Local Government

Vote 2012

October 2, 2012 Alex Osiadacz 2

Financial aid and the economy topped the list of issues concerning Georgia State students who participated in a political survey last week. In the survey, students were asked to select issues that matters most to […]

Campus News

Built to Burn

October 2, 2012 Andres Cruz-Wellmann 0

Within seconds, smoke from the fire will engulf the dorm room. Within minutes…well, after a few minutes it doesn’t matter anymore.

Campus News

Plus or minus

October 2, 2012 Jasmina Alston 0

A change in the consistency of the grading system at Georgia State could occur in the future, depending on student viewpoints.

Campus News

Lost in translation

October 2, 2012 Terah Boyd 0

As U.S. businesses continue to expand overseas, there is a growing need for bilingual jobs in the public and private sector. Georgia State requires all College of Arts and Science majors to take some foreign […]


SGA Round-Up

September 28, 2012 Jasmina Alston 0

SGA President Marcus Kernizan’s officer report last Thursday discussed an autistic student who voiced concerns regarding disabled students at Georgia State. The possibility of changing the name of The Office of Disabilities Services to The […]


Major Problems, Money Problems

September 28, 2012 Laura Haas 0

By Laura Haas | Staff Reporter Carla Raymer always knew she wanted to work with children.  The daughter of a Brazilian and an Englishwoman, Raymer came to the U.S. in 2001 when her parents were […]

Street Crossing

“Walk with the man, not the hand”

September 28, 2012 Jasmina Alston 0

By Jasmina Alston | Staff Reporter The Georgia State Police Department is educating students on pedestrian laws this year by issuing warnings and citations through a newly-implemented campaign called “Walk with the Man Not the Hand.”

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