Panther at Large: Culture shock

January 16, 2013 Laura AppersonLaura Apperson

Follow staffer Laura as she studies abroad in FranceUrban Dictionary defines “culture shock” as “the shock of moving from one culture to another often associated with laws, traditions, food, music and general lifestyle choices.” I […]

100 years and counting

January 16, 2013 Kaylyn HinzKaylyn Hinz

Georgia State’s start as a night school in 1913 began a collective and unique historyFrom an all-night commuter school to a thriving, full-time university, Georgia State has come a long way since its start in […]

State marches on Washington

January 15, 2013 Alexis SmithAlexis Smith

The Georgia State marching band will perform at presidential inauguration   Georgia State’s marching band’s reaction to the news courtesy of Steven Swigart.     The Georgia State marching band is undoubtedly still in its infancy. Yet, […]

‘Django’ might ruffle some feathers

January 15, 2013 Alexis SmithAlexis Smith

Stereotypes and racial slurs aren’t the only reason this movie is out of controlOne may not know exactly what to expect upon entering the movie theatre to watch Quentin Tarantino’s latest project, “Django Unchained”. But […]

Les Miserables

January 15, 2013 Ami DudleyAmi Dudley

O nce in a while, a film comes around that unearths an emotion within us that, until then, remained buried in bottomless soils. It embodies unrequited love, confessions of a naïve heart, bloodshed of the […]

MLK events begin at The Rialto

January 15, 2013 Johnny Avery GipsonJohnny Avery Gipson

Paul Anderson and Xavier Scott honor King’s life with musicA cold, rainy Wednesday welcomed the beginning of the Rialto Center for the Art’s Martin Luther King Jr. tribute. Through the pounding of the raindrops and […]

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