The Illiteracy Epidemic

March 29, 2013 Mitchell Oliver 0

It may come as a shock, but you’re probably not as financially literate as you should be. I’m not talking derivatives or accounts payable or anything like that- I’m just talking about the most basic […]


Welcome Back

March 29, 2013 Jabari Kiongozi 0

Welcome back classy cats. Feeling re-juiced? Hung-over still? Never left in the first place? Either way, the parking decks have awaited your return. They’ve been awfully lonely without you. You made the right decision not […]

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Defeat stress before it defeats you

March 29, 2013 Joshua Yu 0

Your bank account just over drafted, three exams are coming up this week and there is a parking ticket on the windshield. Pulling your hair is not the way to alleviate stress. As a student, […]

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Bikes in Amsterdam

March 29, 2013 Laura Apperson 0

Bikes, bikes, bikes. That’s the first thing you see when you pull into Amsterdam Central–as the name suggests, it is the most central station in the small, charming town in Holland. Most visitors come here […]

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‘Comedown Machine’ get a C+

March 29, 2013 Mahad Mousse 0

As hard as it may be to believe, it really has been 12 years since The Storke’s breakout album Is This It? came out. And for those last 12 years, whether they’ll admit to it […]

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Final Four comes to State

March 29, 2013 Raven Schley 0

Loud music, talk from excited students, and dribbling basketballs were the sounds that emanated from the plaza near Hurt Park this afternoon. In celebration of the 2013 NCAA Final Four: Atlanta, the Athletics Department here […]

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WRAS GM gives funky style secrets

March 28, 2013 Samantha Reardon 0

Anastasia Zimitravich is a Marketing major at Georgia State, the general manager of WRAS – Album 88, and the newly-crowned queen of second-hand. So she doesn’t know about that last bit, but it’s so true. […]

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David Bowie: ‘Next Day’

March 28, 2013 Mahad Mousse 0

“The Next Day” acknowledges David Bowie’s past while being a definitive next step that can stand proudly among his best works. Give the Thin White Duke the credit he deserves for pulling the wool over […]

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