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A Big Welcome to all International Students

By Amanda Cinquemani   On Tuesday, Jan.22, Dean Frank Nash hosted the Spring International Welcome Reception on Dunwoody campus. Veronique Barnes, Director of International Student Admissions said, “GPC’s International Peer Assistants (IPA) do a phenomenal job welcoming our students from abroad, starting off with the Welcome Reception, which has been …

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Dunwoody SGA use televisions to engage students

By Leslie Mele The Dunwoody Student Government Association’s project “I Am GPC” is getting closer to a launch date. This project, is a media driven method designed to bring awareness of campus news, events, and information of interest to students via the television screens in the student center. Throughout the month of October members of the SGA worked to gain the skills …

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E-texts: not your dad’s textbooks

By: Leslie Mele   Until recently, purchasing texts meant physical books that cost a fortune and weigh as much as a small child but now many courses are requiring you to purchase an e-text or digital text. In fact more electronic texts are available now than ever before according to …

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Confetti’s sports bar review

By Erin Cotter Looking for a new hangout and a place to find great food and drink? Try Confetti’s Sports Bar & Grill located 4 miles and about 9 minutes away from the Dunwoody campus. What makes this bar different is that they have a ton of specials available and …

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Dust cloud from parking lot 11

By Tammy Woolcock   This spring season students on the Dunwoody campus have had to cope with two nuisances, the seasonal pollen, and an amazing amount of dust from the unpaved area on parking lot 11. The beginning of each class period causes a new flow of traffic entering and …

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Dunwoody SGA Elections

By Jeffrey Davis   The Student Government Association at Dunwoody held their officer and senator elections on April 12, 2012. Even with this important election taking place, some students did not even know that any voting was going on. Memorie Williams was not only unaware that the elections were taking …

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Space Club blasts off

By Jeffrey Davis   The Students’ Physics and Astronomy Conceptual Endeavor Club, or S.P.A.C.E. Club for short, met on March 3 to discuss their future projects. This recently chartered club has discussed many ideas that they would like to apply for. These projects include a biological experiment dealing with how blue and green …

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Human trafficking exposed

By Jeffrey Davis   With April being Anti-Child Sexual Abuse month and March having been Women’s History Month, members of the Dunwoody Student Government Association and the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society held “The Truth about Modern Day Slavery” discussion panel on March 29th. SGA Senator Christine Becker, a former missionary for the Wellspring …

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