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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Artist's Message on Syrian Refugee Crisis Becomes Part of GSU Campus

Jeff Stevenson was looking for a project to get his art class involved with in conjunction with GSU's One Book One University program of "Start Something That Matters." The result is a work of art that will have the university reflecting on the plight of Syrian refugees.

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Student Panelists “Respond to Violence” through Advocacy

GSU is taking proactive efforts to educate students about campus violence and sexual assault.

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Psychology Students' Plan to Fight Racism Gets Response from Oval Office

Can a group of undergrads find the solutions to the daunting questions of racism and police brutality in the U.S.? Judging by the response from the President of the United States, they just might be on the right track.

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