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“Bias is Bad for Business: Carl Owens, Gay Rights, and the Fight Against Cracker Barrel”, by William Greer
In January of 1991, Carl Owens, an activist with Queer Nation Atlanta, published an editorial in a gay newspaper called The Southern Voice. Owens was protesting a policy adopted by Cracker Barrel Restaurants, which stated that they would not hire … Continue reading
Students: Enter a Data Viz in Tableau’s Data Viz Assignment Contest!
Students: Been using Tableau for data visualizations, or want to try it out? You can enter this contest and maybe win a Tableau swag bag! To enter the Contest, complete the following steps – entry deadline is May 30: If … Continue reading
New Library Catalog Coming Soon
The Georgia State University Library is implementing a new interface to our catalog.  On May 26th, gilfind.gsu.edu and gil.gsu.edu will be redirected to our new catalog interface. When the new catalog interface is available, you will be able to utilize … Continue reading
CURVE Hosts the WIT Girls for STEM Career Event
On a Thursday evening last week, CURVE hosted a group of exceptional young women interested in STEM fields. The high schoolers are part of an organization called WIT, or Women In Technology, which “passionately supports women at every stage of their STEM … Continue reading
 

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