Arts & Living

Flying solo: how to plan your trip abroad

March 14, 2019 Sydney Bloeme 0

Although intimidating, traveling alone is the perfect opportunity for young people to build confidence, learn life skills, gain cultural experience and get to know themselves. Planning a trip abroad is a great way to learn […]

Arts & Living

Right-handed? Check your privilege.

March 14, 2019 Sydney Bloeme 0

While left-handed individuals make up 10 percent of the total population, they have been forced to assimilate to a “right is right” centered world and campus through simple accommodations the majority of right-handed individuals never […]

Arts & Living

Are Tech Decks cool again?

March 14, 2019 Daniel Varitek 0

The recent construction of a miniature skate park in the heart of Atlanta’s skate culture is more than just the resurgence of Tech Decks. While the park’s creator did not want to disclose park details […]

News

“Déjà vu” for SGA President Patterson

March 14, 2019 Ada Wood 0

The Student Government Association met for their second university-wide meeting of the spring semester on Feb. 28. During this meeting, SGA President Franklin Patterson confronted the senators asking them to step up and share their […]

Crime

GSU professors assess criminal bias

March 14, 2019 Jacell Bland 0

Mass incarceration has always been a controversial issue in society, but now individuals like to tamper with criminal sentences. Eyal Aharoni, assistant professor of psychology, Sarah Brosnan, professor of psychology and philosophy and Heather Kleider-Offutt, […]

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