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Victoria Song

Business Major at GPC, Dunwoody.

Strippin’ for tuition

By Erin Cotter Disclaimer: The GPC student interviewed for this article is real, however, we changed the name to Betsy Stafford to protect her identity. 3:00 pm Walking into the strip club at 3:00 p.m. is like walking into a different world. Light is replaced with darkness, crisp air replaced …

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New York Experience

By Kaylyn Hinz   Going to New York for the first time was probably the best Vacation I have experienced up to date, being completely serious. The Spring College Media Convention taught me mostly three main things AP writing style, internships, and how to improve my interviewing skills. Meeting writers …

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AIDS Concern

Let’s Talk About Sex By A Concerned English 1102H Class Three students right here at Georgia Perimeter College have a deadly, likely > fatal disease. There is no real cure. Sure, there are medications they > can take if they don’t mind night terrors, depression, or other > potentially life-threatening …

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Internet Access Denied

By Kyndell Mizell   When faculty and staff log onto the internet using GPC’s WiFi  “JagTalk FacStaff” on their mobile device they are able to access more of the internet than the actual students of the college who have to log into “JagTalk Student.” Minute things like being able to …

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Future increases in GA tuition

By Kyndell Mizell It is final, on June 30, 2012 college tuition for Georgia will increase. As if paying tuition wasn’t already enough, the Board of Regents has decided to raise tuition on average by 2.5% for 32 of 35 institutions. Although this is the lowest tuition increase since 2003, …

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You Shall not Pass!

By: Shannon Townsend   What is the point of a password if I have to give it away? In light of the current economic crisis, both getting and keeping a job are much harder than ever. It’s disheartening to hear that many college students like myself sometimes end up struggling …

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Winners of Celebration of Excellence

Winners of Celebration of Excellence 2012 Tammy Stanton: Advisor of the Year Lane Seabolt: American Sign Language Interpreting Martaya Hopkins: Behavioral Studies Sanas Wasmi: Biological Science Danilo Orozco: Communications An Pham: Computer Science Jessica McMillian: Dental Hygiene Michael Whaley: Engineering Julian Traas: English Stacia Sexton: Fine Arts Petra Baer: Foreign …

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Ann Beattie Preview

By Kaylyn Hinz     An awarding winning Author, Ann Beattie will do a reading at Dunwoody Campus on April 26 at 11:30 in the auditorium. This event is open to the public with free admission to everyone. Beattie has published several novels and these include: Chilly Scenes of Winter, …

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