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Georgia State Magazine

Summer 2015

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The Longshot


Mark DiNatale isn’t your stereotypical sports fan. He lives on the Goat Farm, an idyllic arts community on Atlanta’s west side, where he works as director of operations and programming and hangs out in the name-your-price coffee shop listening to foreign jazz. He grew up in Atlanta playing baseball and football and pulling for the…

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Marketing Poison


For five years, Monica Swahn has studied the no-holds barred approach to marketing alcohol in the crowded slums of Kampala, Uganda, and how easy access to alcohol has helped fuel high rates of HIV transmission. Unlike the U.S., which has strict rules on where and how alcohol can be marketed, the industry is self-regulating in…

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A Volcano … Online


Scientists know a lot more about volcanoes than they did in 1980 when the eruption of Mt. St. Helens in Washington State killed 57 people and caused more than $1.1 billion in damage. Advances in sensor technology and computer modeling have helped volcanologists predict the likelihood of an eruption, but researchers still have to physically…

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First, We Eat…


Grace Stuhrman, a graduate student in nutrition, is taking on food insecurity on campus by helping to start a food pantry.

A Dedicated Home


College of Law Dean Steven J. Kaminshine talks about the college’s new building, opening this fall, at the
corner of John Wesley Dobbs Avenue and Park Place.

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