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Breaking weather: Spring style

By: D’vale Weston The weather is beginning to break here at the Newton campus. We start to see the shorts, tanks, capris, and crop tops that we love and can’t live without. Spring is upon us, and the weather is letting it be known. The students here are pulling out …

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Wins on the Field = Wins in Class?

By: Tuneel Speech College students looking to boost their GPA may want to think about taking part in some of the school’s fitness activities. It is said that engaging in school sports may possibly increase a student’s performance in the classroom. According to studies by Michigan State University, students involved …

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Sports briefs: March 25

By: Ben Abrams Information provided by GPC Athletics website. BASEBALL The Jaguars caught fire this month as they have been on a tear winning eight of their last ten games. The team has won three out of four games against East Georgia. The Jags also swept Brewton Parker and got wins over West …

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Suit and tie

By: Joseph Richardson A look into GPC’s Spring Career Fairs As the month draws to a close, the doors for the GPC Career Fairs will fly open. This is an opportunity for students to see how their specific major can land them a job in various ways. Dunwoody campus held its on …

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Verdict: Not guilty

Racism is dead! By: Maurice Raeford Many people want to believe that racism is dead, but the evidence clearly suggests otherwise. Recently, Ferguson’s former police chief stepped down after the U.S. Department of Justice issued a condemning report that revealed what they saw when going through his department’s emails and records. …

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Stress and students go hand in hand

By: Justin Fredericksen “Stressed” is a word that many students use to express their state of mind. Students live complex and fastidious lives in which every decision has a consequence, good or bad. The quality of one’s life may be hindered due to the buildup of stress. Today’s culture seems to thrive off …

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Locked up and locked down

From left to right: GPC Public Safety Officer Eric Aguiar and Sgt. Carson L. Whatley participated in the operation that took place Thursday afternoon in response to a dangerous situation on Memorial Drive. Photo by Tosin Ogunnoiki.

By: Joseph Richardson Clarkston Campus Lockdown stopped traffic and students for safety, according to GPC Public Safety On Thursday, March 19, GPC’s Clarkston campus was peppered by Public Safety Officers who responded to a local emergency. DeKalb County SWAT, DeKalb County Sheriff ’s Office and the U.S. Marshall’s Office were all …

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News briefs: March 25

By: Naya Clark Dunwoody Open House When: March 26 at 5-7 p.m. Where: Dunwoody campus, NB lobby How: Explore all that GPC has to offer. Campus MovieFest Finale When: March 26 at 8 p.m. Where: Clarkston campus, CF-1100 How: Free. The top 16 films will be showcased, and four films …

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