Arts & Living

Cyber love holds possibilities

November 6, 2012 Alexis Smith 0

In this day and age it’s not uncommon for people of all ages to meet someone in person that they first encountered via Internet. In fact, Lillian Pettit met her husband online. They’ve been dating […]

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For the love of theatre

November 2, 2012 Intisar Seraaj 0

Co-writer: Chateaux-Capri Stovall | Arts & Living Editor This year is the 80th anniversary of the Players of Georgia State University as the oldest producing theatre company in Georgia. Since opening their auditions in late […]

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Modern-day jouster by night

November 2, 2012 Alexis Smith 0

When most people think about extreme sports, activities like bungee jumping and rock climbing are usually on the list. But according to Georgia State student Matt Hiltman, a senior and philosophy major, there is one […]

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Honey bubble tea

October 29, 2012 Alexis Smith 0

Many students walking the Georgia State campus enjoy the taste of sweet iced tea. After all, it’s a popular drink in the Southern region of the United States.  While traditional sweet tea holds a special […]

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Make this election count with iShapePolicy

October 29, 2012 Iman Naim 0

With the presidential elections around the corner, biased news sources and conflicting opinions among family members and friends only complicate the already confusing election process. is a relief to voters who just don’t know […]

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