The Student Judicial Board decided Monday afternoon that Andrew Whyte, former presidential candidate and runner up in the election, will be the next Student Government Association president, leaving Ashley Epperson as executive vice president.
The spring 2013 induction for the National Society of Collegiate Scholars is set for Wednesday April 24th at noon in Langdale Hall. The guest speaker will be Jim Galloway, a columnist of the Political Insider […]
Georgia State honored faculty, staff and students who have done outstanding work with their communities at the Special Recognition Ceremony on Tuesday afternoon. The university honored faculty who have 5 through 35 years of service with […]
Christian Hill’s disqualification from the position of Student Government Association president-elect and removal from the position of SGA vice president of student services was due to a March 15 altercation between himself and another Phi […]
Last Saturday, Kendrick Lamar rocked Georgia State’s annual Pantherpalooza concert series, performing before a sold out show at the Sports Arena in what was probably the university’s best sponsored gig in recent memory.
After Christian Hill’s disqualification from the position of SGA President-elect, his former opponents, George Avery and Andrew Whyte have come out with their own statements regarding the incident. In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, Avery […]
The NCAA will host the 2013 Final Four Big Dance Concert series in conjunction with Turner Live Events this weekend at Centennial Olympic Park, from April 5-7. The Big Dance concert series is a free, […]
Few candidates appeared to have specific strategies to achieve their goals last Thursday night at the first of two Student Government Association election debates. While the executive board candidates had specific goals, such as transparency, […]
In a record showing, The Signal took home seven of the Georgia College Press Association’s top awards Feb. 2 and reclaimed the coveted “General Excellence” award for the second time in three years.