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Breaking News: Finalist for Georgia State President Selected

  • The University System of Georgia selected a finalist for the university’s next president
  • Dr. M. Brian Blake will become Georgia State’s first black president.
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    Breaking News: Finalist for Georgia State President Selected

  • The University System of Georgia selected a finalist for the university’s next president
  • Dr. M. Brian Blake will become Georgia State’s first black president.

    Georgia State offers both virtual and in-person New Student Orientation this year

    The in-person groups are smaller than usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Georgia State announces policy changes for the upcoming semesters

    “My freshman year was the best time of my life and quickly followed by isolation. This past year has made me socially awkward & increased my anxiety.”

    Calling for Student Success at the Bell Building

    The Bell building continues to serve as a home of innovation once again, this time in advancing student success.

    Georgia State’s Andrew Lay on being Mr. Perimeter, service and leadership

    Andrew Lay talks about how much he wanted to get involved in school and continue feeding and supporting his local community.

    Study Abroad Programs offering virtual events for students

    Students can join virtual peer advisement events to find the best study abroad program for them.

    Georgia Atlas launching research study on low-THC oil

    Medical cannabis is effective in treating mental health conditions from which veterans often suffer.

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    As the weather gets warmer, Atlanta’s sports teams are seeing their crowd sizes increase.
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    As COVID-19 vaccines become more accessible, fans lining up at Atlanta’s hottest venues

  • This past weekend, the Atlanta Hawks filled in State Farm Arena for the first time since last March.
  • Atlanta United also welcoming full capacity fans to home games this season.

    Breaking: Falcons to trade Julio Jones to Titans for draft compensation

    The Falcons had been looking for a suitor in the trade for months and found one in Tennessee that clears cap space.

    Hawks guards could be in trouble against lengthy Sixers wings, but if Joel Embiid sits out, does it matter?

    The Hawks are seeking their first trip to the conference finals since 2015.

    The NBA playoffs have brought some unfortunate situations to the league’s best players

    Trae Young received heckling from Knicks fans at Madison Square Garden during the three games in New York.

    Atlanta Hawks win first playoff series since 2016, will face 76ers in second round

    Trae Young averaged 29.2 points and 9.8 assists in his first playoff series, which he won.

    As COVID-19 vaccines become more accessible, fans lining up at Atlanta’s hottest venues

    This past weekend, the Atlanta Hawks filled in State Farm Arena for the first time since last March.

    The NBA may not let all media in yet, but that doesn’t mean the grind stops for those who cover the league closest

    Arnold is the senior producer for NBA. com, creating daily content and managing a team in a socially distanced world he was unprepared for.

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    The fatal shooting of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer on May 25, 2020, sparked protests across the country and globally.
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    In Opinions: One year since George Floyd’s murder, what has really changed?

  • The fatal shooting of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer on May 25, 2020, sparked protests across the country and globally.
  • Social media is where activists can find their voice, and we need to continue to make it heard.

    ‘Cruella’ review: Oh how Cruel Cruella is not

    Emma Stone takes on the iconic character of Cruella De Vil in Disney’s live-action origin story “Cruella”.

    COVID Vaccine and Campus Life

    The majority of the population has gotten the vaccine but things are not back to normal

    In Opinions: How to get the perfect summer body or not…

    Everyone has a unique body type. Three people can weigh the same amount but have a different body build.

    Out with the old and in with the new: streaming services take control of the film industry

    Streaming services are taking over the film industry as movie theater restrictions persist.

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

    The War on Drugs regularly targets minorities, especially Black people.
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    Georgia State uses the panther as its mascot but does not contribute to conservation efforts. 
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    Pounce is an endangered animal

  • The Florida panther once roamed the whole southeast, including Georgia, but habitat destruction pushed them into the tip of Florida.
  • Georgia State uses the panther as its mascot but does not contribute to conservation efforts.

    Imagining the Imagine Music Festival

    After the pandemic canceled 2020’s Imagine Music Festival,the festival is returning at a venue featuring over 20 new artists

    Sydni Cook: The soul behind ‘Revolution Tapes’

    Georgia State student Sydni Cook created a soulful, neo-funk EP filled with messages about hope and good vibes.

    The Bakery Atlanta grows as a creative space

    The Bakery Atlanta, a creative space rooted in social justice and a DIY approach, has opened a second location with new events and programs.

    Georgia State’s Andrew Lay on being Mr. Perimeter, service and leadership

    Andrew Lay talks about how much he wanted to get involved in school and continue feeding and supporting his local community.

    Five pot-smoking alternatives that are herbal and legal

    Some smokable plants besides marijuana have beneficial properties. When included in a pot smoker’s routine, these herbs can create significant results

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