• The Undergraduate Academic Advising Center

    The Undergraduate Academic Advising Center

    November 20, 2017

    Located on the third floor and the far west end of the C building is one of the newest additions to campus: The Undergraduate Academic Advising Center. As many students have expressed confusion or complete apathy about it, there is a lot of information about the center that students should know. At ...

    Devyn Forquer

  • Jaguar Career Closet Opens

    Jaguar Career Closet Opens

    Arnesha Barlow, Associate Editor

    November 20, 2017

    The Jaguar Career Closet is now open as of November 15th. It is available to the entire GSU student body. The Career Closet was created to help provide professional attire to the students here at GSU. Donations from students, staff, and foundations helped make this possible. Student Life and peer ment...

    Konya Sledge speaking at the Jaguar Career Closet

    Arnesha Barlow

  • Why Do You Wear That Letter?

    Why Do You Wear That Letter?

    Taylor Smith, Contributing Writer

    November 20, 2017

    Throughout history, women have been shamed for their sexuality while their male counterparts are revered for their promiscuity. In the event of unwanted pregnancy, women have to physically carry that burden and public shame while the father can walk away if they choose with little to no repercussions...

    A Backstage look of The Scarlet Letter

    Your Photo World Ltd.

  • Trans Day of Remembrance

    Trans Day of Remembrance

    Dana Solatka, Editor-In-Chief

    November 20, 2017

    Trans Day of Remembrance will be celebrated on Monday, November 20th at 12:00pm in room D2447. Ethan Swift says “We will be remembering those who we have lost, celebrating trans lives, and talking about resilience in the community”. Through this event, Swift hopes to “build community, to help us grieve, to...

    Trans pride flag

    stltoday.com

Arnesha Barlow, Associate Editor

November 30, 2017No Comments

The GSU Jaguars were off to a great start this season. Unfortunately, both teams lost some games this week. Let’s take a look shall we? The Men’s Basketball team suffered 2 losses in the past week. On November 24th, ...

The Undergraduate Academic Advising Center

November 20, 2017No Comments

Located on the third floor and the far west end of the C building is one of the newest additions to campus: The Undergraduate Academic Advising Center. As many students have expressed confusion or complete apathy about it, th...

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

Tim Benson, Contributing Writer

November 20, 2017No Comments

On November 13th, GSU hosted an event called Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. It was a Pride Action Tank lunch discussion. This lunch discussed how someone can become homeless. It started off with a woman named Laura S...

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Why Do You Wear That Letter?

Taylor Smith, Contributing Writer

November 20, 2017No Comments

Throughout history, women have been shamed for their sexuality while their male counterparts are revered for their promiscuity. In the event of unwanted pregnancy, women have to physically carry that burden and public sh...

  • New Sky Gallery Art Installment October 23, 2017
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  • Stomping Grounds Festival Review October 23, 2017
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Arnesha Barlow, Associate Editor

November 30, 2017No Comments

The GSU Jaguars were off to a great start this season. Unfortunately, both teams lost some games this week. Let’s take a look shall we? The Men’s Basketball team suffered 2 losses in the past week. ...

Men’s Golf Is Put on Hold

Men’s Golf Is Put on Hold

October 23, 2017

Women’s Volleyball Spikes Again!

October 9, 2017

Jaguar Jamboree

Jaguar Jamboree

October 9, 2017

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