Arts & Living

6lack shows out at Georgia State

April 13, 2019 Daniel Varitek 0

Spotlight’s headlining event, PantherPalooza, made a staunch return to Georgia State’s sports arena on April 11, 2019 as it featured Atlanta artist 6lack. This particular PantherPalooza stands out amongst the others as for the first […]

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Flying solo: how to plan your trip abroad

March 14, 2019 Mary Pitts 0

Although intimidating, traveling alone is the perfect opportunity for young people to build confidence, learn life skills, gain cultural experience and get to know themselves. Planning a trip abroad is a great way to learn […]

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Right-handed? Check your privilege.

March 14, 2019 Sydney Bloeme 0

While left-handed individuals make up 10 percent of the total population, they have been forced to assimilate to a “right is right” centered world and campus through simple accommodations the majority of right-handed individuals never […]

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Are Tech Decks cool again?

March 14, 2019 Daniel Varitek 0

The recent construction of a miniature skate park in the heart of Atlanta’s skate culture is more than just the resurgence of Tech Decks. While the park’s creator did not want to disclose park details […]

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Who’s going to move the rocks?

February 5, 2019 Sydney Bloeme 0

Last year, Georgia State’s oldest building and home of geosciences, Kell Hall, was set for demolition. The entirety of the Geology Department: all the rocks, chemicals and equipment must be relocated. So, how would over […]

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The Death (or Life) of Subgenres

February 5, 2019 Daniel Varitek 0

Subgenres are important, combining pre-existing genres, pushing their limits or creating an otherwise unidentifiable sound. Labels have historically used genres to narrow their consumer base, but today, with the rise of social media and independent […]

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