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No Time, for Workout time!

By Rodrigo Guerrero Morning workouts are not possible with GPC’s current gyms’ hours of operation. Colleges such as Georgia State, West Georgia, and Kennesaw State have gyms that remain open from 7 a.m. to midnight, while GPC’s gym is from 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. I asked some  students around campus …

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Inside GPC’s SGA

By Tammara Green Every college appoints a group of individuals to support and delegate the needs of the students attending. The Student Government Association (SGA) is the student body’s first-hand advocate. The SGA is also related to student life; they provide support, information and assistance for the entire campus. SGA is …

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Google Employee Visits GPC

By Victoria Song With today’s economy, finding a job as a college student has become a full time career in itself. On March 17, the Communications Club at the Dunwoody campus hosted a special event entitled, “Google a Success. How to Enhance your Online Brand,” to help students succeed in …

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GPC Deans Join Twitter

By Perry Standridge Today social media has connected everyone around the world. Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter users are growing by the numbers. On Twitter, people can tweet about anything to their followers in 140 characters or less. This social media has become very popular, even so that the Deans …

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Connecting Military Service and Education

By Justin Beaudrot With over 700 student veterans in the state attending GPC using VA benefits, the Military Outreach Center (MOC)  staff work tirelessly to provide student veterans the resources they need. “Georgia Perimeter College honors its military and veteran men and women returning to pursue their educational goals at …

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Make Your Mark on the MAP

By Kimberly Hung Mentors for Academic Progress (MAP) began in 2012 as a college project through Phi Theta Kappa. Over the years, Tyre Johnson-King, senior vice president of the PTK Dunwoody chapter, has taken the idea of MAP and developed it into a program. MAP is a program that offers …

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Spring Break: Then and Now

By Sri Rajasekaran   It’s Spring Break again and even though the name remains the same, the meaning for those in high school and college is completely different. “In high school, spring break was hanging out with friends. Now that I am in college, Spring Break is studying and working …

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The Art of Discovery

By Jessica Cephus Art is more than just painting and dancing; it is a talent that comes from within and excites the senses. Art is a way of life, and the burning passion for art brought GPC Students Kenyon, 24, and Jasmine, 24, Dudley together. Both are co-founders of the …

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Black History Month: “Greek Speak Part II”

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By Celeste Garcia   GPC’s Decatur campus held a “Greek Speak Part II” presentation sponsered by  Student Life Feb. 26 from 2-4 p.m. A part of the Black History Month the event was a continuous discussion about the African-American fraternities and sororities held at four-year universities or institutions. Johnny P. …

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GPC Celebrates Black History Month

By Victoria Song Georgia native, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream which GPC continues to honor by celebrating Black History Month throughout its five campuses. On Feb. 20, the Dunwoody Campus of GPC held a Black History Month Trivia Game Show organized by the Student Government Association and …

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