Hope for the planet

October 16, 2012 Anna Norris

Dr. Jane Goodall, renowned British primatologist, lived among the chimpanzees and brought back knowledge about the striking similarities between our two species. Now, she’s tackling the global problem brought on by our treatment of the […]

What it takes to be a biker

October 16, 2012 Kaylyn Hinz

Riding a bike to class has become quicker for not only students to get to class, but also professors. However, it is not always the safest approach. There are typical safety guidelines that bikers are […]

United we stand

October 16, 2012 Alexis Smith

Sophomore Danielle Brown wasn’t ‘born’ a man, but on special occasions, she dresses like one—for example, at last Tuesday’s LGBT Celebration at the library plaza. In honor of the official Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender […]

Living in the Dorms

October 9, 2012 Samantha Reardon

GSTV’s new show is all about you   Amidst the stacks of DVDs and hundreds of TV channels lies a unique TV station: Georgia State TV, better known as “GSTV.” Viewers can tune into anything […]

Papa Roach | “The Connection”

October 9, 2012 Ami Dudley

| Album Review  With Papa Roach’s eighth studio album “The Connection,” fans can expect to be INFESTed once more. The band that had us screaming “this is my last resort” from their hit album “Infest” […]

Diving into a new environment

October 9, 2012 Intisar Seraaj

  The opportunity to travel the world during college years is ideal for most students. Georgia State’s Study Abroad program provides that option for various majors to various exotic locations.

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