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Ben Abrams

Clarkston Managing Editor

The Collegian’s Final Bow

The final academic year of the Collegian newspaper was a lot of things, but uneventful was not one of them. The last eight months we have seen changes, growth, growing pains, and the promise of progress from our editors and our staff. The year started with excitement and a lot …

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Some Pain and All Gain

Photo by Tosin Ogunnoiki

Students and faculty are in a pickle of inconvenience with renovations to the Health, Wellness and Recreation Center underway at the Clarkston campus. Anticipation for the new recreation center is high, but the patience of some students at Clarkston is already wearing thin. Kat Jones, psychology major on the Clarkston …

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Public Safety stresses situational awareness to GPC

The Department of Public Safety has continued their purpose of keeping the campuses of GPC safe. Department Director Chief N.T. Marinelli, Jr. sent a memo to students, faculty, and staff on Sept. 24 reminding them to practice good situational awareness. The memo was the first of a few general reminders …

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The President’s Last Mission

President Rob Watts

January 6 was the beginning of the final year for Robb Watts’ as the final president of Georgia Perimeter College. The remainder of 2015 will be the most important four months of the President’s career as he helps GPC become a part of GSU. The Southern Association of Colleges and …

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Aldon Smith, Rise Up and Do the Dirty Bird

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Aldon Smith can be a huge difference maker for any team that sign him including the Falcons. Every team will take his track record into consideration both on and off the field and for Atlanta the troubled linebacker may likely proved to be too much of a gamble for a team looking to move forward.

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Are You Ready for Some Futbol?

  Is the recent success of the men’s and women’s national team a sign of things to come for soccer in America? The U.S. women’s national soccer team made history on July 5th when they defeated Japan to win the 2015 World Cup championship. The win gave the U.S. their …

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