Online colleges with frequently aired commercials are easily laughed out. No punch line needed. But what the heck, I got a few. “Online degrees are like Kroger Brand products: inexpensive and convenient to everybody. Matter […]
Georgia State’s latest recruiting class marks the first class under new head coach Trent Miles, starting off a new era of Georgia State football. The class totaled at twenty seven athletes. Based on the emphasis […]
Of all the many words that have long since had their original meaning mangled beyond the point of resignation by the ADHD-driven 21st century culture, perhaps none have been more mishandled than the word “epic.”
You’re sitting in an elementary school classroom. At your table, there are four children, hanging on your every word. You pose this question: “What is better? Playing in a big, fancy playground, or playing in […]
Our comic artist’s opinion on a controversial quote from Georgia State’s President Becker
Being unable to compete in the CAA conference tournament didn’t dampen the Georgia State’s softball team’s effort this season, finishing with a 36-19 record. The team is moving to the SunBelt Conference starting next season, […]
J.J. Abrams once famously stated that he wasn’t really a fan of Star Trek before being given the reins to direct the 2009 reboot.
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Atlanta’s Piedmont Park will be buzzing with sound of music this Memorial Day weekend, as The City of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs celebrates its 36th Annual Atlanta Jazz festival.
During his analysis on education Wednesday, Rajeev Dhawan, director of the Economic Forecasting Center at the J. Mack College of Business said that less and less Georgia graduates are contributing to the labor force. The […]