Editorial: One President for them all

March 26, 2016 Editor-in-Chief 0

Last year, Georgia State’s Student Government Association (SGA) scraped together 1,282 votes during 2015’s election season. SGA’s election commission that year sought 6,000 voters of the school’s 32,165 student population, according to Forbes. With over […]


Panther Status: Denied

February 16, 2016 Dominique Times 0

Broken promises left some former Georgia Perimeter College (GPC) athletes without an athletics program or an education. A letter from then-Interim President Rob Watts promising to pay tuition, books and fees for student athletes was […]


Changing landscape for two-year schools

February 5, 2015 Matthew Wolff 0

In light of President Obama’s recent proposal to make community college free, it is still uncertain whether the two-year programs that will be offered at Georgia State via the Georgia State-Georgia Perimeter consolidation will qualify. […]