It’s hard to argue that there are many things cuter than a puppy. The best motivators, running buddies and “cuddlers” always seem to be our faithful, four-legged companions. Unfortunately, living in an apartment in the city has prevented me from keeping my dog with me. That’s why one of my favorite times of the year is when the puppies come to Georgia State thanks to Alpha Epsilon Pi’s annual AEPuppies charity ...
We’re approaching that time of the year when alumni come home and the entire Panther family celebrates our beloved university, HOMECOMING! If you haven’t heard, there will be great events taking place all week to get you #GSUnited, including the following:
October 17th at 8:00am at Unity Plaza
Homecoming week is almost here, which means it’s time for alumni to come home and celebrate with the rest of the Panther family! For current students this means that there will be awesome events taking place on each Georgia State campus, every day of homecoming week. Checkout the schedule to see what’s going to be happening on your campus!
We’ve arrived to the point of the year where our football team will need you all the most, their season. The first game of the season is upon us, so you know what that means… IT’S TIME TO TURN UP and represent our school to the fullest!
If you don’t have plans to attend here are a few reasons why you should reconsider, read some literature on the subject…and go!
Throughout our college years, we will go through a few phases in life. They will encourage us to do a variety of things, allowing our collegiate experience to be eventful. As a third year, I’ve realized that as students we often forget about a lot of cool things that our school has to offer us. This leads me to introduce the different student clubs you probably didn’t know we have at Georgia State University.
The residence halls offered by University Housing are not just meant to be a place where you can only rest your head, they are supposed to be your home away from home. However, that part is completely up to you! When you walk in, your room is a blank canvas to spruce up in a way that makes you feel comfortable. If you’re a ...
Let me tell you, living on campus comes with a lot of perks. You’re surrounded by cool people, places, and things, AND you’re also right by your classes! You honestly can’t beat that, which is why I highly recommend living on campus your freshman year of college…along with these reasons:
1. It’s convenient
If you have a talent or knowledge, then it’s important to share that and give back to the community–there are many ways to give back. One way I like to give back is to work at a film summer camp here in Atlanta, Camp Flix. This year, Camp Flix held three one week sessions in which campers get to meet and learn from industry professionals and are given equipment and ...
Coming into college and choosing a minor could be an extraordinarily hard venture, especially if you’re undecided and have yet to declare a major. When choosing a minor here are some questions that you should consider before making that heart-wrenching decision.
1. What are you interested in?
Throughout the year we constantly push ourselves physically and/or verbally to maintain that “summer body” that we all desire to have. However, what happens when it hits the midpoint of summer? Do you only put in enough work to let your summer bodies last for one day in the sun? ABSOLUTELY NOT – we have to keep pushing so we can continue to be healthy. To help, I rounded up some cool