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100 years and counting

January 16, 2013 Kaylyn Hinz 0

From an all-night commuter school to a thriving, full-time university, Georgia State has come a long way since its start in 1913.

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State marches on Washington

January 15, 2013 Alexis Smith 0 Georgia State’s marching band’s reaction to the news courtesy of Steven Swigart.     The Georgia State marching band is undoubtedly still in its infancy. Yet, at three years old, they have already garnered much […]

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Breakaway for the holidays!

December 5, 2012 Crystal George 0

Students who participate in Panther Breakaway enjoy an all-inclusive break away from home, actively engaging in a city of their choice. Panther Breakaway is a student organization that began with one trip in the winter […]

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Before exams, examine yourself

December 5, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

Contributions by: Kaylyn Hinz | Staff Reporter Go somewhere new: A change of scenery can help you remember more, according to the New York Times. Memory is “colored” by location, so if you study in a […]

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Right where she wants to be

December 5, 2012 Chateaux-Capri Stovall 0

Atlanta Ballet’s 83rd season will again include the classic production “The Nutcracker.” The Company’s 53rd production of this holiday favorite will show Dec. 7-26 at the Fox Theatre with discounted tickets offered to students. If […]

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Jumping through hoops

November 14, 2012 Anna Norris 0

Fifteen minutes!’” shouts the stage manager as the performers of the Masked Charade hurriedly crowd around the lone makeup mirror backstage. Dipping their brushes in face paint, dancers paint teardrops, hearts, and what can only […]

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The start to a year ‘round effort of service

November 14, 2012 Iman Naim 0

In previous years, “Hunger and Homelessness Week” was a one-day service opportunity called “Project Empty Bowls.” This year, it has grown into a weeklong effort, Nov. 12- Nov. 16, with events for everyone to participate […]

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