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 […]

All but forgotten

September 4, 2012 Terah Boyd

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 […]

Hospitality wins gold

August 17, 2012 Sandra McGill

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 […]

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