College of Arts and Science

Sally Blair has become something of a GSU legend. She is more widely known as “GSU Dancing Girl,” because she is almost always sporting her Beats by Dre headphones, dancing along campus streets and hallways. She even has a Facebook page dedicated to her. 

Sally is something of a mystery to most people, who only see her dancing past and never really get a chance to talk ...

GSU Leaders of Tomorrow

Even though my international status prevented me from voting in the 2012 election, I was excited to use what I had learned in my required American Government and U.S. History classes to converse or debate with my peers and parents and even have one-way arguments with the commentators on television.

Election night 2012 at GSU was filled with a similar excitement. Campus Events, along with Phi Beta Sigma fraternity and ...

Leaves Changing, Scarves Hanging

I know what you are thinking: Fall is here and you need to buy a huge coat and gloves that will last the whole season. WRONG. Since I’ve attended Georgia State, I have seen various interpretations of what I like to call “Jumbo Jacket Syndrome.” People buy these huge jackets that completely swallow them just to stay warm while they are outside — not to mention that it’s about ...

Flat. That’s the first word I think of when I think of my hometown. I would have said small, but everyone is from a “small town” nowadays. Adairsville is the name of the one-stoplight town where I lived prior to my transfer to Georgia State. I was always into the arts and longed to find some inspiration in that town. Mind you, the folks back home didn’t exactly look ...

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