Flu Season

Posted On January 26, 2018
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Get a flu shot. The best way to prevent the flu is to be immune to the viruses. If you haven’t gotten a flu shot yet, you should still get one. Practice good hand hygiene by either hand washing with soap and water or by using alcohol-based gels. Do not touch face, eyes or mouth… more »

Life After Justice

Posted On August 30, 2016
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The Student Judicial Board (SJB) serves the student body of Georgia State University, where students are provided an opportunity to be heard by their peers. The board selects a diverse group of students who want to make a change on campus by educating the community on the policies and effectively hearing cases involving allegations of… more »

Impact of College on Cities

Posted On December 18, 2015
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Recently, Dr. Darryl Holloman, the Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students, was asked to provide insight from his experience on the relationship between colleges and the cities or towns in which they are located. The interview was conducted by wallethub.com, a news outlet that covers the personal finance industry.

Q: In deciding which… more »

EMBARK Network: Support for Homeless Students

Posted On October 30, 2015
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Over the last year, the Dean of Students office built a relationship with EMBARK Georgia and investigated ways to better assist homeless students and students in foster care. With a better understanding of state and national best practices for serving the youth in this population, the Dean of Students office and EMBARK have developed an… more »

It’s On Us Campaign

Posted On October 20, 2015
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As the White House marks the one-year anniversary of the anti-sexual assault campaign It’s On Us on September 19, Georgia State is ramping up efforts to help spread the message that everyone has a role in preventing sexual assaults.

“We want this to be a safe campus for everyone,” said Annette Butler, director of AA/EEO… more »