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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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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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Newton displays students’ artistic talents

By Jahret Rainey GPC Newton campus is showing off artistic talent from students at its current art exhibit. Art students of all ages and backgrounds have their work displayed in building 1N of Newton campus, which is open to the public for viewing. Many of the artwork displayed is up for sale and most of the artist’s contact …

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President breaks ground on sustainability garden

By Kaylyn Hinz Newton campus celebrated the annual Daffodil Festivil, as they began to plant the second garden at GPC.  With the Decatur campus having the first garden planted, GPC as taken the route in becoming a greener campus. The garden is welcome to students, faculty, and the community. Anyone …

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Free STD Urine Testing

By: Kellie Hawk   Are you sexually active? Have you ever had unprotected sex? Have you had new or multiple sex partners in the past six months? Have you been tested for STD’s and HIV this year? If you answered yes to any of these questions, stop gambling with your …

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Who’s got talent?

By: Kellie Hawk They are coming to Newton campus in search of one dream, to see who has talent. The Student Government Association and Jaguar Activity Group presents GPC’S Got Talent. It’s time to dust off your instruments, stretch out those hamstrings, and drink extra lemon and honey for your …

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Dreaming into reality

  By Kellie Hawk “I Have A Dream,” a historical speech that was delivered in 1963, voiced to a crowd of thousands of people in Washington, D.C. In that speech Dr. Martin Luther King laid out his vision and hopes for the Civil Rights movement. I would like to recap …

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