Why are GSU students so broke?

August 14, 2013 Terry HarlinTerry Harlin

Students are among the top financially exhausted groups of people in America; but, the reasons may be closer to home than you think. Ok, so I don’t mean that we never go out or wear […]

Going Postal

August 13, 2013 Mitchell OliverMitchell Oliver

Could an American symbol and service finally face expiration? Good news everyone! The US Postal Service didn’t lose $5.2 billion this quarter like it did last quarter! It only lost $740 million. That’s in three […]

How’s your “credit” looking?

August 8, 2013 Jabari KiongoziJabari Kiongozi

Have course credits become more inherently valuable than the grade earned in the course? Every academic institution has its over achievers and underachievers. While some students spent endless sleepless nights to earn high remarks, others […]

Food Stamps: the student’s wonka bar

August 5, 2013 Mitchell OliverMitchell Oliver

Should students take advantage of the golden grocery ticket?Let’s face it. When you hear the words ‘Food Stamps’, your mind immediately goes to poverty stricken families who can barely afford to pay for a can […]

No More “Colorcoating”

August 5, 2013 Jabari KiongoziJabari Kiongozi

It’s time to talk about the elephant in the room. The tidal wave of racism reemerged at the beginning of this year and has yet to break along the reef of disregard. Media outlets now […]

White Student Union: on-time or wrong time?

July 26, 2013 Ami DudleyAmi Dudley

Two writers tackle the fog of controversy that surrounds Georgia State’s newest organization. “IT’S TIME” states the banner in large bold font on the home page of Georgia State’s newest and possibly most controversial organization.  This fall, our campus will […]

From behind closed doors…

July 21, 2013 Jabari KiongoziJabari Kiongozi

Is America turning a blind eye to a growing concern?Racial Inequality is as big an issue now as it was then. And we continue to fight it, but by what means?

Death of A Book Salesman

July 19, 2013 Mitchell OliverMitchell Oliver

Can hardbacks be saved? Lately, the high-volume book stores like Barnes & Noble and the recently deceased Borders are becoming a thing of the past. With most companies bleeding sales month to month with no […]

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