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Your spring 2011 fashion checklist

By Mamé F Damey – Contributor Finally my favorite style season is here! Spring fashion is exciting because it’s all about taking chances and experimenting with colors. Spring is the best time to channel self-expression through fashion pieces. Here are a couple of forecast trends and fashion rules to live …

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The Collegian presents: Press’d

Press’d is a weekly (or bi-weekly) concert series hosted by The Collegian. The series will showcase local musicians, including those who attend GPC. For this inaugural event, Press’d is hosting a special performance by Sinking Ships, a local Atlanta band. Sinking Ships – Reach the Otherside httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx5PYom9NDQ Sinking Ships – …

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Copenhagen critiqued

By Martina Shaw – Contributor Michael Frayn’s Tony award winning play, “Copenhagen” as presented by the Georgia Perimeter Theatre Arts Guild is a show I am definitely glad I had the opportunity to see. The play, which was presented in the round at Cole Auditorium on the Clarkston campus, ran …

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By Randy Schafer – Dunwoody Campus News Editor Godspell, presented by the Dunwoody Playcrafters, was director Joshua Corin’s controversial choice for the spring 2011 production. In Corin’s “Director’s Note” of the program, he states, “I believe a public college in the United States has an obligation to expose its students …

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Review American Apartheid

By Melissa Wong – Dunwoody Managing Editor A staged reading of “American Apartheid” was performed on Feb. 23, in the C1100 auditorium on the Dunwoody Campus. The play is adapted from an obscure novella entitled “The Law of the White Circle”, written by Thornwell Jacobs in 1908. “It is set …

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Awareness | Domestic Violence

By Tina Caulder – Contributing Writer It’s that time of year again. Love is in the air and as we usher in Valentine’s Day 2011, let’s take the time to reflect on a more morose perspective of love. You have seen it in the media among prominent musical artists and …

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Overcome loneliness

By Eruth Spencer – Contributing Writer All year long many single people self-consciously dread Valentine’s Day. They self-consciously migrate towards a relationship; create underlying issues as to why the ‘holiday’ matters; or fool themselves that it is so significant–” You must have a mate!” But truth is, if you want …

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Addicted to “War”

Matt Bors is an editorial cartoonist born and raised in Ohio. He attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and earned a degree in Graphic Design. Four years ago he decided Portland, Oregon was going to become his new home. “I got tired of the Midwest winters.”

Save the Drama for Cafe Noir

Are you into theatrics, creative writing, or poetry? Acquaint yourself with the Café Noir Club. This isn’t your typical “Once upon a time…”, “Roses are red, violets are blue…” kind of club. Café Noir is a place where creative minds can come together to share their passion for poetry, the …

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