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Affects of Winter Closings

By Joy Bratcher Last week, snow and ice swept across parts of Georgia once again causing Georgia Perimeter College to shut down for four days leaving students, faculty and staff to wonder if more school days will be added to the calendar.   It is the second time this semester …

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A Day with a GPC Public Safety Officer

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By Devante Franklin GPC Public Safety Officers run a strict schedule and are always around for the protection of others. Thier job requires them to be constantly vigilant and to perform their duties in a military fashion. Supervisor for GPC Clarkston campus night shifts, Sgt. Rodney Treadwell served in the …

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The Impact of Campus Closings

By Joy Bratcher Last week, snow and ice swept across parts of Georgia once again causing Georgia Perimeter College to shut down for four days leaving students, faculty and staff to wonder if more school days will be added to the calendar.  It is the second time this semester that …

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State of the Union Response

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By Justin Beaudrot President Obama takes the podium, facing the collected Congress of the United States of America with John Boehner, Speaker of the House, and Joe Biden, Vice President, at his back.  He begins his speech by contributing the success of better education and business stats to those middle-class teachers …

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Prep Your Car for Colder Temps

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By Devanta Franklin Monday morning; you wake up and start preparing for that early class that everyone dreads. Like most college students, you probably wake up with just enough time to get ready. You do your hair, brush your teeth, check your hair again, and go outside to get in …

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Snowed In!

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  By Joy Bratcher Georgia Perimeter College shut down for two days due to inclement weather conditions caused by the winter storm that passed through parts of Georgia Jan. 28. GPC  Public Safety Department decided to shut down campuses at 1 p.m. to allow students, faculty and staff members to …

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