College is a balancing act, and students unfortunately often develop poor sleeping habits. Good quality sleep, cannot occur without the right bedroom environment. Be mindful, and use your five (sight, taste, hear, touch and sound) senses when getting ready to sleep. Sometimes, the answer to getting a good night’s sleep is change of fresh linens… more »
Georgia State University held a general election for the 2018-2019 executive and legislative candidates of the Student Government Association on Monday, March 26 – Wednesday, March 28, 2018 and a run-off election on April 5 for the position of President. The results are available by viewing Election Results – Final 2018.
Franklin Patterson, a junior majoring… more »
The Multicultural Center offers Safe Zone workshops that promote an inclusive and supportive environment for individuals of the LGBTQIQA community. In efforts to be recognized as a model for leadership in inclusion, Safe Zone was redesigned with the help of doctoral student Becky Lecroix. The basic awareness and ally workshop includes activities and discussions that… more »
Georgia State University’s school newspaper won the day at two separate conventions this past weekend. The Signal ranked #1 in key general categories in both the Best of the South and Georgia College Press Association’s Better Newspapers contests, recognizing student work from 2017.
The Best of the South awards… more »
Student media leadership for 2017-18 will focus on fresh faces and new ideas as six entirely new leaders take the helm of the university’s six media outlets.
This clean leadership slate contrasts from recent years when at least one student media leader returned for a second year, according to Bryce McNeil, assistant director for Student… more »