Fellow Panthers, do you realize that it’s almost time for spring break!?!? The week of March 12-18 is quickly approaching and there’s no guarantee that your vacation will be one to remember, especially not by planning at the last minute. Even though you may be cutting it kind of close, the time to plan is now if you haven’t! Having a checklist is the perfect tool to help ensure your spring break is ...
Spring is my favorite semester and here’s why: it births some of the biggest Georgia State events of ALL TIME! For instance, we’ve had Lil Wayne, Trey Songs, Kendrick Lamar, and Miguel come to our school to perform. That’s crazy, right? But back to spring 2018, here are a few events you should look forward to this semester:
1. Greek Showcase: Greekdom XVIII
One of the most romantic times of the year is upon us and I am here to make sure you are ready to give your partner the best gift on budget! Yes, I know it’s a little awkward having Valentine’s Day fall on a school night, but that’s why you should be prepared. Here are few great discounts that Georgia State offers to make your Valentine’s Day gift one to remember:
February isn’t just the month of stuffed teddy bears and assorted chocolates, Black History Month is here and Georgia State makes it easy to celebrate and learn about the lives, legacies, and history of black people! If you’re looking for a few ideas on how to honor the notable individuals who sacrificed, suffered, overcame, and greatly contributed to society so that we can have many of the resources we ...
I have a secret deal to let you in on, but you have to brace yourselves for it… Did you know we get Microsoft Suite FREE as Georgia State University students?! That’s awesome right?
Forget using Microsoft Word online and let me take you on this journey to FREEdom.
1. Sign in to Microsoft with your student email account.
The year of 2018 is finally here, and the best way to stay focused is to center-in on your goals. One way to organize your thoughts and execute your vision is to create a vision board.
A vision board is used to help clarify, concentrate, and maintain focus on specific life goals. You can display images or words that represent whatever you want to be, do, or have in your life. Whether it ...
It is that time of the year to take on the phrase: #newyearnewme and also the perfect time to get your life together as a student. Though we have already settled into our classes, it is never too late to set a resolution.
Fall semester has winded down before our eyes! It seems like yesterday when we were toting boxes of Ramen noodles and hugging our parents goodbye to nearly 20 weeks of projects and exams. But winter break is approaching, and just like Thanksgiving break it is time to move-out of the residence halls we’ve called home to join family and friends before the next semester begins. Here are five tips to help you move-out for the break:
1. Choose class times that work for you!
If you can not handle 8:00am classes, please don’t stress yourself by doing it. In most cases people don’t have a choice, but if you can avoid it, do so! Choose class times that fit well with your day-to-day schedule as much as possible.
2. Research your professors!
When you’re living on campus you’re surrounded by so many different attractions that it can get a bit overwhelming when the weekend finally manages to roll around. I’ve narrowed down a few places for you to visit before summer ends:
Take a nice bike ride (walk, run or jog!) along the BeltLine with some friends!
2. Take some friends to Centennial Park...