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“Stomp Smoking Out”

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By: Jabril Titus In preparation for the no smoking ban that goes into effect Oct. 1, JAG Illusion, the Newton campus dance team, is preparing a performance for GPC students to spread awareness about the no smoking campaign. During this performance, the health center trailer will pass out nicotine gum, …

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Police Briefs

By: Farhin Lilywala The Stolen J-Card On Aug. 20, dispatch received a call at 5 p.m. erage on the Collegian’s website: www.collegiannews.com At apporoximately 4 p.m. in building G of the the case of the missing Clarkston campus, a student’s J-Card was stolen. A suspect has now been arrested and charged. This …

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Smokers Become Vexed

 By: Jabril Titus Everyone should be aware of the smoking ban on all University System of Georgia’s colleges by now. If not, brace yourself for Oct. 1, because it’s right around the corner. This raised so many different concerns with smokers and some non-smokers. There are mixed feelings about whether …

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News Briefs

By: Luke Martin   Spring 2015 Scholarship Application Deadline Approaching The deadline for GPC students to apply for Spring 2015 scholarships is Oct. 1. There are more than 40 individual scholarships available in a variety of different areas. Most require an essay and a letter of recommendation to go along …

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Around the World

(Ferguson, Mo.)– What really happened? Here are six things to know about Ferguson: 1. Michael Brown, 18, and his friend, Dorian Johson, 22, were walking down the street, and a police officer confronted them for walking on the street. 2. There was some sort of a struggle between Brown and …

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Police Briefs

By Farhin Lilywala Creeper on Campus On July 28, at 1:15 p.m., an officer called for assistance with a suspicious person in the F building, room 2230, on the Clarkston campus. The officer already on the scene questioned the victim, who said the suspect was following her. Meanwhile the second …

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A New Semester, A New GPC

From left to right: Paul Kent, Darrell Dixon, and Chris Kent work hard to repair GPC's sidewalks.

GPC Makes Campuses Aesthetically Pleasing By Kezia Velista When beginning a new semester, there’s almost always something to look forward to. In this one, the five Georgia Perimeter College campuses are experiencing renovations, so you may see some unfamiliar things around school! In fact, the work has already begun! First, …

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