The Collegian’s Final Bow

The final academic year of the Collegian newspaper was a lot of things, but uneventful was not one of them. The last eight months we have seen changes, growth, growing pains, and the promise of progress from our editors and our staff. The year started with excitement and a lot …

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Usher Rock The GSU Atlanta House

On Tuesday April 12, 2016 Raymond Usher came to the Georgia State University Atlanta Campus in the Student Center. There was approximately over 2,000 students inside the building with an excited crowd that was ready to hear Mr. Usher. Raymond was not only dancing, singing and acting. He is also …

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Earth Day Expo

“Saving our Earth so there will be a tomorrow.” This was the slogan for the Earth Day expo that took place April 15, 2016, on the Decatur campus. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., students were invited to the kick-off event of Earth Day week where Georgia companies helped teach …

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Coverage of Boko Haram

Sometimes, there are horrendous events that happen in the world that do not always get the attention that they deserve. Stories are reported on — only to fade from the minds and memories of the general public on a global scale. April 14, 2016 marked the second year anniversary of …

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Dumpster Diving

While it’s probably not as chaotic as it appears in this picture, one solution to food waste and hunger in America is a practice known as “dumpster diving. While most hungry people do not literally dumpster dive for food, there is a selective group of individual who practice this unusual …

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Four-year, two-year or no school?

Life after high school graduation can be confusing; a milestone has finally been reached. Now you’re left to make your own decisions. Throughout being nurtured and looked after during all four years of high school, the decision that has been most considered is what higher education will be best suited …

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