Campus Briefs

October 9, 2012 Andres Cruz-WellmannAndres Cruz-Wellmann

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 […]

The other GSU approves ‘green’ fee

October 2, 2012 Andres Cruz-WellmannAndres Cruz-Wellmann

Georgia Southern University has recently approved a ‘green’ fee after students voted to pay $10 per semester to enhance environmental initiatives on campus. 74% of the 9,400 students who voted approved of the $400,000 that […]

Built to Burn

October 2, 2012 Andres Cruz-WellmannAndres Cruz-Wellmann

Demonstration destroys mock dorms in minutes Within seconds, smoke from the fire will engulf the dorm room. Within minutes…well, after a few minutes it doesn’t matter anymore.

Plus or minus

October 2, 2012 Jasmina AlstonJasmina Alston

Georgia State to consider uniform grading policy for students A change in the consistency of the grading system at Georgia State could occur in the future, depending on student viewpoints.

Lost in translation

October 2, 2012 Terah BoydTerah Boyd

Students don’t get why they need a second language As U.S. businesses continue to expand overseas, there is a growing need for bilingual jobs in the public and private sector. Georgia State requires all College […]

Slower pace

September 11, 2012 Terah BoydTerah Boyd

Money and lack of jobs keep students in the classroomCompleting a degree in four years isn’t as common as it used to be. A growing number of students need outside employment to supplement living expenses […]

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