The Signal

The Signal is GSU’s student newspaper. It publishes 30 editions in Fall & Spring, in addition to an Incept issue in the summer.

The paper reports on campus news, sports, opinion and culture, as well as broader issues pertaining to the city of Atlanta. It launched its independent website georgiastatesignal.com in 2012. Where as the paper is weekly in fall and spring, the website is updated daily with news developments relevant to GSU.

Over four years, the paper received 32 1st place placements in Georgia College Press Association’s (GCPA) “Better Newspapers” contest (Four-Year Division A category, including 1st Place in General Excellence for 2010, 2012 and 2013) The Signal also received nine Top 10 placements in three years of the Southeastern Journalism Conference’s “Best of the South” contest, including “Best College Newspaper” in the 2013 contest. It also received a Best in Show award at the 2012 national CMA/ACP convention.

The Signal is affiliated with the Associated Collegiate Press, the Georgia College Press Association and the Southeast Journalism Conference.

STUDENT NEWSPAPERS IN GEORGIA

Cavalier Attitude
Collonade
Connector
District
Enotah Echoes
George-Anne Daily
Macon Statement
Six Mile Post
Sou’Wester
South Georgian
Spelman Spotlight
The Alchemist
The Bell Ringer
The Bent Tree
The Carrier
The Collegian
The Colonnade
The Compass
The Emory Wheel
The Hilltop
The Hiltonian
The Inkwell
The Maroon Tiger
The Navigator
The Panther
The Red and Black
The Saber
The Sentinel
The Signal
The Spectator
The Steeple
The Stormy Petrel
The Technique
The Voice
The West Georgian
Tiger’s Roar
Wesleyan Word

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