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Atlanta Hospital closure leaves those in need without proper care

  • Hospital closure comes after lowered revenue during pandemic

    Stacey Abrams and Raphael Warnock’s Campaign Trails Intersect at GSU

    Stacey Abrams and Raphael Warnock walk and talk with students on campus

    Panthercards will be free for 11 days

    Get your new Panthercard by going to the Panthercard Office in Student Center West

    Running water ran away from Piedmont Central for a day

    Amid a stressful period of midterms, students at one of Georgia State’s on-campus residences, Piedmont Central added one more stressor.

    Atlanta creators write new comedy series “Sink or Swam”

    Co-creators Patrick Cavillo and Ana Bernot-Reilly write “Sink or Swam,” a comedy series about the hardships of the workplace.

    “I am a person of influence, you will know my name”

    The United Student Organizations holds first of many induction ceremonies.

    A Glance at the Down Ballot

    Election season plays host to a lot more than the Gubernatorial and Senate races.

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    The Hawks have more than just a dynamic duo

  • To say the Atlanta Hawks are back to 2021 Eastern Conference Finals form would be a stretch.
  • The Hawks are currently sixth overall points per game in overall ppg with 116.5.

    Georgia State Soccer Regular Season Recap

    Simon Carlson's amazing play with the Panthers this season earned him a spot on the Sun Belt First All-Conference Team.

    The Falcons’ offense needs a heavy dose of Kyle Pitts

    Kyle Pitts was the first rookie tight end to ever gain 1000 receiving yards.

    The Hawks have more than just a dynamic duo

    To say the Atlanta Hawks are back to 2021 Eastern Conference Finals form would be a stretch.

    Cross Country Season Wrap Up

    Three new signees and return of familiar face.

    Georgia States dynamic rushing attack

    Tucker Gregg is the school’s all-time leading rusher.

    Women’s Basketball season preview

    "We have the opportunity to do something special, to start a tradition there."

    Three Big Things

    April 20: Three Big Things

    April 13: Three Big Things

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    In the age of technology,  dating apps hope you find your one true match, many find nothing more than a bad night. Photo by Harry Wyman | The Signal

    Why You Should Delete Your Dating Apps

  • Basing whether or not someone is deserving of your time on whether they are attractive enough is problematic.

    When Will Enough Be Enough?

    There should be more regulations in terms of how we handle guns in this country.

    Why are we in Africa?

    AFRICOM was founded in 2007 and stands for United States African Command.

    The Dangers of Being a Woman

    Only 20% of rapes are successfully reported to the police.

    Church and State are Inseparable

    Separation of church and state metaphor rooted in early American fears of government involvement.

    The Jeffrey Dahmer Craze

    Netflix just released another Dahmer-adapted series.

    Forgive and Forget

    Free college was the norm up until the 60’s
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    Running water ran away from Piedmont Central for a day

  • Amid a stressful period of midterms, students at one of Georgia State’s on-campus residences, Piedmont Central added one more stressor.
  • Mid-morning on October 23, 2022, around 1,140 residents in the six-year-old freshman housing were left without running water for nearly a full day.

    “I am a person of influence, you will know my name”

    The United Student Organizations holds first of many induction ceremonies.

    Zach Bryan turns pain into beauty with “American Heartbreak”

    The songwriter is reimagining country music, and fans are in love with his writing, voice and songs.

    Does AI Art Dream of Artificial Sheep?

    AI Art has recently come into the global spotlight, and many ethical issues come with it.

    BeReal and Social Media Authenticity

    The application was created to provide a sense of community in the most authentic form and a new way of building friendships from a distance.

    Overwatch 2: New Dog, Old Tricks

    Whether Overwatch 2 will recapture the glory days of its predecessor remains to be seen

    Who’s in Your Meat? Review of Tender is the Flesh

    After a virus kills off livestock, humans of the future make the decision to switch over to “special meat”.

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    The Jeffrey Dahmer Craze

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    Racism at Georgia State is Alive

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