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SGA President-Elect Talks About Plans

April 27, 2017

Filed under CSU Politics

Written by Armando Fernandez   On Thursday, April 27, Columbus State University will inaugurate the newest Student Government Association (SGA) President, Logan Ragan. A third-year business student, Ragan is exited to bring his enthusiasm out a...

College Kitchen: Fruit Sushi!

April 27, 2017

Filed under Food

Written by Ashton Johnson   Want to try something new (and edible) this summer? Fruit sushi is a great addition to any party. It’s sweet, simple, and more filling than it looks. The hardest part is cooking the rice and that’s easy-peasy. So, grab...

Fun Academy Makes Movie Magic in Columbus

April 27, 2017

Filed under Arts, Columbus Area

Written by David Bost   Did you know that a major motion picture company is near RiverPark Campus? The Fun Academy, a local film animation studio with a newly opened facility in Columbus, is creating an animated movie ...

Alumnus Starts Non-Profit for Children: Clement Arts raises money, creates youth programs

April 27, 2017

Filed under Columbus Area

Written by Jalin Murphy   Clement Arts –a nonprofit organization in Columbus that supports families who wish to adopt is the result of a Columbus State University graduate’s hard work, big heart, and thoughtful planning. The organization work...

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...

CSU Student Opens Travel Agency While Still in School

April 27, 2017

Filed under Campus, Columbus Area

Written by Olivia Ivings   Alyssa Heberlig’s busy day begins early. She often prepares by watching a motivational video on YouTube before she begins answering emails, taking phone calls, and doing research to build travel itineraries for customers....

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...

No Easy Answers: Investigating Sexual Assault on Campus

April 17, 2017

Filed under CSU Politics

Sam Sachs   All student names have been changed to protect their privacy. Mark was out bar hopping when he got a message from his friend Taylor. He texted back and invited her to join him downtown, but she wasn’t in Columbus yet. Taylor asked if...

CSU Student-Athletes Host 5k for Make-A-Wish Foundation

April 13, 2017

Filed under Campus, Wellness

Written by Scottie Declue     According to a press release by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), the SAAC at Columbus State University will host a 5k race on Saturday, April 29. The proceeds of the race will benefit th...

CSU To Charge Parking Fees Starting Summer 2017

April 10, 2017

Filed under CSU Politics

Written by Toni Stauffer      CSU announced today in a university-wide email that students and faculty will be facing a new fee for parking on campus, starting July 1, 2017.      Students will be required to pay an an...

Safe Campus Program Deployed with “Piper”

April 6, 2017

Filed under CSU Politics, Science & Tech

Written by Armando Fernandez   Thursday, March 2, Columbus State University announced the launch of its Safe Campus program. This pilot program, operated by Piper Networks, consists of a series of over 100 wireless Bluetooth beacons scattered through...

New State Park to be Developed North of Columbus

April 6, 2017

Filed under Columbus Area, Columbus Politics, Georgia Politics

Written by Maddie Fuerte   The Georgia Department of Natural Resources plans to open a new state park in the Columbus area. The land that will be known as Standing Boy Creek State Park is currently an undeveloped 1,580-acre area on Lake Oliver, but t...

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