Federal cash could help Atlanta’s homeless

September 8, 2016 Sean Keenan 0

The federal government just dished out $2.4 million to help Atlanta curb homelessness. That check, a grant from the U.S. Health Department, will bolster the city’s Homelessness Continuum of Care programs, which help and advocate […]


Atlanta parking deck primped for social space

September 2, 2016 Sean Keenan 0

Georgia State is almost done transforming an old ground-floor parking garage into a spiffy, new social space for students. The decades-old building on the corner of Downtown’s Edgewood Avenue and Equitable Place currently houses the […]


Georgia State now offers drug drop boxes

August 26, 2016 Sean Keenan 0

Students, teachers and metro Atlantans alike can now ditch their drugs at campus police stations, should they feel so inclined. The Medical Association of Georgia Foundation (MAG) recently introduced its “Think About It” campaign, a […]


How SGA shapes your Georgia State experience

June 4, 2016 Sean Keenan 0

Georgia State’s student politicians carry power unseen by most Panthers. In fact, as iterated at nearly every Student Government Association (SGA) senate meeting, all students of Georgia State are acting members of SGA… technically. But […]


Fortune Onwuzuruike sworn in as SGA president

May 9, 2016 Sean Keenan 0

Fortune Onwuzuruike became Georgia State’s student body president on Monday, May 9. Onwuzuruike, once SGA’s vice president of student services, swore the oath of Georgia State’s student government to step into the seat previously held by […]

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