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Poet Sandra Meek Comes to GPC

By: Kezia Velista As the poetry reading commenced, Jeffrey Portnoy, Georgia Perimeter College Honors Program director, said, “You’ve probably never seen a dumb phone before, but this is it. Well, I’m turning off mine so you should too.” Presented by the Honors Program and Georgia Poetry Circuit, poetry readings at …

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Representing Art Within Art

By Kezia Velista “Please silence your beeping squealing things,” said Honors Program director Jeffrey Portnoy at the beginning of this poetry reading. On April 1, poet Steve Gehrke read some of his work to the Dunwoody campus. He is a published writer, who has won several awards like the John …

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Dunwoody Celebrates Diversity

Attendees learning about customs from around the world at the culture fest.

By Victoria Song In celebration of GPC’s appreciation for diversity, the Dunwoody campus held its annual Culture Fest on April 3. Displays from various countries featured artifacts and activities to engage and educate students. The display from Mexico was filled with original artifacts including handmade jewelry and handkerchiefs. The exhibit …

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LINCOLN: A Traveling Exhibition

By Roland Boucher On Thursday, Feb.21 GPC Dunwoody students and the surrounding communities were treated to a special opening event for the national traveling exhibit: “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War. The event was made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and was organized …

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