-in. 2black ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1973)
    The best four years of your life.Sooner or later we learn, sometimes too late, that these four years are what we make of them.It can seem as though it were only a moment.
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1972)
    To The Student Body: A college yearbook is unique among institutional publications. Unlike the catalog, student handbook, or campus newspaper, it does not contain academic programs, rules, regulations, or news of the day. ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1970)
    My Aspirations thwarted by reality, I stand with my feet in the gutter, but I gaze at a star. The world about me is tar different from what I expected to find. Concrete, bricks, and masses of protoplasm replace my dreams ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1969)
    To describe the typical Valdosta State student is actually a very difficult thing to do. This is because he is simply a normal person—not a revolutionary, not a super-(and/or pseudo-) intellectual, not an extreme liberal, ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1967)
    As Buildings Become Taller . . . Sawdust floats in the air while hammers, saws, and bulldozers sweat to make buildings grow taller. Hammers, saws, bulldozers—these are the things which transform small colleges into larger ...
  • Valdosta State College (Valdosta State College, 1968)
    Memories of a time A place A way of life... Memories of lovers who Share the complexities Of the world Without even needing to Try to understand But now time surrounds me Monstrous to look at And impossible for me To escape...

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