Past Issues

GSU Magazine - Fall 2012

Fall 2012 »

The Precedent »

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.
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Summer 2012 »

The Policy of Andrew Young »

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.

Spring 2012 »

History in Hand »

GSU team brings the gold dome to life with new app.

Winter 2011 »

Chow Down Atlanta »

Alumni Restauranteurs carve up the Atlanta food landscape.

Fall 2011 »

The Code of Honor »

With grit and integrity, Leadership Council lays foundation for GSU football on and off the field

Summer 2011

Summer 2011 »

The Wild Life »

“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.

Spring 2011

Spring 2011 »

Spanning the Spectrum for 40 Years »

For 40 years, WRAS Album 88 has been on of the nation’s most inventive and respected college radio stations.

Fall 2010

Fall 2010 »

Year of the Panther »

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.

Special 2010

Special 2010 »

The Ultimate GSU Fan Guide »

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!

Spring 2010

Spring 2010 »

From Addis Ababa to Atlanta »

In the Intensive Care Unit of Grady Memorial Hospital, Georgia State senior Mesfin Yana leans over a patient returning from heart surgery and begins to remove her intubation tube.