Serving Up Good
Ackeem Evans (B.A. ’15) is the Georgia team leader for World Central Kitchen, which has been helping feed thousands in Atlanta, Athens and Augusta during the pandemic.
Melissa Huang (M.F.A. ’21) and Drew Tetz (M.F.A. ’21) are both in their third year of the Master of Fine Arts program. Married for two years, the couple is adjusting to making art at home and discovering ways for people to experience their work online.
GSUTV, which provides students with training for creating broadcast programming, scored big in the 2020 International Telly Awards, with awards across several categories.
Xhenet Aliu’s debut novel, “Brass,” a “wise and wisecracking exploration of working-class mothers and daughters,” is the winner of the 2020 Townsend Prize for Fiction.
Georgia State University School of Music alumna Gabrielle Beteag (M.Mu. ’18), was one of five winners in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions March 1.
Georgia State University’s varsity esports program has won its second national championship this fall, winning 3-1 against the Georgia Institute of Technology in the American Video Game League’s (AVGL) “SMITE” Collegiate Championship in the grand finals.
In the early 1970s, Sloan Hayes (B.A. ’17) dropped out of Georgia State to tour with his band and soon became a rock star. Now, he’s back on campus, and he wants to use his experience to inform a new career – high school teacher.