Jalen Reynolds and Myles Davis came off the bench for a combined 38 points as sixth-seeded Xavier ended the biggest feel-good story of the NCAA Tournament with a 75-67 victory over Georgia State on Saturday night.
R.J. Hunter's 3-pointer with 2.7 seconds remaining capped a comeback from a 12-point deficit and lifted 14th-seeded Georgia State to a 57-56 opening-game victory over third-seeded Baylor in the NCAA Tournament on Thursday.
GSU Director of Housing Marilyn De La Roche told local media that students have been asking for co-ed housing options for more than a decade. They will have the option of choosing a roommate of the opposite sex.
Four years ago, researchers at Georgia State met with U.S. Army officials. The military wanted their help fighting a host of infectious diseases, including Ebola. Biology Professor George Pierce is one of the researchers who met with the Army. He says, at the time, he and his team’s focus was on flu vaccine research. But four months ago, the speed and focus of their research changed. That’s when Ebola broke out again in West Africa. Pierce says this outbreak of Ebola is more widespread and is causing more concern. The geography of the disease, Pierce added, has also shifted.
For the first time in Georgia Public Broadcasting’s 54-year history, the station will enter the Atlanta radio market. GPB will make its debut on Atlanta airways this June through a programming partnership with Georgia State University station, WRAS 88.5. Teya Ryan, GPB’s President and CEO, made the announcement Tuesday morning during an all-staff meeting. ‘We are very proud to be in partnership with GSU,” said Ryan. GPB will offer its news and talk public radio programming from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week.
The Savannah, Augusta and Columbus communities are the most impacted in the state by reductions in federal spending, according to a new report by Georgia State University. Dr. Peter Bluestone, Senior Research Associate at GSU’s Fiscal Research Center, said those cities feel more of the cuts from sequestration and the government shutdown because a larger percentage of their economy is based on federal defense spending.
An expert says the global slowdown is tempering the growth of Georgia’s economy. In his new prediction, the director of Georgia State University’s Economic Forecasting Center says business won’t step up hiring until 2014.