This spring, something changed in Woodruff Park’s landscape—where there was previously green space, 20,000 yellow daffodils began to sprout.
It starts with a song. This is how Georgia State senior Jabriel McIntosh began his film, “Music Therapy,” which won best drama at the Campus Movie Fest.
On the track they are aggressive, competitive and at times brutal. Off the track they are mothers, teachers and comedians. These women are the Atlanta Rollergirls.
After accepting a date with Georgia State Student, Harry Lyles Jr. this past July, Olympian, Lolo Jones has officially cancelled the date. Lyles had a feeling that the date was no longer going to happen. […]
Trying to get his name and voice well known in New York City, Vern Tremble credits everything he learned to his professors and mentors at Georgia State University.
Last night in the Student Center Ballroom, 18 contestants competed for the Miss Georgia State University title. Each of the contestants had to compete in five categories: lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit, evening wear, talent, […]