What’s on the Menu?

At the top of the site, you can find a tan bar which displays the page’s menu. The selected pages show up orange, while the pages that have yet to be selected appear to be navy blue. If you hover the mouse over each page title, they become an olive color. The “Membership” tab is a special one. Another menu transitions down from the tab when it is hovered...

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“What Kinds of On-Campus Jobs Are Available for My College Student?” College Parents of America. Web. https://www.countryfinancialsecurityblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/iStock_000019916394Medium.jpg Whats the one thing that all college students need? Money! A lot of college students have to help with their tuition or get a job to have their own spending money. College campuses tend to be the place to find a reasonable job. The article lists various job options for college students in need of extra cash. The list contains jobs that can be found here at Georgia State. Food service is always a great place to start when searching for a job on campus. Scholarly students should look into being a tutor or teaching assistant. If you want to get some assistance with paying for housing, you can be a Residence Assistant. The admissions office can always use extra help with taking phone calls, e-mails, organizing events, etc. You can even be a notetaker for students with disabilities. And if you love kids, try your luck at the daycare center. Having on campus jobs is extremely convenient for broke college kids, like...

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Reitze, Rosie. “Best UCF Campus Spots to Stay Focused after Class.” Central Florida Future. 19 Aug. 2015. Web. 21 Mar. 2016. http://www.centralfloridafuture.com/story/entertainment/2015/08/19/study-guide-best-ucf-spots-stay-focused-class/32011867/ The Knights of Central Florida University have at least five popular areas for studying, according to Rosie Reitze. The 1,415 acre campy provides plenty of options for students to study individually or in a group. Their library, which is pretty similar to ours, is listed first. It’s five-story library gets quieter with each level that you go up. Students can reserve study rooms and enjoy food and drinks at the café, the Technology Commons is similar to our Digital Aquarium, minus them being able to have drinks. Both Mac and Windows desktops are available in the Tech Commons. There’s also a shop where school supplies are sold. One thing that Central Florida University has that I am slightly envious of is the Reflection Pond. This spot is described as being “a serene spot on campus many students lie in the grass and study.” This area is great for students who enjoy being outdoors while hitting the books. Their Student Union features designated study group areas, dining areas, and conference rooms. And if you’re a crammed like myself, the All Knight Study is the place for you. There are two locations which are open 24 hours, five days a week, complete with computers, study rooms, and couches for your...

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https://i.ytimg.com/vi/TpdFVSi7PZ8/maxresdefault.jpg Finding a good place to study can get frustrating, but if you enjoy doing your studying in a coffee shop, Sara Cravatts lists ten different coffee shops for you to try out. Cravatts, a student at Emory University, lets us know that there are other great study spots in Atlanta other than Starbucks. Most of the places she names are right on Emory’s campus, while the rest conveniently close. The Dancing Goats Café seems to be one of the more popular spots on their campus. An interesting place mentioned is Cafe Intermermezo, where you can get some coffee and some cake! ☕️ + = Places such as Aurora Coffee and Java Loras are both placed in Little Five Points. ChocoLate Coffee is another café located pretty close to Emory’s campus, being that it’s only minutes away from those who reside in Gables Montclair and Highland Lake. JavaVino is another location that is mentioned. Not only can you order your favorite cappuccino, but if you’re 21 and older, you can get yourself a Pinot Grigio, or whatever wine you have a taste for. Sounds like study heaven to...

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http://georgiastatesignal.com/how-accessible-and-inclusive-is-georgia-statestudent-living-with-blindness-shares-what-its-like-to-attend-a-university-in-the-center-of-atlanta/   “How Accessible and Inclusive Is Georgia State? Student Living with Blindness Shares What It’s like to Attend a University in the Center of Atlanta – The Signal.” The Signal. Ed. Lauren Booker. 29 Sept. 2015. Web. 20 Mar. 2016. The Signal is Georgia State University’s newspaper. Fellow student and editor, Lauren Booker wrote this article speaking on if GSU is truly inclusive and accessible. Booker interviewed Shikha Desai, a student here at GSU who lost her sight at the age of 17. Desai says that the university still has room for improvement even though she gets accommodated by the Office of Disabilities. The Braille on her dorm room door and elevator is a positive, but she says that if the elevator spoke, letting her know which floor she was getting off of, this would help her navigation. Desai suggests that Braille be added to the bus stops. “Anybody can produce Braille for any sign.” There is a vending machine in the Center for the Visually Impaired, which is the only one on campus that she can access. The buttons have Braille and the machine consists of a sheet of what’s in the vending machine. Gilmer street has chirping crosswalk intersections, and Desai says that this makes her comfortable when crossing the street. Professor and advisor for ABLE, Judith Emerosn feels as though more chirping crosswalks are necessary throughout the campus. She adds that the cracked and crumbling sidewalks need to be repaired and elevators need voice features. The Office of  Disabilities provides talking computers, you can convert textbooks and documents into Braille, and electronic texts to audio...
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