The Atlanta Regional Commission Transportation’s plan to construct new toll lanes on I-75 North and South of Atlanta to make commuting to downtown Atlanta easier will lift many burdens off of Georgia State commuter students, […]
At the second and last Student Government Association (SGA) 2014 elections debate on April 2, candidates discussed a wide range of issues with students in an informal setting in the University Lofts. SGA Website Presidential […]
Candidate for vice president of Academic Affairs Breeana Minton violated campaign rules on March 23 by posting a flyer on Facebook before candidates were permitted to begin their campaigns, according to her opponent, Sebastian Parra, […]
In a formal complaint to the SGA Election Comission written by Presidential Candidate Lanier Henson and running mate Osato Uzamere, the two have claimed Executive Vice President candidate Matthew Altman is not eligible to run […]
A lack of time to effectively ask and answer questions led to disappointment amongst candidates and students with the structure of this yearâ€™s Student Government Association (SGA) election debate.
Two days before the campaign season began, SGA presidential candidate Victoria Davis considered dropping out of the race. Citing family emergencies, Davis told The Signal that she would withdraw from the campaign in an email […]
After student Arianna Tamvacakis and others took the initiative to get mandatory fees lowered for graduate students, the Graduate Student Fees subcommittee is proposing packages to lower fees. Tamvacakis said that because many graduate students […]
When Facebook added 50 new pronoun options for users to choose from, supporters of gender diversity were thrilled. However, many non-binary identifying individuals are still facing issues with the change. “Many of my trans friends […]