Cold cures

January 29, 2013 Terah BoydTerah Boyd

Ward off the sniffles with these helpful tips Since the cold season has decided to stick around, students touching doorknobs and sharing desks need to be prepared for a double dose of coughs and sniffles. […]

Big Gay Talk unites LGBTQIQA students

January 28, 2013 Mackenzie SeiglerMackenzie Seigler

The Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity, a queer-straight student organization at Georgia State, hosted event was geared towards answering and addressing any and all questions, assumptions and thoughts on members of the LGBTQIQA community […]

Bootcamp with Bethany

January 23, 2013 Emma DickersonEmma Dickerson

Getting yourself in BEASTMODE Bootcamp,” as intense as it sounds, includes cardio, strength training, and muscle toning; using body bars, yoga balls, and bands all incorporated into a high energy, fun workout. This week I […]

Review: Desire2Learn

January 23, 2013 Camille BolosCamille Bolos

It has potential Desire2Learn aims to rejuvenate Georgia State’s presence on the web. This system is entirely new to Georgia State so students and teachers are both learning how to use the new software. If […]

For the record books

January 22, 2013 Terah BoydTerah Boyd

Georgia State will try to break Guinness record Students are 108 high fives away from the record books. University Relations and Spotlight Programs Board is planning to break the Guinness world record of “most high […]

Constant companion

January 22, 2013 Terah BoydTerah Boyd

Georgia State is a little different with a dog constantly by your side A big university can be a lonely place. After her first year at Georgia State, Amylyn Johnson decided that a four-legged friend […]

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 […]

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