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The Renaissance Kid

Posted On April 26, 2017
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WUNDERKIND WILL ANDERSON (B.A., B.S. ’17) HAS BEEN OUTDOING THE WORLD FOR YEARS. AT JUST 21, HE’S A GLOBETROTTING ARCHAEOLOGIST, PUBLISHED AUTHOR, ATHLETE, HUMANITARIAN, BARITONE … WHO LOVES TAKING CARE OF BONES.

Unparalleled Opportunity

Posted On April 7, 2017
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The Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference showcases the scholarly and creative projects of the university’s undergrads, and provides students insight into the work that goes into each step of a successful research project.

The Gap Decade

Posted On April 3, 2017
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Joey Velazquez left Georgia State in 2000 with a grade point average under 1 point. He worked in the movies and even sold a screenplay, but came back to pursue his dream of becoming a lawyer. He’ll graduate this year summa cum laude from the Honors College and will head to law school in the fall.

The Young Diplomat

Posted On February 26, 2017
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In Arabic, the literal translation is it is written. For Kalif Robinson, it’s a word to live by.

“For me, it means that everyone has a destiny,” Robinson said. “It’s up to the individual to find it and go down the right path.”

His path has taken him toward a promising career in foreign service.… more »

Georgia State Honors College Student Kalif Robinson Named a 2017 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellow

Posted On December 8, 2016
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ATLANTA – Kalif Robinson, an Honors College senior studying economics with a minor in Arabic at Georgia State University, is one of 30 undergraduate students from across the U.S. selected to receive the prestigious Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship. Robinson is a past Gilman Scholar and Rangel Scholar.

The Rangel Fellowship covers up… more »

Presidential Scholar Becca Moss Finds Her Community

Posted On October 31, 2016
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Attention, residents of Buford: If your usually relaxed Monday-afternoon Starbucks break was interrupted this past spring by a piercing scream, Becca Moss would like to ask your forgiveness.

“They were supposed to let us know that Friday, so I was not expecting the call four days early,” says Moss, who had interviewed for the more »