Toll lane expansion starts in northwest Atlanta

July 27, 2015 Clair IrvinClair Irvin

The $834 million Northwest Corridor project requiring toll lane expansion started it’s toll network in northwest Atlanta, according to a July 12 article by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The project, which is 40 percent of Georgia’s […]

Georgia State will not use Google Fiber

July 8, 2015 Clair IrvinClair Irvin

Construction of Google Fiber, a 3,400 miles of fiber-optic cable that will provide Internet speeds up to 2GB a second, started in Midtown Atlanta June 26, according to WABE. Google Fiber will service other Georgia […]

Georgia State suffers system crash

June 8, 2015 Clair IrvinClair Irvin

Georgia State’s Information Systems and Technology Department reported the crash of certain university systems, including PantherMail, PAWs, GoSolar on June 8, according to the Department’s page. The cause for the system crash was a hardware […]

Students gather for Nepal Earthquake Vigil

May 4, 2015 Clair IrvinClair Irvin

Approximately 30 people attended the Nepali Earthquake vigil at Woodruff Park to rally for support and donations for the victims on Thursday. The Nepali earthquake shook the northern part of Nepal killing more than thousands […]

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