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Art as Protest

Art as Protest

October 16, 2018

What Are You Voting For?

What Are You Voting For?

October 5, 2018

Columbus State University’s Fall Enrollment Sets New Record

November 8, 2017

Filed under CSU Politics, Georgia Politics

From CSU News   Retention and Dual Enrollment Numbers Increase COLUMBUS, Ga. — Final enrollment figures show Columbus State University’s consistent growth in the areas of new students and retention. Fall 2017’s enrollment ...

Made in Georgia

October 26, 2017

Filed under Games, Georgia Politics

By Ashton Johnson, Photo Credit: Wix The economic benefits of game design for CSU students.   Have you noticed the Georgia peach logo popping up in movies, TV shows, and video games? Through this logo, the Georgia Entertainment Industry ...

BREAKING: GOV. DEAL SIGNS INTO ACTION “CAMPUS CARRY” BILL

May 5, 2017

Filed under CSU Politics, Georgia Politics

Scottie DeClue HB 280 Effective July 1, 2017, Mayor Tomlinson and CSU president Markwood respond     So ends an era this Thursday, May 4, after Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law the controversial House Bill 280, which approved th...

Campus Carry Returns from the Dead: What’s Next?

April 27, 2017

Filed under CSU Politics, Georgia Politics

Written by Toni Stauffer     Raised from the dead, an updated version of the controversial “campus carry” bill—the legislation that would allow guns on college campuses—rose from the Golden Dome after a...

War on Weed: Legislators Struggle to Define Pot Regulations in Georgia

April 27, 2017

Filed under Columbus Politics, Georgia Politics

Written by Ashton Johnson      If you live in Columbus, you probably know someone who smokes weed. That person might be a friend or a relative or anyone, really. Perhaps you aren’t aware of their use, but that doesn’t change that you know...

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