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Tips on choosing a minor

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?

This is one of the key questions you need to answer before choosing your minor. This will dictate every class you encounter throughout your minor ...

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

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 ...

Living in downtown Atlanta we are surrounded by many things that don’t always allow the unique beauty of our campus to shine through, however we can help change that by first starting with ourselves. With that being said, I’m going to share five ways we can make Georgia State University a cleaner environment:

1. Riding Bikes & Walking

In order to minimize our carbon footprint it would be more efficient to ...

Whether you’re dipping your toes in to filmmaking or you have a few projects under your belt, you’ve probably asked, “What am I going to film with?” If you’re in a production class you have access to some quality cameras, but what about when you’re not in a production class? Should you get a DSLR or invest in a camcorder? Is Canon or Nikon better? And what the heck is ...

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 ...

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 ...

In the transition from high school to college one of the hardest things I had to learn was how study.In high school, school came natural to me. In college , I took my first microeconomics course and realized that I had to really devote some effort into learning good study habits. Lucky for you I’ll share 5 awesome study tips that I’ve picked up over the course of ...

The most hectic time of year for every college student will always be finals week. But when you’re a senior that stress totally intensifies as the amount of days leading up to graduation get lower. Not to mention, there’s always a serious epidemic going around that lingers in the system of seniors not just at Georgia State, but throughout the nation. This epidemic is called Senioritis!

If you’re trying to figure out ...

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 ...