Emma Partridge on 10/22/2019

Backward Masking: A Cultural Phenomenon

On Sept. 19, 1985, the Parents Music Resource Center, a group of moms, testified before a Senate hearing in order to censor the music to which their children listened, opposed by musicians Frank Zappa, Dee [...]

Espen Indrisano on 10/22/2019

How will the Panthers fare on the hardwood this season?

Basketball season is upon us. Let’s talk about it. On the men’s side, the Ron Hunter era is over. After the coach accepted the head coach position at Tulane University, Rob Lanier, former assistant coach [...]

Sharayah Davis on 10/22/2019

Happy Birthday, Led Zeppelin II

This Tuesday will mark the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s U.S. release of “Led Zeppelin II.” Following their debut album released in January 1969 and a particularly grueling first tour, Led Zeppelin had a sharp [...]

Hannah Jones on 10/22/2019

This year’s escape room is serial-killer themed

Imagine being trapped in a series of canopy tents, walls lined with newspaper clippings and masks — the stuff of nightmares. The only way out is through a word-scramble lock, one that doesn’t budge. The [...]

Sharayah Davis on 10/22/2019

Rebellion and social nonconformity: Afropunk 2019

<div hidden> Afropunk Atlanta 2019 started Saturday at 787 Windsor. The Afropunk Festival in 2003 following the release of a documentary of the same name showcasing the role of African Americans in the punk scene. [...]

Brady Stoughton on 10/22/2019

A look into Georgia State’s Community Connections program

Connections with others are what establish and maintain communities, and the Multicultural Center at Georgia State is working to do their part by creating the Community Connections program. “[The initiative will] facilitate diversity and cultural [...]

Krystal White on 10/22/2019

Tori Miller’s journey to the College Park Skyhawks

Tori Miller is the new assistant general manager of the College Park Skyhawks. As a front office employee, Miller has helped the new franchise find its feet. I had the chance to sit down with [...]

Andrew Freedman on 10/22/2019

The three biggest questions around men’s basketball

Georgia State has set a high standard for its Sun Belt Conference basketball rivals over the last few seasons. Two NCAA Tournament appearances and multiple victories over Power Five schools propelled the Panthers onto the [...]