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Perimeter students can no longer dine on campus

  • Due to lack of student flow and business on Perimeter campuses, third-party food management Aladdin has temporarily closed cafes.
  • The cafes are subject to reopen if face-to-face classes and activities increase on campus.
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    SGA met on Oct. 21st to discuss construction projects on campus. Photo Submitted by J.P. Irie

    Facilities vice president forecasts Georgia State’s future projects

  • The Greenway’s northern phase is finished, but not its Library North addition.
  • Hurt Park will not feature a fence in its final design.

    Perimeter students can no longer dine on campus

    Due to lack of student flow and business on Perimeter campuses, third-party food management Aladdin has temporarily closed cafes.

    A Georgia State class experiences two consecutive accounts of COVID-19

    As the Faculty Affairs Committee attempts to get students to attend their in-person class, another student tested positive for COVID-19.

    Students can vote on the Georgia State campus with the new student-run polling location

    Georgia State student and voting rights activist Evan Malbrough opened a student-run polling location for two days on the Atlanta campus.

    Almost nine thousand students withdraw from fall courses

    A total of 8,823 Georgia State students have dropped one course or multiple courses between Aug. 24 and Oct. 13 of this year.

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    Jeff Teague ties his shoe pregame during the Atlanta Hawks matchup against the Boston Celtics. Photo by Matt Siciliano-Salazar | The Signal

    What are the best and worst cases for the Hawks next season?

  • While the Hawks’ roster is young, they could still turn some heads and make a leap into the playoffs next season.
  • If things do not work out well for Atlanta this season, they could be in for another disastrous season.

    The Panthers are almost ready to pounce

    The Panthers start Sun Belt Conference play with four straight road games.

    Accolades and a strong rookie season only the start for De’Andre Hunter

    An all-rookie second-team selection, Hunter’s rookie season gave the Hawks optimism moving into their bright future as a franchise.

    Winners and losers from an exciting week six of the 2020 Fantasy Football Season

    Lockett and the Seahawks created plenty of excitement in week six.

    Lady Panthers freshmen find footing on court, win over App State

    Ava Vlkovic turned in an excellent performance in the series.

    Breaking: Georgia State and head coach Shawn Elliott agree to contract extension through 2025 new contract extension

    Georgia State and Elliott will continue to build on the foundation the former South Carolina assistant coach has set.

    A Georgia State class experiences two consecutive accounts of COVID-19

    As the Faculty Affairs Committee attempts to get students to attend their in-person class, another student tested positive for COVID-19.

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    Parents have no clue how difficult online school really is

  • A lot of parents were and still are against students being on campus during the pandemic.
  • Many students have lost their motivation for the semester.

    Stop alienating Black artists who don’t make hip-hop music

    The industry should not typecast Black artists as people that solely create rap music.

    Stop forcing women into motherhood

    Mothers have faced discrimination for pursuing something they’ve been conditioned into wanting from childhood. Gender stereotypes are damaging to young girls

    Horror movies’ obsession with torturing women

    Male directors need to be held accountable for the messages their movies send

    Parents have no clue how difficult online school really is

    A lot of parents were and still are against students being on campus during the pandemic.

    Free speech is not an excuse for malice

    Charlie Hebdo republishes controversial cartoons

    They made birth control for the wrong gender.

    One man can impregnate four women a day per year, while a woman can only give birth once a year.
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    Professor Mark Shavin talks about his career in the media, and as a Journalism professor at Georgia State. Photo Submitted by Mark Shavin

    Professor Mark Shavin gives insight into his four-decade journalism career

  • Georgia State professor Mark Shavin has worked as a journalist for 41 years and been published in the AJC and The Washington Post.
  • Shavin’s story on the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the most-read story in The Washington Post the day it was published.

    Students tell what ghostly activities they join during Halloween

    Students like Cameron Moore are among the many people who like to keep their family holiday traditions alive. He hopes to continue his family customs.

    Every step on campus leads to a historic landmark

    A list of historic sites, such as the first Coke bottling plant and Atlanta’s first skyscraper, that students unknowingly walk past every day.

    Students are creepin’ it real about horror films

    Film major Jessica Redding used to be a “scaredy-cat,” but “The Conjuring” changed her perspective on horror films.

    Pandemic has adverse effects on Georgia State’s homeless population

    The pandemic is accelerating gentrification on campus while putting more Atlantans at risk of homelessness.

    Professor Mark Shavin gives insight into his four-decade journalism career

    Georgia State professor Mark Shavin has worked as a journalist for 41 years and been published in the AJC and The Washington Post.

    Male model breaks down barriers in the fashion industry

    Georgia State sophomore Emoi Frasier has been modeling for two years and wants to use his experiences to make his own clothing brand.

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