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Take back the night

Adviser Cole Thomas (right) encourages students to speak out.

Both LAMBDA Triangle and Feminati Clubs teach GPC Students how to take a stand By: Jada Braxton The LAMBDA Triangle Club and the Feminati Club dove into the real world of GPC students this month. Hosting GPC’s “Take Back the Night” event within GPC’s Dunwoody library, TBTN took place and took sexual …

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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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Locked up and locked down

From left to right: GPC Public Safety Officer Eric Aguiar and Sgt. Carson L. Whatley participated in the operation that took place Thursday afternoon in response to a dangerous situation on Memorial Drive. Photo by Tosin Ogunnoiki.

By: Joseph Richardson Clarkston Campus Lockdown stopped traffic and students for safety, according to GPC Public Safety On Thursday, March 19, GPC’s Clarkston campus was peppered by Public Safety Officers who responded to a local emergency. DeKalb County SWAT, DeKalb County Sheriff ’s Office and the U.S. Marshall’s Office were all …

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Stress: The mental plague

Photo illustration by Joseph Richardson.

What is stress, and how can students deal with it? By: Vivan Paudyal One thing is for certain that stress does not discriminate between children, teenagers, college students or elders, affecting us all in different ways. Thaddeus Freeman, a psychology major, said, “The inconsistent school work causes stress.” Freeman suggested sleeping, …

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