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Fox News: Not as 'fair and balanced' as they say
by Signal & Urbanite
Jan 01, 2010
“Thomas Paine once said, "The sublime and the ridiculous are often so nearly related that it is difficult to class them separately." This is ironic since Glenn Beck and the other "fair and balanced" journalists at Fox News spent much of March and the first half of April invoking his and other Founders' names while shamelessly promoting the various "Tax Day Tea Party" protests that occurred across the country on April 15, 2009.”
U.S. News & World Report: Georgia State moves up in 2010 Grad School rankings
by Signal & Urbanite
Jan 01, 2010
“A number of colleges at Georgia State received recognition in the 2010 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate School rankings that came out yesterday. Here are some highlights of how Georgia State stacked up against the rest. Georgia State's ranking is listed first, followed by the top-rated school in each category.”
Students learn how to beef up their portfolios
by Signal & Urbanite
Apr 27, 2009
“The Office of Student Life and Leadership at Georgia State University organizes all sorts of special events on campus to engage students in learning about ways to develop professional skills. The LEAD Team is a peer student leadership program at Georgia State that presents leadership workshops & speakers series throughout the year.”
College of Education to host three-week teacher prep program
by Signal & Urbanite
Apr 27, 2009
“Each summer, the College of Education hosts the Advanced Academy for Future Teachers, a three-week, math and science-based program for rising high school juniors and seniors from Atlanta Public Schools and other metro systems. This year's academy will be held June 8-26 at Georgia State's downtown campus.”
High school football player ends game with noble gesture
by Signal & Urbanite
Sep 28, 2009
“An all-star high school football player from Cave City, Arkansas decided to take a knee at the opposing team's 5-yard line, right before scoring a touchdown.
Thamail Morgan, a 6'1" 195lb. linebacker, purposely halted at the 2-yard line, inches before scoring what would have been an additional touchdown against their opponent, Yellville-Summit High School.”

Madonna celebrates career with retrospective
by Signal & Urbanite
Sep 28, 2009
“After a career 26 years long - and one that shows no sign of stopping any time soon - it seems fitting that Madonna closes out her time with Warner Bros. Records with a new, career-spanning greatest hits compilation.
With 34 hits included in the appropriately titled Celebration, plus two new songs, Madonna manages to cover most of the eras of pop music the singer has covered throughout her career, highlighting her own significant contributions to pop music.”

Good manners becoming a thing of the past?
by Signal & Urbanite
Sep 28, 2009
“By now, everyone is probably sick of hearing and talking about Kanye West (except maybe when the joke can be extended to the flooding in Atlanta), Joe Wilson, and Serena Williams. All the arguments have been debated to death.
Was there racism behind Wilson's outburst, even though healthcare is a hot button issue to begin with? Was there racism and sexism behind the backlash against Serena Williams, even though she threatened to shove a tennis ball down someone's throat? And did Kanye West, who is apparently exempt from being either racist or sexist since he is just an asshole to everyone, spontaneously create the best PR opportunity for MTV since Jackass?
Or is this all just a media-concentrated example of how Americans have completely lost their manners?
The truth is, no one will ever be able to really know what prompted any of this.”

Panthers brave stormy weather to compete in blood challenge.
by Signal & Urbanite
Sep 28, 2009
“Last Tuesday, Sept. 22 the Georgia State Athletics Department, with the help the American Red Cross, hosted the eighth annual CAA Blood Challenge.
More Georgia State students scheduled appointments to donate blood in this event than in previous years.”

Women's volleyball reach #1 in CAA division
by Signal & Urbanite
Sep 28, 2009
“The Georgia State volleyball team (12-3) is off to its best start in six years after defeating Kennesaw State last Tuesday, Sept 22. The match was relocated to Atlanta and held at the Georgia State Sports Arena. The 12-3 record placed the Panthers in the first place position in the CAA division for volleyball.”
The Inquisitive Economist: The changing pulse of American healthcare
by Signal & Urbanite
Sep 28, 2009
“U.S. Census Bureau data, 15.4 percent of Americans (46.3 million) were uninsured in 2008. Nearly one in ten American children under the age of 18 (7.3 million) were without coverage during the same period. And one in four (24.6 percent) working age Georgians is without health insurance.”
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