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Brianna Bailey runs uncontested for SGA university-wide president

  • Atlanta speaker of the Senate Brianna Bailey is running unopposed for the title of Student Government Association university-wide president.
  • Bailey upholds her stance from her 2020 campaign that students have the power. She plans to to help build up communication throughout the university.
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    Students and staff oppose Sonny Perdue as potential USG Chancellor

    With tensions on the rise, students and staff at GSU express their opposition concerning Sonny Perdue’s consideration to be USG’s new Chancellor.

    President Biden expands Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

    With the signing of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, President Biden expanded eligibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

    Georgia Board of Regents freezes public college tuition and fees for second year in a row

    The Georgia Board of Regents is freezing tuition and fees at public universities for the second year in a row.

    2021 SGA candidates: Newton Speaker of the Senate

    Demari Freeman is a sophomore who’s working to bring more representation and higher-level STEM classes to the Newton campus.

    2021 SGA candidates: Atlanta Speaker of the Senate

    This is Queen Mufty-Raini’s first time pursuing a student government position at the collegiate level. She wants to increase student involvement.

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    Brian Kemp signs House Bill 617, allowing Georgia’s NCAA athletes to profit off Name, Image and Likeness

  • House Bill 617 will go into effect this summer, allow near-immediate access for players to begin receiving money.
  • Kemp signed the bill in hopes of Georgia winning another national championship.

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    Behind exceptional ball movement, the Hawks rewrote the franchise’s history books with unselfish play.

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    Marijuana isn’t leaving sports anytime soon

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    Previewing what the NFL Draft’s first three rounds could bring for the Falcons

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    The lasting legacy of AAU basketball and the dynasty that Phil Knight and Sonny Vaccaro created

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    In Opinions: Yes, the War on Drugs disproportionately targets minorities

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  • The focus on the war is allowing white addicts to die.

    Proceed with caution when using OTC drugs

    Forty thousand metric tons of Aspirin are produced worldwide each year, even though the drug has dangerous side effects

    Letter to the Editor: Georgia State, let trans/non-binary people guide your research

    Students and professors ask that Georgia State improves transgender/non-binary research to accurately reflect and include the LGBTQ community.

    GASB 202 is problematic, but not for the reasons many think

    Georgia’s new voting law overhauls the state’s election system, despite no need being apparent.

    Hardships of presentation anxiety

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    ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’: a six-part redemption story

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    Simply Signal Recipes: The science behind ‘munchies’

  • “The munchies” refer to the enhanced appetite that often comes as a side effect of marijuana use. This hunger often leads to intense cravings.
  • The way the drug's active ingredient THC interacts with the brain and body may be the reason behind “the munchies.”

    Simply Signal Recipes: The science behind ‘munchies’

    “The munchies” refer to the enhanced appetite that often comes as a side effect of marijuana use. This hunger often leads to intense cravings.

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    ‘Smoke Weed Everyday,’ or how hip-hop learned to stop worrying and love marijuana

    Hip-hop is not a genre that shies away from the topic of drug use, and its affinity best shows this for marijuana.

    ‘Joint’ household: can stoners and non-smokers successfully share a home?

    The views of marijuana, its legalization and acceptance create a divide in many. Even so, roommates with differing views learn to accept each other.

    Hemp: A plant with many uses and effects

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