WRAS “Partnership” Threatens Integrity of the Station, Creates Dangerous Precedent for GSU Student Media
(ATLANTA) Staff members of WRAS were shocked yesterday morning to find out that the student-run station is scheduled to shift in June to an all-new daytime news format managed by Georgia Public Broadcasting that will supplant original student programming.
After four years at the paper, it’s somewhat difficult for me to imagine life beyond The Signal‘s newsroom.
It’s been nearly two weeks since I saw Georgia State’s mens basketball team lose in crushing fashion during the final seconds of the Sun Belt Conference tournament. Franky, I’m still kind of disappointed.
Incoming student Patrick Sharp is denying claims that his new White Student Union supports neo-Nazi messages or racial bigotry, despite links to the controversial organization “Traditionalist Youth Network.”
Three years ago, I became a part of something that, at the time, I never imagined would become such an integral part of my life.
Every year, writer and editors from virtually every major and minor college newspaper in the state of Georgia descend on Athens for a weekend full of sessions, workshops and probably more than a little bit of partying (let’s be honest).
In a record showing, The Signal took home seven of the Georgia College Press Association’s top awards Feb. 2 and reclaimed the coveted “General Excellence” award for the second time in three years.
Authorities expect the 14-year-old victim of a middle school shooting in Southeast Atlanta to leave Grady Hospital tonight, and they credit an armed school resource officer for subduing and arresting the shooter.
The Associated Collegiate Press awards paper with “Best of Show” award in its largest category
Last week, I decided to do a little survey in one of my classes regarding student support of Georgia State athletics.