Mercedes Kane, Alumna

Filmmaker Captures Heartache, Hope in Haiti

A year after a devastating earthquake leveled vast sections of Haiti, Mercedes Kane brought a film crew to the impoverished island nation. Kane (MFA ’09), an independent filmmaker, wanted to show the world heartache and hope in Haiti following the January, 2010 disaster.

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GSU Professor Brings His Critically Acclaimed Film, Hogtown, to GSU

When GSU's Dan Nearing's film "Hogtown" makes its GSU debut, audiences will be treated to what Marty Rubin of the Gene Siskel Film Center calls, "… epic in its scope and ravishingly photographed (mostly in luminous black-and-white), designed and scored."

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It's Awards Season at GSU

Excellence is everywhere at GSU. Last week the Dual Degree Program brought home two prestigious national awards and the Small Business Development Center Director Priscilla Cordero received an award for Outstanding Service to Entrepreneurs. aRead more.

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Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act

On November 6, GSU will hold the Civil Rights Student Research Conference: How Far We Have Come! How Far We Have Yet to Go! The event is an opportunity to reflect on both the accomplishments of the Civil Rights Act, and its subsidiary legislation, as well as what still needs to be done. The conference will give voice and recognition to GSU students' scholarly and creative expressions on the status of civil and human rights today. What do some in the GSU community have to say?

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