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Things to do Labor Day weekend

Dragon*Con By Breanna Wimby Boasting to be the “largest multi-media, popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the universe,” Dragon*Con returns to Atlanta, Ga and will be held Labor Day weekend August 31 – September 3. When asked what he …

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Strippin’ for tuition

By Erin Cotter Disclaimer: The GPC student interviewed for this article is real, however, we changed the name to Betsy Stafford to protect her identity. 3:00 pm Walking into the strip club at 3:00 p.m. is like walking into a different world. Light is replaced with darkness, crisp air replaced …

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NAKEDiZE EXPRESSiON

By Joya Jackson   Take the time to reflect on what an average student does during the week. Within those contemplations, you may discover how busy your life may be while being overwhelmed with strenuous assignments at school, or simply trying to juggle work and relaxation. Students will continuously face …

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Fear and Loathing at Surf Fest

Editor’s Note When we set out to do this issue, we understood that getting students to talk about marijuana use might be a little tough, due to the illegality of the substance. We vowed that unless a student that admitted to marijuana use insisted on being identified, we would grant …

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By Shappy

Anonymous Contributor “Tastes like burnt popcorn,” I thought as I chewed the psilocybin mushrooms. It was 5:41 p.m. when my associate, Dr. Four-Eyes, and I indulged in a couple illicit substances, smoking weed as well as munching on magic mushrooms in the parking lot outside of Surf Fest. After taking …

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Fun in the sun

By Bria Philpot – Collegian Staff If your Saturday was boring, it was probably because you missed the Annual Clarkston Surf Music Festival. It would’ve been a nice, relaxing afternoon listening to some of the best bands surf music has to offer. With a kind of retro, surf ’s-up type …

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Traveling all over GPC

Staff Report The Honors Program will be presenting a series of lectures by John Hare. He is “a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, an explorer, an adventurer, and an award-winning defender of wild-life and the environment,” according to a GPC genmail. The Mysteries of Lop Nur, China Newton Campus …

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What to do: Clarkston Surf Fest 2011

by Bria Philpot, Collegian contributor On Saturday,  Sept. 24, Clarkston will celebrate surf music when Clarkston Surf Fest 2011 is staged.  An all day, outdoor event, the Fest will begin at noon and take place at the Clarkston Community Center field located at 3701 College Avenue. Admission is free, but …

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Etched in Ink

By Randy Schafer – Associate Editor Whether it’s homage to a deceased loved one, a tribal armband, calligraphy, or a piece of comedic value, students’ skin is becoming more and more etched with ink.Tattoos becoming a social norm or remaining socially taboo can be debated by GPC students and society …

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