A background role for Shahreen Elahi (B.S. ’18) in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” brought a glaring lack of Muslim representation in TV and film front and center.
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.
Georgia State University has named Lee Foster, former assistant director of the Office of the Arts at the Georgia Institute of Technology and operational manager of the Ferst Center for the Arts, executive director of the Rialto Center of the Arts, effective Nov. 1.
Chris Bridges – known professionally as Ludacris – is joining Georgia State’s Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) this fall as an artist-in-residence.
The Georgia State University Panther Band has been selected as one of 20 marching bands to perform in the Tournament of Roses parade on New Year’s Day 2021 in Pasadena, Calif.
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