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A Theatrical One Man Show

By Jahret Rainey Putting on a performance of a Shakespeare play can take weeks of preparation. Between finding actors, costumes and the hours of rehearsing, plays are a team effort that require a lot of work. Allen O’ Reilly did it on his own. On Wednesday, March 20 GPC Honors …

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LINCOLN: A Traveling Exhibition

By Roland Boucher On Thursday, Feb.21 GPC Dunwoody students and the surrounding communities were treated to a special opening event for the national traveling exhibit: “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War. The event was made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and was organized …

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One on One with the Artist

Profile done by Charlee Correia Eric Vázquez Eric Vázquez is an guitarist, surrealist artist, a classical music lover who is majoring in illustration. In high school Vázquez happened to just fall into art. Thankfully he had a teacher who encouraged him to enroll into some art programs. “If I had …

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One on One with the Artist

Profile done by Charlee Correia Jamele WRIGHT After a life-changing hiatus Jamele Wright, returned to college as an art history major. He has done it all from acting, dancing, painting, writing and he even rapping too. “I’m an artist. I’m able to pursue it more now than before, but I …

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When the Beat Drops

By Katherine Kerfoot Dancing. An age-old tradition that allows men and women to display their sexual prowess in a socially acceptable situation. Yes. I really did just say that. So what the hell is the Harlem Shake???? People able to waltz well seem to be more romantic and tender, while …

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