Campus News

Foundation gives $10,000 to student

December 3, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 0

Kerri-Ann Sanderson was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the KPMG Foundation—for the third consecutive year. Sanderson, who has been a Georgia State doctoral student since 2010, said a friend told her about the scholarship, so […]


HIV/AIDS research expands at Georgia State

November 15, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 0

Increased research of HIV/AIDS’ contributions to the social, regional and scientific communities could be dramatic, especially here in Atlanta. The disease affects more than 40,000 Georgians. Leading HIV/AIDS research at Georgia State is Dr. Richard […]


Georgia State Police ride-along

November 6, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 0

T edra Eberhart-Lee did not come from a family of law enforcement, but in her two-and-a-half year career as a Georgia State police officer, she has quickly learned how to protect people. While major crimes […]


Covington police chase ends on MLK

October 31, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 2

A high speed police chase spanning 38 miles ended in wreckage Wednesday afternoon in downtown Atlanta after a maroon Ford Fusion was pinned by police vehicles on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. near Broad St. […]

Local Government

The Signal debate series

October 9, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 2

Oct. 3 marked the first of three presidential debates, and one vice presidential debate, all to be held this month to give voters a chance to learn more about each candidate’s solution for a slow […]

Local Government

Vote 2012

October 2, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 2

Financial aid and the economy topped the list of issues concerning Georgia State students who participated in a political survey last week. In the survey, students were asked to select issues that matters most to […]