Past Issues

Fall 2011

Cyber Defender

Assistant professor of computer science Raheem Beyah has discovered a new way to safeguard vital electronic information.

Southern Diplomacy

Former State Senator David Adelman (M.P.A. ’95) serves as U.S. Ambassador to Singapore.

The Fine Print

Megan Sexton (M.F.A. ’93; Ph.D. ’98) is co-editor of Five Points, Georgia State’s journal of literature and art.



Alumnus takes to the streets of Yemen’s capital where he covers the unrest as a freelance journalist A first person account by Jeb Boone (B.I.S. ’09) As a freshman six years ago, I remember sitting hunched over my desk in the bowels of the General Classroom Building nervously trying to craft Arabic letters and saying…

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Still in the Business

While many of his friends have been enjoying retirement for years, Carl Zwerner (B.B.A. ’55) has yet to slow down.

The Guest List

Randy Patterson (B.B.A. ’98, M.B.A. ’01), vice president of human resources at Recall, a records management company, and alumni board member since 2009, shares the top 10 reasons you should join him at an Alumni Association tailgate this football season. 1. Connect with others.  Tailgating is perhaps the best opportunity to have fun while connecting…

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Making it Count

Making it Count

Minority graduate numbers rise from efforts to make every student’s progress matter Photography by Meg Buscema At the end of her freshman year, Melissa Bradford found herself on the wrong side of the HOPE scholarship’s razor edge. Despite family issues and first-year adjustments, she had felt confident about surviving the 3.0 grade point average cutoff.…

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