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Remembering 9/11

This is a personal account from GPC student, Alaa Elassar.  On 9/11, we as Americans usually take this day as a moment of reflection as we try to properly grieve for the innocents we lost that day and to honor the losses of thousands of families. Along with that, on every …

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Xanax: Beyond the pharmacy

By: Jack Lester Prescription drug exploration has become constant in today’s culture. Through Google searches and popular culture a working knowledge of how drugs operate– prices, how they’re sold and street names–is easy to obtain. Xannies (Zannies), Bars, Benzos and White boys are all nicknames for Alprazolam–brand name Xanax. Xanax is the …

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Update: What’s up with the merger?

Georgia State and GPC Implementation Committee announces its mission statement By Naya Clark On March 18, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved a new mission statement to reflect the mission of Georgia State after the final steps of the merger. “Georgia State University, an enterprising public …

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Beat your brain up

Binaural beats: the future of psychological healing? By Justin Fredericksen In 1839, Prussian physicist and meteorologist, Heinrich Dove, discovered binaural beats. Binaural beats are sound waves that trigger a physical response in the brain. To maximize the effect, separate tones are pulsed in each ear to trigger the desired effect. …

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Niri Rasolomalala

The evolving panther from Madagascar GSU tennis player, Niri Rasolomalala wants to continue the dominance that made her career legendary at GPC. When Niri Rasolomalala graduated from GPC last year, stating that Georgia State would gain a very good tennis player would have been an understatement. The legacy that was …

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