Deal’s veto less than commendable

April 8, 2016 John MillerJohn Miller

I have no idea why Gov. Nathan Deal vetoed the infamous Religious Liberty Bill but I’m glad he did. One for two, at least, counting that bull-headed Campus Carry one. Also, I frankly don’t care why […]

Opinion: Album 88, two years later

April 2, 2016 John MillerJohn Miller

  For those who weren’t at Georgia State back in 2014, #SaveWRAS might not mean much, but back then, it meant a lot. You might still see the station’s sticker posted here and there, but […]

Editorial: One President for them all

March 26, 2016 The SignalThe Signal

Last year, Georgia State’s Student Government Association (SGA) scraped together 1,282 votes during 2015’s election season. SGA’s election commission that year sought 6,000 voters of the school’s 32,165 student population, according to Forbes. With over […]

Where’s the fair use, YouTube?

March 25, 2016 John MillerJohn Miller

Any of you casual viewers of film review channels on YouTube might have noticed a hashtag appearing on both YouTube and Twitter: #WTFU, which was started on Channel Awesome. It’s short for “Where’s the Fair […]

Editorial: The elephant in the room

March 17, 2016 The SignalThe Signal

Have you ever had friend that seems like they keep making dumb decisions? Well today, that friend just happens to be the entire state of Georgia -or, to make matters worse, the state’s lawmakers. Stacked […]

Opinion: Guns for the good guys

March 13, 2016 John MillerJohn Miller

I’m generally of the school of thought that guns should not be allowed on campus, but I’m hesitant to express that opinion too vehemently, because I don’t have enough information on the topic, and I […]

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