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History And Handlebars

There are many reasons to start your own business. Maybe you see a need in the community that’s not being met. You have a skill or expertise you believe is marketable. Perhaps you have a lifelong passion that you’re trying to fulfill.Or maybe you just can’t think of anything else to do.

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The New Normal

“Jason,” a pre-med student at Georgia State, holds leadership roles in several clubs, has conducted research with doctors at a local hospital and still makes time for his girlfriend, who’s also a college student. And most recently, Jason has taken a weekend restaurant job to help pay his rent. “I used to use weekends to…

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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 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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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.

Fire in the Sky

Astronomers at Georgia State’s Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy (CHARA) at Mt. Wilson, Calif., have produced the first images of a nova as it exploded and measured the expansion of the fireball into space. Georgia State astronomer and research scientist Gail Schaefer led the observations. “It’s not every day that you get to see…

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Life of the Lame Duck

Daniel Franklin, associate professor of political science, examines the challenges second-term presidents encounter in his new book, “Pitiful Giants: Presidents in their Final Terms.”

Ms. Ruby

For Ruby Hopkins, nearly every day since 1979 has been spent amid the coos and cries of brand-new, tiny human beings. Ruby Hopkins Hopkins, who retired in December, cared for infants as a lead teacher at the Lanette L. Suttles Child Development Center, Georgia State’s child care center operated by the College of Education. Caring…

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