Spotlight Programs Board (SPB) is a university sponsored “student-driven” organization that coordinates activities to enhance and enrich the quality of student life at Georgia State University (GSU). SPB addresses the needs and interests of its diverse student body by providing social, cultural and educational events on campus. Most events are free and open to the GSU community and include concerts, movies, speakers, novelty events, exposure to local Atlanta attractions and much more. SPB also oversees Cinefest, a 133 seat theater used to show blockbuster, independent and cult classics films free to students. SPB coordinates the art exhibits in the gallery lounge on the 3rd floor of the Student Center, a place for students to exhibit their work in a gallery setting while learning to curate their own shows.
Spotlight brings a variety of quality educational, enrichment, and entertainment programs to the Georgia State community, including the Distinguished Speakers Series, Panther Prowls, Homecoming festivities, Courtyard Music Series, Campus Movie Fest, Georgia State Nights at local Atlanta attractions and both small- and large-scale concerts, such as Pantherpalooza.
Spotlight prides itself on its large impact and contribution to Georgia State University campus life. Leave your mark by getting involved! Spotlight is always looking for committee members to assist with the planning programs, as well as volunteers to help with events throughout the year. Stay connected with the Spotlight Programs Board by following “GSU Spotlight” on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
If your interested in Spotlight and want more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.