Deafness hasn’t stopped Alicia Lenon from helping others with disabilities.
Students in Felicia Baiden’s (B.Ed. ’07) kindergarten class and Courtney Roberts’ (B.Ed. ’10) second grade class at Cary Reynolds Elementary School imagined what one of their favorite teachers will do when he retires this year, and they came up with a number of ideas.
Spending time with family, going to the beach and taking… more »
How did you become interested in broadcasting and get involved with @GSU_News? Almeera Jiwa: I’m studying journalism here, and I have a theatre degree from Studio 58 at Langara College, a theatre conservatory in Vancouver, B.C. I transferred here last summer, and a week before school started I went to GSTV and filled out a few… more »
Nearly everywhere I go, I am reminded of the impact Georgia State University has on the Atlanta community and far beyond. In this issue, follow the remarkable story of a GSU professor and a student who teamed up to use technology to make the history of the Georgia Capitol building – just a short walk… more »
Atlanta icon lends his legacy to GSU
From the window of his 44th floor office on the northern end of downtown Atlanta, Andrew Young has a panoramic view of the city. With Freedom Parkway to the east and Centennial Olympic Park to the west, he can look down Peachtree Street, out over Georgia State University,… more »