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- KSU Students Living Off Campus Claim Targeted by Police
- The Ground…Up Named Best Music Show at Owl Radio
- The Ground…Up Presents The Vent
- Annual Georgia Renaissance Festival: Family Centered 16th-Century Fun
- Take Back The Night Event Raises Awareness of Sexual Violence
- Kennesaw State University Organizations Shed Light on Interpersonal Violence
- Spring 2013 Hottest Makeup Trends
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Have you ever wondered why people have such an infatuation with new media and technology such as video games? It has been said that video games have been bad for you but recent studies show this may not be the case. Leading experts have done countless studies over the past few years to see why video games are so addicting and if there are, if any, benefits that come from this so called “bad habit.” Continue reading
Atlanta is ranked as one of the top cities for human trafficking and prostitution, with 300-500 girls trafficked through the city each month, but a weekly event called Princess Night is working to help rescue these women. Continue reading
Many things have changed in the world of college club sports since Heidi Potratz, assistant coordinator of collegiate club sports at Kennesaw State University, enrolled as a freshman at the University of Georgia. Continue reading
Imagine being sound asleep in the middle of the night only to be awakened by the sound of a knock on your front door. Instead of seeing your spouse, you see two uniformed police officers. Sadly, they are there to inform you that your spouse has been killed in tragic car accident. Continue reading
Georgia Power has turned the spotlight on Whitewater High School, selecting the school as a top winner of its Campus Energy Challenge. Fourteen of Whitewater High School’s very own made several conservation plans that were recognized by the Fayette County Board of Commissioners, forcing the commission to start thinking twice about their own energy plan. Continue reading
Do you hear what I hear? It must be that time again wedding bells are ringing in full force.
The only problem is the age-old question of how to plan the ultimate wedding without breaking the bank. With so much to be done for the big day, some of Atlanta’s up and coming wedding planners give their tips for planning the best wedding, on a budget. Continue reading
By DOREEN INGABIRE “ We are the ones we’ve been waiting for to give ourselves this dignity, this ‘Agaciro’ and I have no doubt we are going to succeed,” Paul Kagame, president of the Republic of Rwanda, said. He spoke … Continue reading
We all need a break from reality. Some go to a bar and some do it by reading a book. For many others, though, they do it by either attending or participating in sports and other recreational activities.
In fall of 2012, Kennesaw State University’s School of Health and Physical Sciences will launch a Master of Science in Comparative Sports Management to help students, coaches and business professionals get a leg up on the competition. Continue reading