University Senate Round-up: Senate Changes Definition of “Student”

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.

Three Cheers for (Student) Democracy

It’s been said that laws are like sausages – it’s best not to see them made. I could not disagree more.

Students and Faculty Come Out Against HB 59 Amidst Fears of Funding Backlash

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.

Making a Connection: Students Volunteer to Help the Homeless

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.

Students Protest at Capitol Over Education

Georgia State students rallied at the Capitol on Oct. 7 along with students from other metro Atlanta campuses for immigrant rights and to protest budget cuts and tuition hikes.

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