Georgia State students brought home the gold from the Southeast Journalism Conference’s (SEJC) Best of the South competition, winning Best College Newspaper, College Journalist of the Year and Best On-Site Competition Journalism Championship Team.
Senior Lauren Booker received the College Journalist of the Year award, which included a cash prize of $1,500. This is the… more »
Every year in April, the Office for the Victims of Crime (OVC) helps lead communities throughout the country in their annual observances of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW), which will be observed in 2017 on April 2 – 8. This year’s theme is Strength. Resilience. Justice… more »
Now that sunny days are starting to come back, it’s a good time to amplify up that exercise routine. The health benefits of regular exercise are endless, but recent studies show even higher benefits associated with increasing metabolic rate and reducing body fat. These two factors help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2… more »
Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for the volunteer. Volunteering and helping others can help reduce stress, combat depression, keep people mentally stimulated and provide a sense of purpose. While it’s true that the more people volunteer, the more benefits they’ll… more »
The Multicultural Center is the place for both traditional and non-traditional notions of multiculturalism. The Multicultural Center supports, discusses and celebrate the widely-varied ethnic cultures represented by the Georgia State University student body. However, the Multicultural Center doesn’t stop there. The Multicultural Center expands its programs and services into the realms gender, sexuality, ability and… more »
This semester, Leadership Development launched a brand new leadership series called the Leaders in Training Program (LIT). LIT is a 10-week leadership experience where students explore leadership through individual, group and societal experiences and discuss how those things lead to positive social change in their communities. The students started the experience by learning about their… more »
Spring break is right around the corner. While making plans for spring break, keep in mind how important it is to stay safe while on vacation. Here are some tips to make sure the spring break experience is pleasant.
Stay Safe While Drinking Play it safe! Be mindful of drink containers that have been left… more »
Georgia State University recently received survey data from the American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA), where students answered over 300 questions covering various health topics. The comprehensive health survey covers questions on the following topics: health status, health problems, risky and protective health behaviors, drug use, perceived norms in areas relating to injury… more »
According to USA Today, 71% of those with internet addiction are between the ages of 18 to 24. The study also found that 39% of Americans spend more time socializing online than they do in-person. Internet, social media and gaming addictions have become increasingly more popular among college students and their… more »
On a daily basis, we see advertisements on television, in magazines and on social media displaying society’s definition of perfection. February is Love Your Body month. Love Your Body is a national movement encouraging people of all shapes, sizes and skin tones to acknowledge their uniqueness and beauty on an individual basis. The message promoted… more »