Past Issues

Fall 2010

A Classical Approach

Georgia State’s School of Music this fall welcomed an internationally known opera singer and stage director as its first-ever Valerie Adams Distinguished Professor of Opera.

A Musical Home Run

Atlanta Braves organist and GSU graduate student Matthew Kaminski is keeping the tradition of baseball music alive.

New Orleans Gothic

“My Bright Midnight,” the latest work of fiction from creative writing professor Josh Russell, tells story of German immigrant in the Big Easy during WWII

Boosting Nature’s Recovery

GSU researchers went to Louisiana this fall to see if clay minerals can be used to aid microbes to better break down oil in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Life in the Lab: Amy Ross

Amy Ross, a grad student in the lab of Marise Parent, studies the effects of high fructose diets and memory loss in rats.

Legendary Leader

A.W. “Bill” Dahlberg (B.B.A. ’70) marches to the beat of his own drum – literally.

Focus on the First Amendment

Lee Armstrong Lumpkin (B.A. ’68) became the first woman promoted to a general manager position for a Cox television station in 1997.

Expanding Horizons

Mark P. Becker This is a very exciting fall at Georgia State University. In August, we welcomed our largest and, we believe, best prepared freshman class in our history. And in September, we kicked off the inaugural season of Panther football, a history-making milestone for GSU and the Atlanta community. Another milestone this fall was…

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