Georgia State

Georgia State is such a diverse university. And not just in backgrounds, or race, gender, beliefs, ideas, majors, organizations or anything else, but in the different foods we like and the diets we have. I am a pescartarian (or a pesco-vegetarian only eating fish and a vegetarian diet). I began to go on a journey of discovery and also share my favorite places on campus to get ...

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 ...

Whether you’re new to campus or a seasoned Panther, there is always a new place to explore. Here are 60 of the coolest places on and around campus:

  •  The Welcome Center in Centennial Hall
  • The Urban Plaza–for all of your outdoor studying needs
  • The Pounce Statue in Unity Plaza
  • The Tunnel beneath Courtland Street–for when you don’t feel like fighting through the hordes of students in the Library Plaza
  • There is nothing better than being a part of the Panther Family and last night I can truly say that the entire Sports Arena was filled with Panthers bleeding GSU blue. We took on the Georgia Southern Eagles in a huge rivalry game and when I say that there was so much Georgia State spirit and pride in the room that would be an extreme understatement. Fans were cheering, children were dancing, ...


    Welcome Back Panthers! It is time to get back into school mode and make this semester awesome. One thing I love about spring semester is that it seems to go by much faster, because not only do we have this upcoming Monday off for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but also because Spring Break is less than two months away. Not to mention there is always some hope for ...


    Thanksgiving Break is ideally supposed to be a time when you relax, enjoy family and friends, catch up on the sleep you’ve missed from studying, and reflect on what you are thankful for.  But when you are in college that idea is far from reality. Here are five things me and mostly every other college student will be doing during Thanksgiving “break”:

    1. Playing Catch Up!

    There’s one question I almost always hear once I tell someone that I’m a film major: “So, are you going to be the next Stephen Spielberg?” It’s at this moment when I hold my breath, count to three and politely nod and excuse myself. Another, far better question I hear is, “Why did you choose Georgia State University?” Now that’s a question that’s worth a legitimate response.

    When most people ...

    As you know our campus is not a traditional campus. We’re not bound by walls or built in a certain formation. WE LIVE, LEARN, AND THRIVE IN THE CITY! A place where art is produced on the walls and where architecture goes higher and gets more creative. Scrolling through Instagram, I found some of the best campus photos taken by Georgia State students. Check them out and feel free to follow ...

     

    I remember my favorite part of Halloween was dressing up, trick-or-treating, and going to haunted mazes and houses with my friends from my high school back home in Marietta. But living downtown can make it hard to get into the sprit of Halloween.

    You may not have known, but Georgia State gives you that Halloween experience. Whether you choose to trick-or-treat floor to floor in the dorms, attend a costume ...

    Welcome to the Guide to Georgia State’s Tailgates! With a couple wins under our belts Georgia State students, alumni, faculty, staff and supporters are excited and ready for our next matchup. But this post isn’t about the actual game, but some of the big pregame game moves. Georgia State offers a few tailgates for you to enjoy prior to kickoff, such as…

    1. Spotlight Tailgate

    *Panther Card is required

    Spotlight is known for throwing the biggest and ...