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Poetry slam a fingersnapping good time

By Andrew Park – Contributor On March 31, GPC Dunwoody was host to some of the college’s finest poets. It was not a typical poetry reading one thinks of upon the mentioning of the word ‘poetry’. Finger-snapping was not used for applause, but rather loud and uproarious laughter and cheering. …

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The real hurt locker

By Randy Schafer – Associate Editor Steven Seawright was forced to decide whether visiting his fallen and returned comrades from Afghanistan was more important than pursuing his academic career.Seawright served as a Lance Cpl. in the 3rd Battalion 5th Marines of Lima Company until July 2010, three months before his …

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Box office {summer ‘11}

By Martina Shaw – Dunwoody Life Editor Paramount Pictures appears to be poised to dominate the box office this summer with the release of not only the comic book hero films “Thor” in May, and “Captain America: The First Avenger” in July, but also the highly anticipated “Kung Fu Panda” …

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Sometimes We Give Up

By Amelia Abdullah Sometimes we give up Always worry and never keep our chin up Pessimistic in their thoughts and forever living in fear Scared to dream, anxious about what might appear Imaginations run wild and free People run to be wild and free What happens when you land in …

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How to get through an interview

By Walter Crawford – Contributor There is the fear of death, the fear of public speaking, and the fear of interviewing. For a college student who has not had much interview experience, the thought of being asked a series of questions pertaining to their past performance, future goals and situational …

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Donald Trump’s relationship with “the blacks”

By Kyndell Mizell – Opinions Editor On April 14, Donald Trump may have lost his African-American voters during his live interview on Talk 1300 AM Albany, New York, while speaking more about his possibilities on advancing towards the path of becoming New York’s newest Republican presidential candidate. “I have a …

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The Black Ops ADDICTION

By Victoria Healy – Newton Managing Editor It’s 11 p.m. on a Tuesday night, do you know what your boyfriend is doing? If he owns a Play Station 3, a Wii or an Xbox 360, there’s a pretty good chance he’s playing Call of Duty: Black Ops. In a room …

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The Drag Show

The first ever Drag Show was held on April 21st on Clarkston campus. The Earth Club, Aids Atlanta, and the Tri-Angle Club was all there to spread the mesage of tolerance and respect for Gay and Lesbian people as well as promote environmetal perservation. Over a hundred students came out to watch performers …

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DUBSTEP INVASION

By Randy Schafer – Associate Editor Glow sticks and lights twirl around the mass of green-clad and sweat-dripped bodies on St. Patrick’s Day night around one a.m. The heads and hands of 18-30 year-olds bob and wave in the air and shout, as others jump and thrust themselves into each …

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“Je t’aime encore”

By Asegid Argaw I stand alone, on the brinks of ruins Gazing through my transparent heart As if the world has just fallen on my disfigured body As if the concrete angels have spoken I realized, I am simply stuck to the coldness of your touch I am unable to …

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