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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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Keeping them here

October 24, 2012 Andres Cruz-Wellmann 0

As Georgia State faces budget cuts and higher tuition costs, its first-year retention rate shows the university out-performs other schools with similar student bodies and financial statuses at keeping its students enrolled. With an 84.1 […]

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Smoke out

October 24, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

Last week, Georgia State’s University Senate discussed the progress of the Strategic Plan, the academic progress of student athletes and the upcoming centennial. In new business, a motion from the Planning and Development Committee to […]

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Protesters march on detention center

October 22, 2012 Miles Keenlyside 0

In solidarity with the National Day of Protest to End Police Brutality, protesters gathered in Woodruff Park to march to the Atlanta City Detention Center for a demonstration on Oct. 22. Multiple organizations attended the […]

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Frustrations continue with PARKatlanta

October 16, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

Three years after the city of Atlanta signed a contract with Milwaukee based Duncan Solutions Atlanta residents are still returning to their cars to find tickets on their windshields and boots on their tires. “Well […]

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Another hoop to jump through

October 11, 2012 Andres Cruz-Wellmann 0

President Mark Becker will not entertain the possibility of any new fee or fee increase this year, weakening the possibility to gain funding for the proposed Office of Sustainability.

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