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.
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 […]
SGA President Marcus Kernizan’s officer report last Thursday discussed an autistic student who voiced concerns regarding disabled students at Georgia State. The possibility of changing the name of The Office of Disabilities Services to The […]
In the face of overwhelming debt, students choose passion over financial securityBy Laura Haas | Staff Reporter Carla Raymer always knew she wanted to work with children. The daughter of a Brazilian and an Englishwoman, […]
By Jasmina Alston | Staff Reporter The Georgia State Police Department is educating students on pedestrian laws this year by issuing warnings and citations through a newly-implemented campaign called “Walk with the Man Not the Hand.”
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 […]
Can Georgia State save Sweet Auburn?Before the rising sun clears the buildings to heat up Atlanta, Auburn Avenue is silent, but awake. Past Piedmont, where weary students head to class, a ghost town sits. A […]
School of Hospitality students intern at the Summer OlympicsThis summer 19 students from the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality interned at the XXX Summer Olympic Games in London. Representing Atlanta-based beverage company Coca-Cola, students […]