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Going pink with the Japan Club

By Chris Schultz On Tuesday, April 3rd, the Japan club turned the cafeteria in the B-building pink with their festival celebrating various aspects of the Japanese culture. “The color pink is to celebrate Sakura” says Japan Club president, Erich Schuler “Sakura is japanese for cherry blossom, and we are celebrating …

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Dunwoody SAF budget hearing

By Chris Schultz   On March 29th, the Student Government Association held a budget hearing in the B building from 11:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Various student organizations presented and requested funds and other means of assistance from the SGA for events until 6 P.M. During this time, student organizations …

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Earth day rotates celebration to week

By Tammy Woolcock    GPC has revamped Earth Day deciding to make it a week-long event beginning on April 16 and ending with the Green Expo on April 23. The celebration officially begins on the Dunwoody campus with the signing of the Climate Commitment Act by GPC president, Dr. Anthony …

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SGA Elections

By Jeffrey Davis   The Student Government Association will be holding elections for new officers, senators and committee chairs in the upcoming weeks. The qualifications for SGA officer candidates include: maintaining a 2.5 to 4.0 cumulative grade point average, a total of twelve semester hours accumulated at GPC, enrollment in …

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Modern Slavery Exposed

By Jeffrey Davis GPC Dunwoody Campus will be hosting a panelist discussion about human trafficking on March 29th, at 12:00 p.m. in Room B-2100 of the Student Life Center. This panel is the vision of SGA Senator Christine Becker, who has been working together with the Phi Theta Kappa Honor …

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VETCOM wants you!

By Tammy Woolcock   The college wide veterans club VETCOM is looking for members; the club is open to all students and do not have to be a veteran to join. The club is geared towards assisting individuals who served for the country and are applying to or attending GPC. …

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Calling all poets

By Tia Heard   Poet and author M. Ayodele Heath will be at Dunwoody campus on March 28, 2012 from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. to perform in the annual Poetry Slam held in the auditorium of the C-building in room C1100.  Creative Loafing describes Heath as “a lanky African-American …

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Making attempts to sustain the future

By Tammy Woolcock   Environmental sustainability is the new phrase being whispered on GPC campuses and soon all students will recognize the changes being made toward a more sustainable future. Plans geared toward the sustainability initiative at the Dunwoody campus will include an organic garden and a recycling program. Dr. …

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