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Judge Penny Brown Reynolds is a nationally respected leader, bold visionary and highly dedicated public servant. As the first African American in Georgia’s history to serve as the governor’s attorney, she is dedicated to the fundamental principles of justice, equality, civic engagement and advocacy. Reynolds currently teaches law at her alma mater, Georgia State University,…

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Atlanta names one of the Top 25 cities in the Technology Industry

What makes Atlanta a “tech” city? After all, technology is everywhere we look today. Any company can surf the internet, build an app or use cloud-based data service. So, how did Atlanta make it onto a national list of the Top 25 Best Tech Cities? Believe it or not, Atlanta stands out among its peers as technology industries…

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Recently, YFN Lucci brought Summerhill, Atlanta to the students at Georgia State University’s Creative Media Industries Building. Hosted by rolling out’s A.R. Shaw, the “Key to the Streets” rapper came to GSU decked out in diamonds for an exclusive listening session of his new album, Ray Ray From Summerhill.   Before his arrival, students wrote down…

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Recently, it was reported that a student at Georgia State University stabbed another student during an altercation. Now, according to the school’s police chief, a GSU student spat on the other student and punched him before the stabbing. The student who was spat on and punched stabbed the other GSU student multiple times in a…

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A student at Georgia State University has been hospitalized, and authorities have detained the alleged perpetrator. The stabbing occurred early this morning at GSU student housing building Piedmont North, located at 175 Piedmont Ave. NE. According to GSU Police Chief Joe Spillane, the university and Atlanta police initially responded to a call about a fight…

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During homecoming this past weekend, Georgia State University crowned its newest Royal Court, including Norae Woodard as the 2017-2018 Ms. Georgia State University, making her the sixth consecutive Black Ms. GSU since 2012. Georgia State University is the most diverse institution in the state of Georgia and is No. 1 in the nation for awarding…

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     Georgia State University College of Law moved into a new building, 85 Park Place NE, on Wednesday, Sept. 10. The ribbon cutting included Governor Nathan Deal, Mayor Kasim Reed, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, Chancellor Hank M. Huckaby, Mark P. Becker President of Georgia State University, and Chief Justice Hugh P. Thompson.    

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Tameka Lester’s intelligence and perseverance have carried her to impressive heights in her career. Currently, her admirable traits are also being used to help the less fortunate as she servers as the assistant clinical professor and assistant director of the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic at Georgia State University. The clinic represents taxpayers who cannot…

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Stacey Wallen is an accomplished speech-language pathologist who has worked in her profession for 17 years. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English from Oakwood University and received her master’s and doctorate degrees from The Ohio State University. Wallen works with children on speech and language disorders and serves as a clinical associate professor…

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In this link are photos from the GSU Block Party at Georgia State University, sponsored by Zaxby’s of Marietta. It was hosted by Mike Will Made It and featured some of his protégés from Ear Drummer Records and Two-9, with Rae Sremmurd, Curtis Williams, Rochelle, Matika Estrada and Blaze Servin and more. It was hot and…

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Clark Atlanta University (CAU) received a $3.4 million grant Sept. 12, 2013 to implement and lead the Georgia-Alabama Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in support of underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The grant will cover a period of five years. CAU President Carlton E. Brown, principal investigator for the grant,…

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