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GPC to Join GSU on top

GPC students react to Georgia State winning highly competitive grant. Janel Davis of The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports the U.S. Department of Education awarded Georgia State University the highly competitive First in the World grant for $8.9 million. The grant was awarded to the University Innovation Alliance (UIA) partner to …

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Clarkston welcomes refugees with open arms

“The large population of refugees from countries around the world is something that makes Clarkston unique. Clarkston relishes its role as a refugee haven and welcomes newcomers with open arms,” said Clarkston mayor, Ted Terry during an interview with 90.1 WABE. Clarkston is unique, half of its 13,000 citizen are …

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Humans of New York photographer is a GPC Alumni

Brandon Stanton. Photo by Niyantha Shekar, link: https://flic.kr/p/kggFzx

Brandon Stanton spoke at Georgia State University on Sept. 21 about his blog, Humans of New York, and the struggles he faced to reach where he is today as a blogger and a photographer. Stanton’s journey began right here at Georgia Perimeter College. H.O.N.Y. is a storytelling and photography-based blog …

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GPC shares in Georgia’s unhappy workforce

Amanda Foster of WJCL, an ABC affiliate in Savannah, Ga. reports a recent study conducted by WalletHub revealed that Georgia is ranked as the unhappiest workforce among all fifty states and the District of Columbia. The study was based on work commute, income, and number of hours worked weekly, but …

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Public Safety stresses situational awareness to GPC

The Department of Public Safety has continued their purpose of keeping the campuses of GPC safe. Department Director Chief N.T. Marinelli, Jr. sent a memo to students, faculty, and staff on Sept. 24 reminding them to practice good situational awareness. The memo was the first of a few general reminders …

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GPC’s Final Fall Convocation

Dr. Mark Becker. Fall 2015 Convocation

Friday, September 11, 2015 GPC held its final Fall convocation, with Georgia State University (GSU) president Dr. Mark Becker as a featured speaker. The convocation happens once a year, and this year it allowed GPC and GSU faculty and staff to meet and interact with one another. Georgia Perimeter College …

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Aldon Smith, Rise Up and Do the Dirty Bird


Aldon Smith can be a huge difference maker for any team that sign him including the Falcons. Every team will take his track record into consideration both on and off the field and for Atlanta the troubled linebacker may likely proved to be too much of a gamble for a team looking to move forward.

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