Being a woman in this world consists of constant bitter realities. Biologically we suffer through the monthly visit of a disliked relative and when the right time unveils itself, we suffer a tiny human exiting […]
Midtown is home to some incredible nightlife, including an Irish pub made from almost 300-year-old imported wood and Atlanta’s only lesbian bar. You can also drink like a VIP at a bar designed to feel […]
[slideshow_deploy id=’13840′] Georgia State University has a myriad of student run-organizations, just ask anyone who has been to Org Fair! Joining any one of these diverse clubs can open the door to fun events […]
Georgia State University has hundreds of chartered clubs and organizations ranging from activism, community involvement, sports, entertainment and more. Culture and diversity continues to expand as the Student Life Committee, a Georgia State department, accepts […]
Last updated Feb. 21 at 11:23 for spelling correction of Asma Elhuni. Asma Elhuni had no idea what the MLK Humanitarian Award was until she checked her email inbox with the nomination. The political science […]
Every Tuesday at noon, a group of passionate students sits in an empty classroom in Langdale Hall to discuss the inequality they face every day.
A steady warbling of sounds, the slow shuffling of student’s shoes and the chatter of friends, struggling to hear each other. This is Georgia State’s courtyard at noon, and one glance will open one’s eyes to […]