Arts & Living

TikTok-ing around Campus

April 7, 2020 Jada Jones 0

TikTok has become one of the most popular social media services, with over 1.5 billion downloads on the App Store and Google and 800 million monthly users. The app once most famous for its lip-syncing […]

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Making their vote count

April 7, 2020 Maya Torres 0

As the newly postponed Georgia primary election on May 19 approaches, the Georgia State community is gathering information and evaluating their own beliefs in preparation to cast their votes. Many underclassmen, such as dual enrollment […]

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Entering the job market during a pandemic

March 31, 2020 Hanna Weiland 0

The stock market crashed in the beginning of March, seeing one of the worst crashes since the 2008 recession. The entire planet is amid a pandemic, causing municipal shutdowns, self-quarantine and an escalating death rate. […]

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The Zen of cat cafes

March 31, 2020 Holyn Thigpen 0

New research suggests that spending time with animals is among the best coping methods for stress, anxiety and generalized depression. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America terms this the “pet effect.” Surveying thousands of […]

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Fighting against an altered reality

March 31, 2020 Hannah Jones 0

Airbrush, Photoshop, Facetune. Ever since modeling became a serious profession, models have struggled with body image, societal pressures and, eventually, photo edits.  Since the invention of Photoshop in 1990, celebrities and the public have been […]

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