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Sweet Hut: A young entrepreneur at work

A “tea-licious” interview with Sweet Hut’s Rachel Ewe By Fatou Ndow Tea is a refreshing, versatile, and a popular beverage loved by all across the globe that has evolved from the traditional steep and brews such as English breakfast and green tea to not- so-traditional beverages such as tea infusions and the …

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A Place for Prayer

GPC Muslim students share their dilemma of fulfilling an obligation By: Fatou Ndow As one walks through the GPC Dunwoody campus, it is quite noticeable that it has a very large and diverse student body with students from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. This has often been regarded by many …

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News Briefs

By: Naya Clark “Flora, Fauna, and Frontier” When: Jan. 28 at 1 p.m. Where: Performance Studio, Clarkston campus. How: Neither tickets nor registration is required. For more information, call (678) 891-3572 GPC Spring 2015 Concert Voting When: Until Jan. 29 at 5 p.m. How: Only current students can vote and …

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Our Journeys

"Don’t stress yourself," Thakuri advises. "Have faith, and never be afraid thinking about your future. There is always a way; you just need to be dedicated, focused and determined."

Full-time student and mother will graduate By: Alem Giorgis One of GPC’s most impressive aspects is the sheer diversity among its student body. The college’s massive student population of more than 21,000 students consists of non-traditional students, single parents, career changers, veterans, and international students. One such student is Deepa …

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