University eliminates 110 jobs

November 8, 2012 Terah Boyd

$4 million saved, 25 out of work  After Georgia State eliminated jobs to save money, 25 administrative workers are out of a job according to Andrea Jones of University Relations.  “There were 110 positions that […]

Getting shots, not taking shots

November 3, 2012 Asia Thomas

The importance of vaccination on campusThe heavy coats, scarves and beanies around campus are not only stylish signs of the changing weather season, but also signs of another season—flu season. Flu season has arrived, which […]

Stopping sexual exploitation

November 3, 2012 Laura Apperson

Panel addresses Atlanta’s stigma as a sex trafficking hubAccording to the FBI, Atlanta is one of the 14 cities in the United States where girls are sexually exploited throughout the state. This astounding fact has […]

Four years and going

October 24, 2012 Andres Cruz-Wellmann

Proponents of a green initiative at Georgia State continue to fight despite roadblocks  After being denied funding by the Mandatory Fee Committee for the last three years, proponents of an environmentally friendly campus have attempted […]

New deal coming for Georgia colleges

October 24, 2012 Terah Boyd

Governor approves framework for funding change University System of Georgia Schools, including Georgia State, might get a raise, or a pay cut, depending on how many students graduate. Gov. Nathan Deal approved a framework, drafted […]

Link between drinking and violence

October 21, 2012 Asia Thomas

$2.6 million for psychology study The National Institutes of Health recently gave Georgia State associate psychology professor Dominic Parrott and Christopher Eckhardt of Purdue University a $2.6 million grant to administer a five-year study that […]

Above the curve

October 9, 2012 Terah Boyd

Georgia State’s cheating numbers show improvement 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 […]

The state of Georgia State

October 9, 2012 Terah Boyd

As Georgia State continues to expand its skyline and research possibilities, budget cuts and pay freezes cast a shadow on its upcoming centennial.In his fourth year as president of university, Mark Becker has witnessed some […]

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