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When Noah Britton thinks about starting college in a city hundreds of times bigger than his northeast Georgia hometown, he admits he’s “mildly terrified.” So he’s been preparing for that leap of faith by taking a few leaps of the literal variety.
“This summer was the first time I’ve done it,” says Britton, an avid… more »
Georgia State University senior Kashif Molwani has been named a Marshall Scholar finalist and a Schwartzman Scholar semi-finalist. The Marshall is widely recognized as one of the most prestigious and competitive scholarships awarded to American undergraduates and supports one to two years of graduate study at any university in the United Kingdom. The esteemed Schwarzman… more »
Receiving a scholarship as prestigious — and lucrative — as Georgia State’s Presidential Scholarship can’t help but feel like a stroke of good fortune. Nishant Sinha understands that even more deeply than most.
The life sciences can often be a waiting game for college students. Many of them will have to wait until graduate school to do significant lab work. Before she’d even started her freshman year at Georgia State, though, Meira Robbins was making connections with professors who could offer research opportunities almost from the minute she… more »
Another accomplished film director has decided to make her home in Atlanta, aiming to be closer to the city’s burgeoning movie industry. Her name is Olivia Cambern, and she starts classes at Georgia State this fall.
“When I was living back in Oregon, one of my friends really wanted to be an actress, and she… more »
When you’ve had one-student classes for nearly your entire upbringing, the prospect of landing on a campus of 35,000 students can seem incredibly daunting. But to Madison Higbee, who starts at Georgia State this fall, it’s felt surprisingly natural.
“Probably the biggest factor was I knew that Georgia State, especially the Honors College, would… more »
Here’s a challenge: Travel to the other side of the world, to a country where you’ve never been before and don’t speak a word of the language, and see how far you get. That would be a daunting task even for an adult, but Jenny Pham had to do it at age six.
Well, a few short days after I departed my rainforest abode, I found myself in the Transylvanian countryside. Work was already well under way on the excavation of biological human remains associated with an 11th century church. The remaining architecture was evident and well preserved, and it was clear from the soil and building… more »