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Cool Info for Student Photographers

I’ve always been a huge fan of photography. I remember flipping through thousands of magazines dissecting every part of a picture attempting to figure out the camera angle, lighting setups, and what equipment was used. That’s how I ultimately realized my passion. I came up with the idea to write this post in order to provide cool info for new student photographers such as myself, because it is the most amazing job in the world.

1. Finding your Camera Brand

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1. The food is ALWAYS amazing
One of the most unexpected things at the Homecoming Royal Ball is how amazing the food always is. My friends always know that if I am not on the dance floor then I am totally somewhere stuffing my face. The small bites are fancy, but just right for snacking.

2. It’s like a huge Georgia State family reunion
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The Backstory of My Study Abroad Journey

Studying abroad meant a lot to me, even in high school when I began my search for college. I always knew that I wanted to study and travel somewhere in the world, but I also knew that traveling meant having thousands of dollars. But that did not stop me from choosing a school that could fulfill my dreams of studying abroad. ...

Now WE ALL know that losing the HOPE Scholarship for the first time is a bloodcurdling experience! Thoughts begin to swirl through your head as you see your life and education flash before your eyes, and you literally feel like everything is over!! Well, at least I know that’s how I felt. However, one of the greatest things about HOPE is that you have that one chance to get it back with hard ...

Things Freshman Need To Know

Beginning college is one of the first great steps you can ever take in life, and if you’re a first generation college student like me, you probably have absolutely no idea what to expect. Here’s a guide of  things you should know as you begin your new journey.

1. Your education is more important.

Don’t get so distracted by the parties and all the fun extracurriculars. If you have work that you have to do, ...

Most people would describe the best summer break as going on a vacation, leaving the country, and sleeping. Ultimately, having the most natural form of rest. However, my ideal summer break consists of going straight to work. I’ve always been a firm believer in working as hard as you can now, so that you’ll be able to relax later on in the future. That belief led to my decision of getting straight to work as a photographer ...

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Is there anything you wish you would’ve done at some point in your collegiate career? We spoke to upperclassman on campus and you’re not alone. In fact, we compiled a list of things that they wish they would have done as they wrap up their final year on campus.

Georgia State has so much to offer, so be sure to take advantage of every opportunity, that way when it is close to graduation you can enter ...

I have recently learned how correct Wayne Gretzky was when he said: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”  I have never been one to let opportunities pass me by. Thanks to this, I had the opportunity to spend two weeks in Cannes (pronounced more like “can,” as in “a can of coke” and not “cans of coke”), France, and show my film at the world’s largest international film ...

Graduated. Now What?

May 9th has come and gone and I am officially a graduate of Georgia State University. My time at GSU was remarkable, but now it’s time to continue on with my life journey. I’m sure many of you that graduated along side of me might be tired of hearing that cliché question, “So…what are your plans after graduation?” We get it, and for the most part we are tired of hearing it, ...

The Style Highlight of May

For this month’s style highlight we would like to introduce you to sophomore Julius High and freshman Hira Choudhry, who were photographed by Donte Maurice.

Julius High is a journalism major who is inspired by the minimalistic vintage style of the 80′s and 90′s. His favorite article of clothing includes none other than his tri-black turtleneck, and his favorite trend is the awesome mid-rise and striped shirts combo.

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