Georgia State commencement is back for good

December 4, 2012 Terah Boyd

Students reflect on the commencement ceremony they almost lost a year agoIt is the commencement ceremony that almost wasn’t. Last year, the University Senate Commencement Subcommittee, headed by President Mark Becker, decided to end the December […]

New software for Georgia State students

December 3, 2012 Andres Cruz-Wellmann

Desire 2 Learn will replace uLearn in JanuaryBeginning next semester, Georgia State will replace uLearn, its learning management system, with Desire2Learn (D2L). According to Kenya Johnson, the marketing and communications manager at Information Systems and […]

Foundation gives $10,000 to student

December 3, 2012 Alex Osiadacz

Kerri-Ann Sanderson awarded for third year in a rowKerri-Ann Sanderson was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the KPMG Foundation—for the third consecutive year. Sanderson, who has been a Georgia State doctoral student since 2010, said […]

Loosen up for the new year

December 3, 2012 Iman Naim

Masseuse at Georgia State can give student’s backs the break they need. Sitting behind computers, slumped over textbooks, lifting desks and books—working and studying at Georgia State isn’t as easy on the body as you […]

Are non-paying internships worth it?

November 15, 2012 Asia Thomas

Cash may not be the only thing students can walk away from an internship withAs the competitiveness of today’s job market continues to rise, a college degree is no longer the only essential components needed […]

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