For four years, GSU has championed the cause of higher education in a landmark copyright lawsuit. The university prevailed in a U.S. district court, blazing a trail for fair use in an ever-evolving digital landscape.
[button href=”http://www.gsu.edu/~wwwexa/GSU_Magazine_Fall_2012.pdf”]Download as PDF[/button]
On the occasion of his 80th birthday, a look back at the legacy of Andrew Young and his involvement with GSU and his eponymous school.
With grit and integrity, Leadership Council lays foundation for GSU football on and off the field
“It’s called a ‘Liesegang,'” says Carson Tortorige, pointing up to a curved, reddish-brown band of iron embedded in an enormous sandstone outcrop along the Waterfall Trail in Cloudland Canyon State Park.
For 40 years, WRAS Album 88 has been on of the nation’s most inventive and respected college radio stations.
BEIJING – Georgia State University President Mark Becker hurries through a crowded street in downtown Beijing. Horns blare as hundreds teem through a bustling marketplace with wares that include everything from embroidered shoes to cell phone parts.
Two helmets. One player. Seven coaches. When I arrived at Georgia State as your new Director of Athletics in March of 2009, we knew we needed to build a football program from the bottom up in just over a year. What a ride it’s been!