After seven hazing allegations in four years across the country, the national office of Sigma Sigma Rho, Inc. was concerned – not with how to eliminate hazing but with how to cover it up.
A bill that would redistrict the Cherokee County Board of Education election posts and cut out its chair members has drawn fire by the system’s accrediting agency – prompting pressure on lawmakers to revise the plan. Although House Bill 978 passed through the Georgia General Assembly unanimously, the bill’s sponsor, state Rep. Mark Hamilton (R-Cumming), […]
Georgia State poured over $1.5 billion into the local economy in 2010, according to a study from last year.
Chancellor Hank Huckaby of the University System of Georgia expressed enthusiasm for Gov. Nathan Deal’s budget proposal that would restore funding for the system’s Board of Regents at a House subcommittee meeting Wednesday morning.
An anonymous letter sent to the Dean of Students last month has sparked an investigation into the Delta Lambda chapter of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority for hazing and other illegal practices.
The University Senate voted to amend the definition of what constitutes a “student” last week to allow greater access to university services over the summer.
Although the bill to completely ban undocumented students from attending public universities was ultimately shelved last year, House Bill 59 has once again caused a stir from students and other opponents.
Manning a homeless shelter may not be the most glamorous way to spend a night, but that has not stopped up to 25 Georgia State students from doing just that on a regular basis.
Signal photography editor Judith Kim was arrested among 19 others late Saturday night, despite her objections that she was a member of the student media.
The most continuous issue discussed at the Student Government Association meeting was its recommendation of moving the concert series held in the courtyard every Tuesday and Thursday.