Information UpdateThe Student Center has reopened! Please review the guidelines available at ahead.gsu.edu so you can help us keep you and the Georgia State community safe. Students can email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit the Panther Involvement Network (pin.gsu.edu) or call 404-413-1592 during business hours to connect with us.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes and yes. Student Media continues its operations through social distancing and digital meetings. The full list of external Student Media websites are found here
or below. The newspaper can be found on newsstands across the six physical campuses. Email The Signal Editor-in-Chief
for more information.
Yes. Album 88
continues to broadcast 24/7 on WRAS-HD2 and from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m on 88.5 FM. New South
will provide print issues this semester per the normal production schedule.
Yes. Students have access to facilities, resources or equipment as student management maintains social distancing protocols. Students are encouraged to visit the Contact
page and reach out to the appropriate party before attempting to visit any offices.
Student Media moved several meetings and productions in to virtual spaces in March and will continue to do so through the Fall 2020 semester. You can also use Student Media's Panther Involvement Network (PIN)
account to connect with upcoming virtual events. Georgia State University also provides many online tools to students, faculty, and staff, which can be found online at https://technology.gsu.edu
New Editor, New Look, New Signal
In response to COVID-19, the professionalism, dependability and consistency from Georgia State’s student run award-winning newspaper has not merely remained the same. It may be even better.
Under the leadership of outgoing Editor-In-Chief Ada Wood, The Signal has undergone some major changes this summer. In the first print edition of the paper (distributed to all campus on August 25th) the Georgia State community got to see the new improved version.
The staff undertook a rebranding in part to show readers more of what they have come to expect from The Signal– great visuals, high journalistic integrity and … more »