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Topic - Georgia State University
Georgia State University (GSU) is an urban research university in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Founded in 1913, it serves over 30,000 students and is one of the University System of Georgia's four research universities. Georgia State is the second largest of the 35 colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia. - Source: Wikipedia
Creeping through the hilly, wooded terrain, the squad of Marines spotted something across the river. It looked like three men having a picnic.
Archaeologists say they have turned up at least 130 skulls of human sacrifice victims in a field in central Mexico, one of the first times that such a large accumulation of severed heads has been found outside of a major pyramid or temple complex in Mexico.
Archaeologists say they have turned up about 150 skulls of human sacrifice victims in a field in central Mexico, one of the first times that such a large accumulation of severed heads has been found outside of a major pyramid or temple complex in Mexico.
With steroids easy to buy, testing weak and punishments inconsistent, college football players are packing on significant weight — 30 pounds or more in a single year, sometimes — without drawing much attention from their schools or the NCAA in a sport that earns tens of billions of dollars for teams.
It's been through a rough four years, and it no longer rules the global marketplace as it once did, but the U.S. economy proved once again that it knows how to dominate a presidential campaign.
Georgia State University has announced that rapper Rick Ross, who was hospitalized last week, has canceled a planned concert there.
In his previous head coaching jobs, there were plenty of things for Bill Curry to worry about.
Sen. John McCain and Sen. Tom Coburn just released a report on more of Fedzilla's insane and wasteful blowtorching of our tax dollars on things we don't need or want and only someone mentally deranged would allow. After reading an article that illuminated the most wasteful examples of torching our tax dollars, I'm surprised my request for a federal grant to study gopher hunting with grenades on the White House lawn was denied. Seemed like such a gimme.