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Race: A Discussion

By Louisa Owuor, Ricky Riley and Kari Sanders – Clarkston Staff The leadership Academy hosted a panel discussion on race and culture. It feature students from different cultures. Student Organizations such as Hispanic Connection , SOCA, HAP Club, and the Ethiopian Students Association were active. Topics ranged from inter-racial relationships, …

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Battle of the Clubs

By Ricky Riley -Managing Editor All the major Clarkston clubs came to duke it out and take home the title of being the best club. The Japan Society, HAP club, SOCA, International Students, Ethiopian Club, African Students Association, and others were all present. For more on spring fling look out for the in …

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Spring Fling Pool Party

Day three of Spring Fling was a wild ride on Clarkston campus. Students from all walks of life came together to let off steam before finals. The Clarkston SGA and JAG Activity Programming Board hosted the Spring Fling Pool Party. For more details on Spring Fling, check out the full …

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Profile: The Animation Society

By Ricky Riley – Managing Editor The Animation Society, formerly known as the Societal Progress Impetus Media Group, is a hub for artists and cartoon aficionados. “The club studies all forms of animation with a hands-on approach to drawing for animation and using digital animation tools,” said club advisor David …

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Proposal to reopen library on Sundays

By Ricky Riley – Managing Editor In late February, The Clarkston SGA passed a resolution proposed by Vice President Antonio Molina and Senator Derek Hampton that aims at reopening the Library on Sundays. Senator Hampton and Vice President Molina gathered 1,011 signatures from Clarkston students and convinced the Clarkston SGA …

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Profile | Triangle Club

By Louisa Owuor – Campus Life Editor Catering to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender population at GPC, the Triangle Club is one of the more diverse clubs on Clarkston campus. According to club president Mitchell Mills, the organization does not just focus on just the GLBT being active in …

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Clarkston – Budget Break Down

By Adam Waldorf, Randy Schafer, William Pauldo, Joji Castillo and Victoria Healy – Collegian Staff The Process They began by hearing proposals by clubs and programs requesting campus funds. Afterwards, they conducted a merit round, going through each budget and cutting requests where they deemed appropriate. Still over the allotted …

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Clarkston Events on March 30

Yesterday was a busy day on Clarkston Campus but here are the highlights: B.Y.O.B Drunk Driving Awareness For more on BYOB click here There was also a Human Traffiking seminar. There will be a full feature story on this problem in the Next Issue of the Collegian. All Photos by …

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