News

Above the curve

October 9, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

A look at Georgia State’s trend data of cheating for the fiscal year showed a decrease in reported cases. Contrary to September’s report by The Signal, the complete fiscal year data shows a decrease by […]

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Campus News

Campus Briefs

October 9, 2012 Andres Cruz-Wellmann 0

The Atlanta Asian Film Festival will be screening films from a variety of Asian countries at the Cinefest from Friday, Oct. 5 to Saturday Oct. 20 to provide a cultural bridge between the Asian and […]

News

Across the pond

October 9, 2012 Anna Norris 1

On the 22nd anniversary of Germany’s reunification, Harald Leibrecht answered the question “Is the Transatlantic Partnership Still Relevant?” with a firm “yes” in his public lecture during Georgia State’s Think Transatlantic Week.

Local Government

The Signal debate series

October 9, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 2

Oct. 3 marked the first of three presidential debates, and one vice presidential debate, all to be held this month to give voters a chance to learn more about each candidate’s solution for a slow […]

News

The state of Georgia State

October 9, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

In his fourth year as president of university, Mark Becker has witnessed some great landmarks in Georgia State’s history. While educational programs have topped national lists and graduation numbers are at an all-time high, Becker […]

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Female scholars announced

October 5, 2012 Asia Thomas 0

For the sixth year, the J. Mack Robinson College of Business has revealed its 2012 recipients of the 2012 Bergeron Women in Technology Leadership Scholarship. The $1 million scholarship-mentorship program was established by Georgia State graduate Sandra […]

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Tensions at SGA Meeting

October 5, 2012 Asia Thomas 0

Tension and confusion stirred tonight at the Student Government Association full senate meeting, as J. Mack Robinson College of Business senator Rion Field faced potential expulsion from the Senate.

Crime

Larceny still a problem

October 5, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

Aggravated assault, motor vehicle theft and liquor law violations are down on campus, while larceny remains a problem. In compliance with the Student Right to Know and the Campus Security Act of 1990, the Georgia […]

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