Textbook costs continue to climb

September 22, 2015 Lauren Booker 0

College textbook prices have been stacking up year after year, and it’s not because of inflation. The cost jumped 1,041 percent from January 1977 to June 2015, while the nation’s prices inflated 308 percent, according […]

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Campus News

Weekly Blotter: Sept. 21

September 21, 2015 Editor-in-Chief 0

Sept. 14 Trashing the library Someone vandalized Library South between the times of Sept. 13 at 11 p.m. and Sept. at 5 a.m. A Georgia State staff member reported the library’s defacement to the Georgia […]

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Weekly news briefs: Sept. 21

September 21, 2015 Editor-in-Chief 0

Local Neighbors save mother and children A mother and her four children were saved from a fire in southwest Atlanta by quick thinking neighbors, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). Neighbors heard children calling for […]

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Arts & Living

‘The Transporter: Refueled’

September 18, 2015 Fernando Mattos 1

Grade: B Verdict: Fun and efficient, the new Transporter delivers some good chases to bring a checkered flag to the summer. My earliest movie memory is an opening sequence: a grandfather is teaching his grandson […]

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Weekly news briefs: Sept. 17

September 17, 2015 Editor-in-Chief 0

Local Cabral Franklin has died from cancer Cabral Franklin, son of former Atlanta mayor Shirley Franklin, has died from complications of cancer on Tuesday, Sept. 15, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). Franklin was an […]

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SGA’s Team IMPACT: Just a campaign strategy

September 17, 2015 Sean Keenan 0

Georgia State Student Government Association’s (SGA) Team IMPACT has long been an enigma regarded as a political party, an interest group and a governing platform. It’s none of those things. Although the coalition is based […]

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