Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: April 21, 2015

April 21, 2015 Editor-in-Chief 0

To the editor: In response to the article “Student homeowners say Atlanta BeltLine developments intrude upon property” by Miranda Hawkins, published in the Signal, Vol. 8 #27 and online at georgiastatesignal.com on April 16, 2015, […]


Wells’ record-breaking season continues

April 21, 2015 Akiem Bailum 0

Headlining Georgia State’s track and field showing at the Georgia Tech Invitational, sophomore LaPorscha Wells established another school record with a 59.31 meter performance in the hammer throw. The mark also earned her the top […]


Weekend News Briefs: 4/20

April 20, 2015 Editor-in-Chief 0

Local Sweetwater 420 Fest continues despite severe weather When other local festivals closed due to inclement weather on April 19, the Sweetwater 420 Fest continued at Centennial Olympic Park, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The […]

Arts & Living

‘Furious Seven’ speeds into theaters

April 20, 2015 Fernando Mattos 0

      Grade: A- Verdict: For the courage to defy blockbuster conventions, present a well-written story and, finally, touch hearts in one beautiful tribute, “Furious Seven” is an outstanding achievement in its genre. In […]


Cheaters never win

April 19, 2015 Mitchell Oliver 0

Final sentencing for the 12 Atlan- ta Public School (APS) teach- ers who were tried in court for cheating on standardized tests was announced April 12. However, the jail time already came down swiftly back […]

Sand Volleyball

Gaining a footing in the sand

April 19, 2015 Jeremy Johnson 0

  Junior volleyball player Deidra Bohannon is spending her indoor volleyball offseason on the sand — not the never ending sands of some exotic beach or endless desert — Bohannon is playing on Georgia State’s […]

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