About Christina Maxouris
Christina is the current Editor in Chief of the Georgia State Signal. Raised in Greece, there is nothing she loves more than soaking up sun rays, and having a good debate!
NEWS

Weekly News Briefs: Nov. 6

November 6, 2017 Christina Maxouris 0

Local DeKalb Commissioner guilty of sexual harassment Last week, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that investigations had found DeKalb County Commissioner Greg Adams guilty of sexually harassing his district director, Ashlee Wright. Adams sent Wright late-night […]

Crime

Weekly Crime Blotter: Nov. 6

November 6, 2017 Christina Maxouris 0

Oct. 31 Get outta this place! A non-Georgia State person was arrested for trespassing in the B building of Clarkston campus. The atmosphere was charged… Two students reported being victims to simple battery in Student […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 30

November 2, 2017 Christina Maxouris 0

Local Man charged with trafficking cocaine The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office Surge Team seized 38 packages of cocaine while conducting a traffic stop on I-20 between West Avenue and Sigman Road. The total value of […]

Crime

Weekly Crime Blotter: Oct. 30

November 2, 2017 Christina Maxouris 0

Oct. 26 Didn’t spend that money! A Georgia State student reported of having his credit card information stolen and forged. GSUPD is still investigating the case. Who are you calling? A student complained to police […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 23

October 24, 2017 Christina Maxouris 0

Local Rep. Betty Price suggests quarantine for people with HIV Georgia State Rep. Betty Price, wife of recently-resigned Health and Human Services Secretary, Tom Price, brought up the possibility of quarantining people with HIV, according […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 16

October 17, 2017 Christina Maxouris 0

Local Morehouse College names new president Atlanta-based Morehouse college has named David A. Thomas as their 12th president. The college’s board members voted on Sunday, Oct. 15 for the 61-year-old to take office starting Jan. […]

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