Georgia State Latino Alumnus’ Journey Leads to Degree with Honors
The first thing Carlos Tejeda bought when he came to the United States was a pair of shoes. Starting out with two dollars in his pocket and no English-speaking skills, the 43-year-old Georgia State alumnus had grown accustomed to spending nights with rain-soaked feet.
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Under Noah Langdale, Georgia State grew academically and physically
In the late fifties, Georgia State needed a president who could defend the ground it had already gained. This leader needed boldness and savvy to compete politically against University of Georgia and Georgia Tech, the pedigreed siblings in the university system. Enter Noah Langdale Jr.
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