Matt Rowles figured, at the least, the IndieATL musi
c video series would provide graduate students in the film, video and digital imaging program some hands-on experience working on a professional shoot. He didn’t expect it to evolve into an Internet sensation.
Historian explores rise of underground press and alternative media
In the 1960s, minorities pushed for civil rights, citizens’ allegiances divided over the Vietnam War and a new generation questioned the values and beliefs of American society – with some seeking to reshape them in revolutionary ways.
These struggles and new, cheaper publishing technologies came together… more »
Oft-demonized network drove the coverage of the Arab Spring
The Arab Spring has renewed the American public’s interest in the Middle East in large part due to the heroic images and stories coming out of Tunisia and Egypt. Rather than news of al-Qaeda and anti-Americanism, U.S. networks broadcast powerful images live from Cairo… more »
Georgia State recently became a Silver Level member of the Partnership for a Sustainable Georgia within Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources for its commitment to sustainability and environmental protection.
GSU is one of only two institutions in the University System of Georgia – the other being Georgia Southwestern State University… more »