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  • University plans to expand staff and space in Counseling Center

    By Ben Coletta,
    Recently, The Signal published an article detailing the growing student demand for counseling services at Georgia State and the counseling center’s struggles to meet those demands. Since the publication of that article, Georgia State officials Jill Lee-Barber, senior director of Psychological and Health services, and Allison Calhoun-Brown, interim vice president of Student Affairs, have met to discuss how to meet the growing needs of the Counseling and Testing Center. Here’s what they want students to know. “The concerns raised about the waitlist for counseling are serious and administration is actively beginning the process of exploring the best way to expand [...]

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  • University plans to expand staff and space in Counseling Center

    March 14, 2019 0
    By Ben Coletta,
    Recently, The Signal published an article detailing the growing student demand for counseling services at Georgia State and the counseling center’s struggles to meet those demands. Since the publication of [...]
  • Republican group tempts closeted conservatives with political action

    March 14, 2019 0
    By Zach Salling,
    Peter Minetos, chair of College Republicans at Georgia State, hosted a set a of speakers at the Curve Center to enact grassroots movement among the Georgia State student body. Trey [...]
  • “Déjà vu” for SGA President Patterson

    March 14, 2019 0
    By Ada Wood,
    The Student Government Association met for their second university-wide meeting of the spring semester on Feb. 28. During this meeting, SGA President Franklin Patterson confronted the senators asking them to [...]
  • GSU professors assess criminal bias

    March 14, 2019 0
    By Jacell Bland,
    Mass incarceration has always been a controversial issue in society, but now individuals like to tamper with criminal sentences. Eyal Aharoni, assistant professor of psychology, Sarah Brosnan, professor of psychology [...]
  • Breaking even: how the bookstore profits off you

    March 14, 2019 0
    By Zach Salling,
    In 2000, the Georgia State bookstore had a 1.3 million loss in profit. Now, the Georgia State bookstore breaks even in part due to student buyer loyalty – though that’s [...]

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