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Confetti’s sports bar review

By Erin Cotter Looking for a new hangout and a place to find great food and drink? Try Confetti’s Sports Bar & Grill located 4 miles and about 9 minutes away from the Dunwoody campus. What makes this bar different is that they have a ton of specials available and …

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Men’s soccer falls to Darton in extra time

By Alan Simpson [iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/MilgSium7iQ” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen] Darton College’s Jowayne Laidley had a goal and two assists to lead the Cavaliers to a 3-2 extra time victory over the host Jaguars Saturday afternoon at GPC’s Dunwoody campus. The matchup of NJCAA top-10 teams marked the first time the …

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Dragon*Con: Day 1

By David Schick   What is Dragon*Con? It’s a difficult question to answer. Perhaps you could explain it as a science fiction and fantasy convention, but it goes beyond that. Maybe you could describe it as a nerd haven, but it’s more than just nerds. Earlier today, a dialog between an …

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Dragon*Con: Day 0

By David Schick It’s not every day that you get to see Storm Troopers, Ghostbusters, Waldo, or “Life” literally handing you lemons all in one place. Dragon*Con, the annual sci-fi fantasy convention held in downtown Atlanta every Labor Day weekend, is the event that brings them all together under one …

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Things to do Labor Day weekend

Dragon*Con By Breanna Wimby Boasting to be the “largest multi-media, popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the universe,” Dragon*Con returns to Atlanta, Ga and will be held Labor Day weekend August 31 – September 3. When asked what he …

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Red & resurrected

By Alan Simpson Randy Schafer was on his way in to the offices of the Red & Black, the independent student newspaper at the University of Georgia, for a regular section meeting on August 15, when instead he walked into the biggest story in student journalism this year. “As I …

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Campus Crime – Volume 4

By Alan Simpson That doesn’t qualify you for a handicapped sticker On July 23, Public Safety officers were summoned to the Dean’s Suite in Decatur’s A-building to handle a hostile student who refused to leave the office. The student turned his anger on the responding officer, boldly declaring that he …

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Fall soccer preview

By Alan Simpson   Women The GPC women’s soccer team is looking to build on a strong 2011 campaign, in which the team went undefeated until the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association tournament final. GPC begins the season ranked 17th in the National Junior College Athletic Association. The Jaguars open with …

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