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By: Naya Clark “Writing the Veteran Experience” Workshop When: March 4 at 6 p.m. Where: Clarkston campus, CA-1500 How: Free. The writing workshop welcomes all current GPC students (ASMs, Vietnam, OIF, OEF vets), alumni, faculty and staff to share stories of their own or others’ experiences in the U.S. Armed …

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Stress: The mental plague

Photo illustration by Joseph Richardson.

What is stress, and how can students deal with it? By: Vivan Paudyal One thing is for certain that stress does not discriminate between children, teenagers, college students or elders, affecting us all in different ways. Thaddeus Freeman, a psychology major, said, “The inconsistent school work causes stress.” Freeman suggested sleeping, …

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By: Naya Clark and Sabrina Jamil 21st Century Literacies Bootcamp When: Feb. 21 9 a.m-12:30 p.m. Where: Clarkston campus,   CE and CC buildings and in the CE Atrium. How: Nine workshops discussing 21st Century Literacies such as blogging, tweeting, and creating or sharing media, information table and equipment demo The …

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A Place for Prayer

GPC Muslim students share their dilemma of fulfilling an obligation By: Fatou Ndow As one walks through the GPC Dunwoody campus, it is quite noticeable that it has a very large and diverse student body with students from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds. This has often been regarded by many …

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The wealthy rule all at the World Economic Forum

By: Maurice Raeford The World Economic Forum, annual meeting when top entrepreneurs, politicians and celebrities from around the world come together to decide the direction in which they want to drive the economy, recently took place in Davos, Switzerland. This meeting consisted of about 25,000 attendees. Celebrities are invited, because …

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