On the cutting edge: Kosha Irby

February 20, 2019 Julian Harden 0

“I want to be at the forefront of something that’s cutting edge,” Kosha Irby said. These words best describe the path of former associate athletic director of Georgia State and current team president of the […]


Editorial: Context matters

February 20, 2019 The Editorial Staff 0

We’ve all seen it before. And again, blackface has been a highlight of the news cycle, though this time for several fashion industry designs. Prada released a handbag featuring a figurine with brown skin and […]

Campus News

“You know you want this”

February 14, 2019 Zach Salling 0

“You have to sell the idea that his fantasy is being fulfilled and payment isn’t the reason why it’s happening,” Neptune said, “Do I play the ‘I need help’ role? Or do I play the […]

Arts & Living

Who’s going to move the rocks?

February 5, 2019 Sydney Bloeme 0

Last year, Georgia State’s oldest building and home of geosciences, Kell Hall, was set for demolition. The entirety of the Geology Department: all the rocks, chemicals and equipment must be relocated. So, how would over […]

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