The start to a year ‘round effort of service

November 14, 2012 Iman Naim

Hunger and Homelessness Week at Georgia StateIn previous years, “Hunger and Homelessness Week” was a one-day service opportunity called “Project Empty Bowls.” This year, it has grown into a weeklong effort, Nov. 12- Nov. 16, […]

Cyber love holds possibilities

November 6, 2012 Alexis Smith

In this day and age it’s not uncommon for people of all ages to meet someone in person that they first encountered via Internet. In fact, Lillian Pettit met her husband online. They’ve been dating […]

For the love of theatre

November 2, 2012 Intisar Seraaj

The GSU Players present “The Hot L Baltimore” Co-writer: Chateaux-Capri Stovall | Arts & Living Editor This year is the 80th anniversary of the Players of Georgia State University as the oldest producing theatre company […]

Modern-day jouster by night

November 2, 2012 Alexis Smith

Once a jouster at Medieval Times, this Georgia State student is fearless with his lance and armor.When most people think about extreme sports, activities like bungee jumping and rock climbing are usually on the list. […]

Honey bubble tea

October 29, 2012 Alexis Smith

The Hong Kong Student Association may not be well-known to the student body just yet, but the president of the organization hopes their Honey Bubble tea sale will spark more curiosity about both Hong Kong […]

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