Georgia Power’s new plan approved

August 29, 2016 Marium Zafar 1

On July 28, 2016, the Public Service Commission approved Georgia Power’s (GP) long-term utility plan to add around 1,600 Megawatts of new renewable energy capacity – enough to power about 264,000 homes by 2021. The […]


Weekly Crime Blotter: August 29

August 29, 2016 Editor-in-Chief 0

Aug. 20 Break it up! Two Georgia State students were caught fighting in the University Commons around midnight. One of the students has been caught again in a similar incident. GSUPD has cleared the case. […]


Weekly News Briefs: August 29

August 29, 2016 Editor-in-Chief 0

Local Man convicted for pouring boiling water over gay couple Martin Blackwell, an Atlanta truck driver was sentenced to forty years in prison on Aug. 24, for pouring boiling water over a sleeping gay couple […]


Georgia State now offers drug drop boxes

August 26, 2016 Sean Keenan 0

Students, teachers and metro Atlantans alike can now ditch their drugs at campus police stations, should they feel so inclined. The Medical Association of Georgia Foundation (MAG) recently introduced its “Think About It” campaign, a […]

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