Tue., May 15, 2012 8:00am
A federal judge in Atlanta sided with Georgia State University on several copyright infringement claims filed by three publishing houses. Senior U.S. District Judge Orinda Evans rejected 69 of 74 copyright claims against the university.
Thu., December 8, 2011 10:25am
Georgia State students have expressed concerns about their safety.
Wed., November 23, 2011 4:25pm
Experts hope to potentially reduce insurance costs for breast cancer testing.
Mon., November 14, 2011 4:16pm
Georgia is 12th in the nation for international students attending colleges and universities. More than half of the students come from just three countries; China, India, and South Korea. Georgia Tech leads all schools with nearly 5 thousand international students.
Tue., September 20, 2011 10:07am
New FBI statistics show that violent crime and killings are down in Georgia, mirroring a national trend. In Georgia, there were 39,072 violent crimes in 2010 compared to 42,073 the previous year, which represents a 7 percent decline. Nationwide, there was a 6 percent drop.
Mon., August 29, 2011 10:34am
It's getting tougher to get into Georgia's top public colleges. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that this year's freshmen at the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Georgia Tech and Georgia College & State University broke records for SAT scores and GPAs. But the colleges aren't admitting scores of new students, though, making admission to the campuses increasingly competitive.
Mon., February 28, 2011 9:57am
Rod Barnes is out as men's head basketball coach at Georgia State University. The school fired Barnes on Sunday with one year remaining on his contract.
Wed., February 23, 2011 5:15pm
Some Georgia college students are uneasy about proposed changes to the financially struggling HOPE Scholarship program. If passed, the changes would grant full scholarships only to Georgia’s top students.
Fri., November 19, 2010 4:20pm
A new economic forecast from Georgia State University says parts of the state are doing well. Augusta is among the best performing areas.
Tue., October 12, 2010 3:18pm
The state Board of Regents voted Wednesady to approve new policies regarding illegal immigrant applicants to Georgia colleges and universities. The regents took up the issue at their meeting Wednesday. The new policy prohibits the schools from accepting illegal immigrant applicants if the school has rejected any academically qualified students in the two most recent academic years.