The second of a two part series on predictions for fall sports. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The Panthers open their season by taking part in the preseason WNIT. It would be Georgia State’s first time in school […]
The first of a two part series putting forth predictions for the fall sports semester. FOOTBALL For the upcoming season, the Panthers will be competing in the Sun Belt Conference and FBS conference, the highest […]
Atlanta’s Piedmont Park will be buzzing with sound of music this Memorial Day weekend, as The City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs celebrates its 36th Annual Atlanta Jazz festival.
Atlanta is notorious for its wide array of musical styles. Anyone who has listened to Atlanta radio in the last several months is familiar with the catchy, head-bobbing, one verse mantra that is “All Gold […]
Few candidates appeared to have specific strategies to achieve their goals last Thursday night at the first of two Student Government Association election debates. While the executive board candidates had specific goals, such as transparency, […]
Authorities expect the 14-year-old victim of a middle school shooting in Southeast Atlanta to leave Grady Hospital tonight, and they credit an armed school resource officer for subduing and arresting the shooter.
Details still unfolding in police investigationUPDATE: Authorities have released additional details regarding how the shooter was arrested. Read here. A 14-year-old student at Price Middle School in Southeast Atlanta was shot Thursday afternoon and is being […]