You can learn a lot in one of Al Baumstark’s chemistry classes, but don’t expect to spend much time on C12H22O11, more commonly known as sucrose. Students and faculty alike will testify that very little from Baumstark comes sugar-coated.
“He calls himself ‘mean’ at times, but I think he’s just a very honest person,”… more »
Music runs in the Davis family. Erroll played clarinet in high school; his wife, Elaine, played piano and violin and also performed as a mezzo-soprano at venues around the northeast. So while neither attended Georgia State, they’ve both made the Rialto Center for the Arts an important cultural element in their lives. “We’ve just… more »
Ask a hundred people what they’re usually doing on a Saturday morning, and at least 50 will say they can’t even muster the will to get out of bed before noon. On Saturday, March 7, however, hundreds of members of the Georgia State community were not only out of bed by 9 a.m., they were… more »
New York may be “the city that never sleeps,” but at 6 a.m. on a Monday, it’s not exactly wide awake yet, either. Other than public-works trucks and police cars, the streets are mostly empty. Lights are on in a few restaurants and coffee shops, but none are serving more than a handful of sleepy-eyed… more »