So, now that Valentine’s Day is over, people are beginning to remember the other big thing that happens in February. It’s Black History Month! Except, not exactly. It’s more like “Black History: 1619 to Present […]
Uh oh! Valentine’s Day is approaching. This could be a very happy time in your life where you celebrate your relationship with your significant other. However, it could also be a time for reflection on […]
After three months of reconstruction, the Indian Creek Lodge at Stone Mountain has reopened their high ropes challenge course for students and faculty at Georgia State.
A recent report from the Andrew Young School of Policy at Georgia State reveals that continued federal budget cuts will have a more pronounced impact on the military communities of Georgia, particularly in Savannah and […]
Students and faculty at Georgia State have been using expired elevators since the beginning of the semester.
Meet Marcus Riggs. He is a senior at Georgia State University and graduated from the Black Retail Action Group (BRAG) summer internship program earlier this month. “I learned a lot about how the retail industry […]