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What can I vote on?

By: Sabrina Jamil On Nov. 4, voters will determine two constitutional amendments and a statewide referendum. If a majority vote ratifies these amendments, they will become a part of the constitution. Income Tax Amendment If it passes, the first amendment would “prohibit an increase in the maximum state income tax …

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Police Briefs

By: Farhin Lilywala The Case of the Stolen Tire On Oct. 6, a student’s tire was reported missing from her vehicle on the Dunwoody campus, parking lot 11. She reported that she parked her green Honda Civic at approximately 8 a.m. Around 9:30 a.m., she returned to find her front …

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Homecoming: GPC style

By: DaVail Weston Well it’s that time of year again. Suddenly, the campus emerges with school spirit as classmates cast votes for Homecoming King and Queen. For a whole week, we experience JAGUAR pride. Homecoming week is fast approaching guys and gals, and as students, we risk getting caught up …

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Who’s Your Candidate?

Get to know the Gubernatorial candidates before the election By: Rangadevi Chakraborty The three candidates for Governor of Georgia this term are incumbent Nathan Deal, and challengers Jason Carter, grandson of former-president Jimmy Carter and nanotechnologist Andrew Hunt. Their battle for voters has been increasingly fierce over the past few …

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Stomp Out Smoking (SOS)

Newton JAG Illusion dance team poses in their Stomp Out Smoking attire. Photo by Jabril Titus.

Dance Team Helps Kick Off Smoking Ban By: Jabril Titus The smoking ban on all regional colleges of Georgia went into effect on Wednesday, Oct. 1. SGA/JAG on the Newton campus heavily marketed the change by passing out brochures; blow pops with “Don’t blow smoke” on them, and t-shirts with …

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