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The HOT question of this post is: if you could go back to your freshman year, what would you do differently? I know at some point in our college years we go back to thinking about what we could have done differently to better our scholastic and personal experiences, and for me I would’ve…

1. Focused more on school work

I can’t lie, I spent so much of my freshman ...

As college students some of us can admit that we really don’t have that much money, and let’s be honest here…saving only works when you don’t see things that you want 24/7! To SEMI-cure our purchasing issues,  I decided to compile a list of different stores and websites that offer us discounts on some of the things that we need and MOST of the things that we want!

So here are some ...

I love how artistically influential Georgia State is as a school. We strive to be self-taught and excel in everything we do. Throughout the year I wanted to  be able to spotlight some of the great artists we have here at school. So here’ s a look at some of the cool student photographers you may not know about:

Chris House

Named as one of ...

In the midst of all the madness that has occurred this semester with studying, classwork and working, we often forget why choosing Georgia State University was a good choice. And that’s why I’m here, to remind you why you chose this great school and why future students will continue to choose Georgia State.

1. The Programs of Study

We offer 100 fields of study and 250 degree programs to choose from to ensure that the interests ...

There’s one question I almost always hear once I tell someone that I’m a film major: “So, are you going to be the next Stephen Spielberg?” It’s at this moment when I hold my breath, count to three and politely nod and excuse myself. Another, far better question I hear is, “Why did you choose Georgia State University?” Now that’s a question that’s worth a legitimate response.

When most people ...

As you know our campus is not a traditional campus. We’re not bound by walls or built in a certain formation. WE LIVE, LEARN, AND THRIVE IN THE CITY! A place where art is produced on the walls and where architecture goes higher and gets more creative. Scrolling through Instagram, I found some of the best campus photos taken by Georgia State students. Check them out and feel free to follow ...

Cool Info for Student Photographers

I’ve always been a huge fan of photography. I remember flipping through thousands of magazines dissecting every part of a picture attempting to figure out the camera angle, lighting setups, and what equipment was used. That’s how I ultimately realized my passion. I came up with the idea to write this post in order to provide cool info for new student photographers such as myself, because it is the most amazing job in the world.

1. Finding your Camera Brand

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Most people would describe the best summer break as going on a vacation, leaving the country, and sleeping. Ultimately, having the most natural form of rest. However, my ideal summer break consists of going straight to work. I’ve always been a firm believer in working as hard as you can now, so that you’ll be able to relax later on in the future. That belief led to my decision of getting straight to work as a photographer ...

The Style Highlight of May

For this month’s style highlight we would like to introduce you to sophomore Julius High and freshman Hira Choudhry, who were photographed by Donte Maurice.

Julius High is a journalism major who is inspired by the minimalistic vintage style of the 80′s and 90′s. His favorite article of clothing includes none other than his tri-black turtleneck, and his favorite trend is the awesome mid-rise and striped shirts combo.

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If you’re reading this, I am pretty sure you’re still reminiscing about bathing in the sunbeams on a beautiful Florida beach. I, too, have shared similar sentiments about my previous spring breaks, but this year’s was a little…different.

During spring break I had an unforgettable time launching my start-up music festival smartphone app, Festivus, at two music festivals: BUKU in New Orleans, LA and