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Why Doesn’t My School Offer That?

April 9, 2018

Filed under Academics, Opinion

Written by Mars Lauriault, Illustration by Ashley Peterson Maybe it does… Segment One in a (hopeful) series     You’ve probably read, shared, or at least scrolled past the headline of an article featuring a radically fun and interest...

Does CSU Need a Culinary Program?

October 4, 2017

Filed under Academics, Food

Written by David Bost   With gourmet restaurants such as 7th Street Provisions, Mabella’s Italian Steakhouse, and Epic Restaurant located near the RiverPark campus, could CSU start a successful culinary arts program? If given a plac...

Academic Center for Tutoring to Host Open House

August 25, 2017

Filed under Academics

Written by Tonya Streeter, Reporter   Free food and games to attract new students to services On Friday Sept. 8 in Woodall Hall, Columbus State University’s Academic Center for Tutoring (ACT) will be hosting an open house in an effort ...

Student admitted to increasingly popular “Disney College Program”

April 6, 2017

Filed under Academics, Arts

Written by Jalin Murphy   The Disney College Program is an exciting and rare opportunity for college students to explore their interests, find a niche in their strengths, and collaborate with cast members and Disney employees from across the globe by...

January Mini-Semester Confirmed

February 15, 2017

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Written by Maddie Fuerte      During the December 2016 meeting of the Columbus State University Faculty Senate, a “motion [to begin a new mini-mester] was passed 11-5,” according to Kimberly Shaw, Executive Officer of the Faculty Senate. This m...

“Jan”mester Proposed But is another mini-mester a good idea?

November 27, 2016

Filed under Academics, Opinion

Written by Toni Stauffer      A three-week semester has been proposed to begin in January 2018. President Chris Markwood said that the goals will be to “allow another opportunity for students to earn credit, hopefully shortening the time to a deg...

CSU Offers Study-Abroad Internships in Mexico

October 31, 2016

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Written by Sam Sachs   Columbus State University’s study abroad program to Cuernavaca, Mexico has been in use for 22 years. Since its founding, hundreds of students have had the chance to immerse themselves in the culture of Mexico and in the Spani...

TOP 5: Unique and Unexpected CSU Classes

September 28, 2016

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Written by Kayla Jarrett   Who says college classes can’t be fun, or even thrilling? Columbus State University offers a few unique and unexpected classes that may capture your interest, and have you running to a computer to register. Okay, ...

Retention: Why Some Cougars Never Return to the Den

June 9, 2016

Filed under Academics

Written by Javere Johnson      According to the University System of Georgia Retention Rate Report, out of the 1,008 students that enrolled at Columbus State University in fall 2014, only 771 returned the second semester. College Factual,...

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