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August 9, 2022

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Clayton State announces 2020 “Making Things Better” award recipients

COVID-19 brought many challenges for Clayton State University in 2020—a quick transition to online learning, a virtual celebration to recognize spring graduates and a focus on reopening the campus safely for students, faculty and staff.

Now You Know: Rubik’s Cube turns 40

40 years ago, a Hungarian mathematician created a three-dimensional puzzle, that has delighted and challenged people over the years who have tried to make the right moves to solve the cube.

Now You Know: Early voter education encourages greater youth voter participation

As millions of Americans prepare for the results of what has been called the most important election in U.S. history, millennial and Gen Z voters have emerged as one of the most important voting blocks in 2020.

Now You Know: Archival collections are still subject to privacy and copyright laws

Archives are often viewed as repositories for various types of documents and records, whether it be information related to a community’s cultural identity and history, or vital records to help governments function and make decisions.

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Clayton State University prepares for full reopening in fall 2021

Clayton State University has announced that it is preparing for a full reopening of its campuses for the fall 2021 semester. Students and employees will be welcomed back as normal operations will resume.

Clayton State’s business school named one of metro Atlanta’s largest schools

Clayton State University has been recognized once again as one of Atlanta’s largest business schools, according to the recently released rankings from the Atlanta Business Chronicle Book of Lists.

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