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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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Music Midtown 2014

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“Berzerk”: A Look Inside Music Midtown 2014 By: Hope Dickson Alcohol, pot, and music. Is it the sixties? Nope, it’s only the 2014 Music Midtown Festival at Piedmont Park in downtown Atlanta. More than 60,000 people gathered at the event on both Friday and Saturday, Sept.19-20. Both nights, the park …

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Changing a Piece of Art

“Nocturnal Family” by Veronica Pennix

A Profile on GPC’s Creative License Literary Magazine By: Kezia Velista In 1992, English major Michael Alan Williams approached Dr. Rosemary Cox, a now retired English professor, with an idea to publish a college-wide literature and art magazine. She helped him as soon as possible and constructed a small group …

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A Day of Commemoration, A Day of Service

Illustration by Jasmine Frierson.

By: Rangadevi Chakraborty The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) of- fice sponsors four days throughout the academic year when students have the opportunity to go to communities and volunteer at various locations. These days are 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance and Make a Difference Day in the fall semester and …

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“9/11: A Day To Remember”


By: Ruth Green Thirteen years after the horrific events of 9/11, there is no doubt that it was a day that forever changed the way we view the world.  It was one of the most catastrophic atrocities of the 21st century, in America and the world. The effects of that …

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