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American Apartheid

By Chris Schultz   On Febuary 29, there will be a reading of the play American Apartheid performed in the Dunwoody auditorium. The play takes place during the Atlanta Race Riot in 1906, which lasted four days, and the plot focuses on a multiracial woman and her love for a …

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GPC and the EPA for sustainability

By Tammy Woolcock GPC and the Environmental Protection Agency signed a memorandum of understanding, which will now offset a college wide sustainability initiative. President of GPC, Dr. Tricoli and the Regional Administrator for the EPA Ms. Gwen Keyes Fleming made the ground breaking partnership between GPC and the EPA official …

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Historical food for the soul

By Tia Heard   Tap dancing and soul food will come together on Feb. 23, as the Student Life office and the Health and Wellness Department join forces to bring Food for the Soul to the Dunwoody Campus. Dining in the Spirit catering company will provide menu items such as …

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The struggle for Afro-American workers’ rights

By Tia Heard   Keeping in the spirit of Black History Month, Dunwoody professor, Dr. Robert Woodrum gave a detailed and thought provoking speech on Feb. 16 covering the struggles Afro-Americans had to endure for economic independence after emancipation form slavery. Economic independence for Afro-Americans has been an extremely long …

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Eats down the street from Dunwoody

By: Erin Cotter There are a variety of restaurants near the Dunwoody campus that are quite good and range in price from cheap to might-want-to-go-with-your-parents. One of my favorite cheap restaurants near campus is the Arby’s. 2 French Dip and Swisses for 4 dollars (with a coupon that is)- need …

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Watching SGA elections

By Chris Schultz   It may seem like a long time before the SGA elections, but in reality, they are just around the corner. Dunwoody SGA Senator, GianPiero Loli, thinks the ideal secretary must be organized while keeping everyone else organized, it is also essential that they are good note …

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Dunwoody contributors wanted

If you are good with a camera, or have a great nose for news. Attend one of our weekly meetings in Dunwoody’s NE-2715 on Thursday at 12:15. Contributers and prospective writers are welcome. If you have a passion for writing and you want your voice to be heard, don’t be shy. …

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Dunwoody Traffic Update

By: Charles Shultz   The Dunwoody campus is the only one that has one-way traffic. With multiple entrances, congestion tends to happen, which results in various opinions from students. “If they wanted to improve congestion, they would make it two-way”, says Patrick Morgan, a student at the Dunwoody campus. Public …

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Study abroad adds office at Dunwoody

By: Chris Shultz   After the Fall semester of 2011, GPC Study Abroad has added an office to the Dunwoody campus, making it easier and more convenient for prospective participants to find the information they need. According to Adrienne Langston, an advisor for Study Abroad, Dunwoody consistently has the second highest …

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Letter from President Zachary Richmond

My Fellow GPC-Dunwoody Students, Welcome back! It is going to be a great semester here at Dunwoody. Last semester, SGA  updated some of our procedures. We created committees to reach you all.  Also, SGA has changed the way we evaluate our events, which will allow us to see how we are …

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