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Students evacuate Sparks Hall

November 14, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

Students evacuated Sparks Hall shortly after 10a.m. Wednesday morning after issues with a fire detector on the building’s first floor, according to police on the scene. Georgia State officials turned the opportunity into a drill. The […]

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A look back at Norma Rae

November 13, 2012 Emma Dickerson 1

The story of Crystal Lee Sutton, the real life “Norma Rae,” reveals how cultural change in the 1960s and 1970s created an economic shift for working class women in the South. Ph.D. candidate Joey Fink […]

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Second student comes forward

November 8, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

A second student has come forward and admitted to removing hundreds of copies of Signal newspapers from newsstands. On Thursday, Oct. 8, Christopher B. Walker walked into The Signal’s office and admitted that he had helped […]

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Stopping sexual exploitation

November 3, 2012 Laura Apperson 0

According to the FBI, Atlanta is one of the 14 cities in the United States where girls are sexually exploited throughout the state. This astounding fact has reached the ears of Georgia State faculty and […]

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“Ride Along” parked at Georgia State

October 31, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

“Ride Along, ” a Universal action/comedy slated for a 2013 release, will be parked at Georgia State through the weekend. Production is currently underway in and around Underground Atlanta. Cast and production trailers have taken […]

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New advisement center to track student progress

October 30, 2012 Asia Thomas 0

Georgia State has joined six other programs throughout the country in the quest in better assisting degree completion as the Student Advisement Center launches their new advisement program, Georgia State’s Graduation and Progression System (GPS). […]

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Panhandling no more

October 30, 2012 Andres Cruz-Wellmann 0

On Nov. 1, an ordinance approved by the Atlanta City Council meant to reduce and eliminate aggressive panhandling, will go into effect. In 2005, an overhaul of Atlanta’s policy on panhandling was not enforced and […]

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To better understand American politics

October 26, 2012 Emma Dickerson 0

To many, Strom Thurmond represents the racist conservative politician of the 1940s. He spoke out against desegregation of public schools and kept the birth of his African American daughter a secret until after his death. […]

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