Arts & Living

Education is the key

February 19, 2013 Joshua Yu 0

Atlanta is not the expansive and sprawling metropolis of New York City or Los Angeles, but the city permeates a strong identity of black culture. Some, like Professor Mary Rolinson of Georgia State’s history department, said Atlanta is a central point for black […]

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One Billion Rising

February 14, 2013 Iman Naim 0

Across the world, one billion men, women, and children joined together on Valentine’s Day to put an end to violence and abuse against women. One Billion Rising is a global strike, in flash mob form, […]

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Being Dracula

February 12, 2013 Raven Schley 0

<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Growing up in Blue Ridge, Georgia, Georgia State Alumni JonahHooper said that his interest in dancing started at a very young age. “ When I was 12 I took […]

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Fridays are overrated

February 5, 2013 Terah Boyd 0

Their story: In an Atlanta garage something special started happening on Monday night seven years ago. A small Bible study group was trying to find ways to get to know each other a little better. […]

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Food review: The Italian next door: Antico Pizza

January 30, 2013 Terah Boyd 1

The Westside’s popular BYOB destination, Antico, (Italian for “ancient”), is doing one thing—serving up super authentic Italian pizza su- per fast with zero frills. Buried off Hemphill in the middle of a Georgia Tech-filled residential […]

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Models pose at Georgia State

January 29, 2013 Joshua Yu 0

Comfortology, a footwear brand, was on Georgia State campus today modeling new products. Based in Norcross, GA, Comfortology was spotted on Poplar Street and Peachtree Street, next to Woodruff Park. Comfortology made use of the […]

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Found his voice

January 29, 2013 Kaylyn Hinz 0

When a passion becomes an opportunity, Georgia State senior Jason Halliburton knew exactly what do with it. It all started in one of his communication classes when guest speaker Vince Bailey heard his voice. “When […]

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