Arts & Living

  • Stu2GoEdu: Paving the way for Atlanta’s future musicians

    When Christian Davis first became interested in creating music while in middle school, he was at a loss of where to start. Outside of what he heard on the radio, Davis knew nothing about writing [...]
  • LAs biggest sing along emo party makes its way to Atlanta

    Emo Nite is a music event started by three friends from Los Angeles: Morgan Freed, Babs Szabo and T.J. Petracca. This concert now tours the U.S., and it’s making its way to The Masquerade on [...]
  • Georgia State club works to get rid of period poverty

    Last week, The Signal sat down with Kaila Browner to talk about periods, a not-so-fashionable or openly discussed topic. Browner, a senior at Georgia State, believes ending the stigma of talking about periods in public [...]
  • Horoscope 11/5

  • Photos: Bad Bunny at State Farm Arena

    Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, also known as Bad Bunny, made his way to State Farm Arena in downtown Atlanta late Sunday evening. The Latin artist announced the second leg of his North American X100PRE tour [...]
  • Red Bull Music Fest: Denzel Curry vs. Joey Bada$$

    Denzel Curry’s alter ego Zeltron faced off with Joey Bada$$ at 787 Windsor this Sunday to kick off the Red Bull Music Festival.  The Red Bull Music Festival started on November 1st and is going [...]
  • Teaching the arts inside a maximum security prison

    Reading her poetic letter to the man she murdered silences the classroom. The professor and students listen respectfully as she recounts the abuse she and her sister endured, the catalyst for her actions. This alternative [...]
  • Georgia State students bunk with a wide range of animals

    Between classes, work and parties, many Georgia State students still find time to take care of a furry friend — or maybe not-so-furry. Fur, spikes and scales are all characteristics of today’s pets. More Americans [...]
  • A Third Culture Artist: How Burgundy’s music makes sense to you

    A song’s lyrics can be written to speak about many different things. These include material things or feelings and emotions. With his music, Atlanta artist Burgundy brings his own experiences to life through lyricism. Burgundy [...]
  • Simply Signal Recipes: Pecan Pie Pop-Tarts

    Although it might not feel like it outside, we are definitely in the middle of fall right now. To put you in the cozy season mood and make you forget all about store-bought Pop-Tarts, here [...]
  • No Shave November, more than just an Instagram trend

    No Shave November is the month where clean-shaven men become bearded beauties. The hashtag #NoShaveNovember has been around on social media since 2009, and with more than a million posts on Instagram alone, bearded babes [...]
  • Atlanta Artists Find a Safe Haven in ‘The Come Up’

    Sitting on the floor of actor Jake West’s living room, audience members of Atlanta’s recently founded variety show, “The Come Up,” experienced live theater brought back to its roots. “I decided I wanted to create [...]
  • Changing language, aiding access

    The former Office of Disability Services will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a new name, better describing their initiative to help the student body. Now, students searching for the [...]
  • Red Bull Music Festival 2019 Lineup

    The Red Bull Music Festival kicks off in Atlanta this week with big name artists performing at different venues across Atlanta. Not only will there will be concerts and parties, but there will also be [...]
  • Let’s Go, Scorpio babies!

    Scorpio season is here, and we’re making the most of it! Well, that is until Mercury retrograde on Oct. 31.   Aries  Obstacles are rising and tensions are high. Set boundaries in place now to [...]