Campus Events

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 ...

Every student at Georgia StateUniversity has been through this long day of information sessions lasting for hours, walking all over campus, awkwardly socializing with other new students and doing some pretty important things like registering for classes and getting your PantherCard, so we understand how you feel. For those incoming freshman who have yet to attend New Student Orientation and have no ...

If you’re passionate about something then you should find any excuse to do what you’re passionate about. It’s easy to focus on the infinite number of challenges that might lead you to say, “I want to do something, but I can’t because…” But all you need is one reason to do your passion and all the challenges just become part of the fun. From my experience, film is probably one ...

1. The food is ALWAYS amazing

One of the most unexpected things at the Homecoming Royal Ball is how amazing the food is! My friends always know that if I am not on the dance floor then I am totally somewhere stuffing my face. The small bites are fancy, but just right for snacking.

2. It’s like a huge Georgia State family reunion
There is nothing like ...

Georgia [State], On My Mind.

I’m trying to write a good-bye post and I don’t know where to start. So, I’m just going to type whatever comes to my mind first. Here goes nothing:   To Georgia State University,              Thank you? I think. I can’t think of a word or like a clever metaphor to compare you to. Your streets, classrooms and family playing as faculty has kept me ...
10 Things you have to do as a new panther at GSU. 1. Embrace the Dorms

Decorate that 7 x 6 ft box like your life depended on it. Hop on that Pinterest (which I know you all do), get creative and enjoy that “college experience” with random strangers for a year, or two.

2. Dress up, Turn up and go to the Panther Prowls.

It’s like a GSU tradition. ...

Students at GSU realize the advantage of being in downtown Atlanta. Many students have partnered up with local businesses to raise awareness, support and donations for their organizations and the causes for which they advocate.

Sigma Sigma Rho has teamed up with NaanStop to raise donations for their cause, Raksha, a family services center. NaanStop will donate 10 percent of its total sales on March 26th. Hopefully a lot ...

Ticket Pandemonium

We all want to see our favorite stars in concert at some point in our lives, right? But what price would you pay to stalk their website for tickets or stand in a crowded arena full of screaming fans? Well, for me it was about $290. Yep. But do I consider myself a bigger fan than the next person? Not really.

We all love the thrill of concerts ...

GSU students will have one week to make a short film and compete for a chance to go to Hollywood!

Campus MovieFest (CMF) is the world’s largest student film festival, and Georgia State Students are seizing the opportunity to show their work. On Feb. 6, hundreds of students signed up and were provided with free Panasonic HD camcorders, Apple Computer laptops equipped with iMovie and Final Cut Pro, and training ...