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What do we want? BRAINS

I can’t believe I got bitten while watching people pretend to be Zombies. Last month I had the pleasure of witnessing the fifth annual Atlanta Zombie Walk. Despite the heavy rains on the morning of Sept. 26, zombie enthusiasts of all kinds attended this extraordinary zombie procession. The walk started …

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Professor Spotlight: Brenda Moore

By: Bobby O’Neil, Contributing Writer Ms. Brenda Moore believes in being active and works out “every morning to stay in shape” and urges students to do the same -live healthy, active lives. Ms. Moore is a health and wellness instructor at Alpharetta.  Born and raised in Atlanta, she graduated from …

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Hottest Halloween Costumes 2010

By: Michelle Maxwell, Contributing Writer Fall is in the air and with Halloween just around the corner it’s time to start prepping for the trendiest and hottest costumes. Traditionally it is the ghoulish, scary costumes that are worn to scare trick-or-treaters, but this year celebrators are trading in the ghostly …

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Send The Collegian your spookiest, scariest, most haunting ghost stories! Your ghost story must be 150 words or less Your ghost story must be original – be creative! Two winners will be chosen: both will receive a ghostly assortment of Halloween candy and their stories will be published in the …

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Professor Spotlight: Adam Stone

By: Justin Peek, Contributing Writer Assoc. Professor of Political Science Adam Stone is a torrent; a mile-a-minute whirlwind with blue eyes ablaze and brimming with humorous intelligence. Any student who has taken his class can testify to his mastery of the “classroom discussion” and ability to facilitate intense conversations that …

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Voice of reason

By: Justin Peek, Contributing Writer Here’s a little food for your thoughts.  For the past 80 years we have steadily increased our public spending to the level that it has reached today, by both Republicans and Democrats. And what do we have to show for it? The percentages of those …

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