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A university’s centennial is an important milestone because it symbolizes an institution’s ability to endure, grow and prosper. For 100 years, Georgia State has confronted and overcome innumerable challenges and has taken advantage of every opportunity to progress and succeed.
Our centennial honors those who constructed the foundation on which our university continues to build.… more »
The Atlanta City Council on Monday, March 18 presented Georgia State University President Mark Becker a proclamation declaring it Georgia State University Day in Atlanta, in recognition of the university’s centennial.
Flanked by students and alumni, Becker accepted the proclamation, which lauded the university for “continuing to be characterized and strengthened by its diversity.” The… more »
The Evening School of Commerce, inaugurated in 1913, was the nucleus for what would eventually become Georgia State University.