Shelby R. Grubbs is the newest appointee to the Board of Visitors of the College of Law. Grubbs, an attorney at law, practices in the area of civil litigation and dispute resolution spanning many different […]
The Signal: What makes you a good candidate? Christopher Walker: I believe I am an exceptional candidate for the Student Government Association as The VP of Public Relations. I am ready to make the commitment […]
One in five women report being raped, a number that is too high for Ryan Le, the Social and Networking officer at the Alpha Iota Omicron fraternity. Upon learning of the surprising statistics of these […]
Advocates for gun rights, some armed, descended upon the state’s Capitol today as part of a nationwide rally for gun and Second Amendment rights.
Young women are increasingly turning to alcohol and booze-filled nights for recreation and stress relief, according to a recent Center for Disease Control study. Drinking among female s, particularly young females aged 18-34 is […]
Georgia State students, faculty, and community members gathered this Sunday evening to hold a candlelight vigil for Coordinator of Greek Life Lucille Whiten Ausborn. Students, friends, and family of Ausborn lit candles in her memory […]
The foul-mouthed, rambunctious, “nothing is off limits” bear Ted made a stop by Georgia State today to give out “munchies” to students on campus and distribute free promotional items for the launch of the film […]
The Aerotropolis describes the future design of successful airport terminals worldwide. The conceptual brainchild of John Kasarda, professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, said airports are set to become “mega-malls” of […]