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“Best Advice is No Advice”

Author and keynote speaker Joyce Carol Oates takes questions from the audience at the AJC Decatur Book Festival. Photo by Hope Dickson.

A Look Inside the AJC Decatur Book Festival By: Hope Dickson More than 90,000 people came out Labor Day weekend to enjoy the festivities of the AJC Decatur Book Festival. Starting it off on Friday, Aug. 29, author Joyce Carol Oates gave the keynote speech in front of hundreds of …

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“O Captain! My Captain!”

Illustration by Hope Dickson.

Robin Williams lives on in our hearts By: Hope Dickson There are three types of people in this world: the ones you know, the ones you don’t know, and the ones you love but don’t know. The last category has our favorite characters from books, our favorite music artists, and …

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“Kiss My ALS”

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By: Kezia Velista The Ice Bucket Challenge: Raising Awareness or Raising Peer Pressure Three words: Ice Bucket Challenge. There is no way to avoid this combination of words on news feeds, televisions, and social media websites. The phenomenon absolutely exploded in the U.S and other countries the past couple of …

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The Path to Parking

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By Kezia Velista Do you enter Georgia Perimeter College grounds and find yourself driving around the entire campus not being able to park? Whether you are a student, parent, faculty member, or visitor, this must have been a problem at least once. When parking their cars, people typically think, “Where …

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You’re Here, Now What?

Last-Minute Reminders for New and Returning Jaguars  By Jabril Titus Are you a new or returning student? Are you excited? Well, you should be! Below are a few tips that will prepare you for your Fall 2014 semester at GPC. Put on your cool glasses, and read below! 1) Admissions …

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College Supply List

By Farhin Lilywala Every year since kindergarten, we received a school supply list. We could drive over to the nearest Walmart, buy the necessary items, and feel prepared for the first day of school. When we get to college, however, we are expected to know what we need and what …

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