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  • The story of how three women started a massive discussion within the Georgia State community about sexual assault and its prevalence.
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    Face masks are made mandatory for all students, faculty and staff at Georgia State

  • Georgia State will provide two face masks for each student, staff and faculty member to wear on campus
  • Disciplinary action is expected should students not comply with face-covering requirements

    What experiencing COVID-19 is like as a student-athlete, a volunteer EMT and a patient

    Harris Helberg and the Queens University of Charlotte Royals were set to pursue a sixth straight Southern Atlantic Conference championship.

    International Students Share Their Experience And Concerns With COVID-19

    Elizabeth Kim shares her experience in France from COVID-19 spreading and Nada Mahmoud shares her concerns for her country, Egypt.

    Mandatory Fee Policies Affect Clubs This Fall Semester

    Only students taking classes in person are required to pay all mandatory fees, including the Student Activity Fee.

    Survivor Stories: An Investigation by The Signal

    The story of how three women started a massive discussion within the Georgia State community about sexual assault and its prevalence.

    Survivor Stories: The Radical Coalition of Survivors and a Letter of Demands

    On June 1, a letter of demands was sent to administrators and faculty across Georgia State signed by the “Radical Coalition of Survivors.”

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    What experiencing COVID-19 is like as a student-athlete, a volunteer EMT and a patient

  • Harris Helberg and the Queens University of Charlotte Royals were set to pursue a sixth straight Southern Atlantic Conference championship.
  • For Helberg, his work on the frontlines of COVID-19 at a hospital changed his perspective on life and saw him get infected with the coronavirus.

    For Coach Lanier, this summer marks the last with a full family in the house

    Men’s basketball head coach Rob Lanier will have a little more quiet in his home in the Fall when his eldest child, Emory, attends Davidson College.

    Inside the successful Fall semester of the Panthers’ women’s soccer team

    Maria Howell, midfielder and forward, understands how important it is to perform well in the classroom. But nothing compares to a game of soccer.

    MLS may return, what does it mean for Atlanta United and the rest of the league?

    From iconic goals to legendary crowds, the rivalry between Atlanta United and Orlando City is one of the richest in MLS history.

    Basketball fans may soon be able to root for their beloved teams again

    With a purposed plan, the NBA is scheduled to return next month, which would make them the first professional American sport to resume since March.

    Graduate Damon Wilson is bound for success in the basketball industry

    Through a line of family history and a love for basketball, Damon Wilson will look to take his talents overseas and then become a broadcaster.

    Former Panther Brandon Wright has kicked his way into the NFL

    Brandon Wright’s success at Georgia State allowed him the opportunity to sign an undrafted free agent contract.

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    Letter to the Editor: Your new e-bill is now available

  • A letter to the editor from student Trang Pham about returning to campus under COVID-19.
  • "Despite my overwhelming desire to go back to campus for classes, I do not think Georgia State should be reopening all facilities."

    “Let My Building Burn” — Stop putting people over property

    Upset over property loss trump the loss of human lives. Activists hold that Black men and women deserve more than to be devalued in comparison to mult

    To the Black elite, this is my quality of life not a cash cow nor aesthetic

    People are dying and celebrities are patting themselves on the back for posting hashtags form their mansions.

    Stop making a photoshoot out of a movement you don’t care about

    Influencers are being criticized for taking photos at protests and retreating back to their cars.

    Black celebrities must stop gaslighting black issues

    The black community exists outside of suburbs and glass fronts. The elite who are from populist issues shouldn’t downplay our issues.

    Letter to the Editor: Call For The Signal’s Statement

    A lettter to the editor from Victor Sledge.

    Editorial: Why racism never died, racism still kills — and how to change that

    In a Black-led discussion, 15 staff members of The Signal came together to write an editorial that is passionate, supported by facts and with purpose.
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    Arts & Living

    Photo Courtesy of Taylor ALXNDR

    Drag performances from the comfort of your home

  • Drag performances rely on audience interaction and, as a result, have had to face setbacks and create creative solutions to keep audiences engaged.
  • Atlanta-based House of ALXNDR is one of the Atlanta drag houses that has been working towards facilitating online creative spaces for performers.

    City restaurants fight to stay alive after COVID-19, campus closure and protests

    Downtown restaurants have faced a dramatic decline in clientele since COVID-19 began and changed their plans to reopen because of recent protests.

    Student and friends create GoFundMe for Atlanta Black-owned businesses

    A Georgia State student and two Mercer graduates aim to raise $10,000 for Black-owned businesses in Atlanta.

    Creativity vs. coronavirus: How student artists are staying creative during a pandemic

    Student artists give insight to their quarantine creative process.

    Content creators in quarantine: YouTube edition

    Because of quarantine, student creatives have had to adjust to creating content from home that remains both interesting and appealing.

    Georgia State students adapt as summer internships are canceled

    Seniors at Georgia State share their experiences after learning that their internships were canceled due to the pandemic.

    Walking the red carpet at home

    NeoN had to cancel its original plans for the 2019-20 content premiere due to the current pandemic.

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