World Stop…Carry On!

People everywhere are still trying to mend their broken internet thanks to Queen Bey. She has managed to get the attention of the world once again by releasing one of the most controversial songs in 2016. Although the song’s lyrics and its visuals don’t quite add up to some, you’ve …

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The Collegian at Perimeter Podcast: February 24, 2016

The Collegian Podcast

The Collegian at Perimeter Podcast (CAP Pod) was created by the Collegian student newspaper to inform, engage, and entertain students, faculty, and staff of the two-year access institutions of Georgia State University. Around The Perimeter With renovation going on Clarkston campus for the Health, Wellness, and Rec center, Coach Robert …

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Oscar reflects continuing struggle from Freedom Movement

The struggle for equality during the Freedom Movement in the 1950’s continues in this year’s Oscar nominations that have been criticized for lacking diversity. The Oscar nominations should be a representation of actors who are honored for the differences that defines them as individuals. Racism is one of the biggest …

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Beyoncé takes on police brutality

Feb. 7, also known as Super Bowl Sunday, was a day filled with competition, music, live performances and controversy. However, much of the controversy surrounds Beyoncé and her provocative half-time performance. The singer was dressed in a jacket that resembled the iconic musician Michael Jackson. Her backup dancers consisted of …

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Some Pain and All Gain

Photo by Tosin Ogunnoiki

Students and faculty are in a pickle of inconvenience with renovations to the Health, Wellness and Recreation Center underway at the Clarkston campus. Anticipation for the new recreation center is high, but the patience of some students at Clarkston is already wearing thin. Kat Jones, psychology major on the Clarkston …

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How Can We Close the Gender Pay Gap?

Photo by Marium Zafar

The Economic Policy Institute’s 2015 comprehensive strategy report reveals that in the United States, women earn less than 83 cents for every dollar earned by men, and the disparity in wages is far worse for minorities and for those higher up on the income pyramid. “As more and more businesses …

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Social Media in Today’s Job Market

Whether we like it or not, social media is here to stay. Some people view it as an unnecessary distraction; however, a professional presence on such sites can create opportunities for all kinds of career aspirations. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn all provide the necessary features to make it easy …

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