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Tuberculosis Tests

By: Kaylyn Hinz   In the past month, a GPC English professor was diagnosed with Tuberculosis. The students in the classes were advised to get tested to take a precautionary action. The Health Department of Newton and two other county health departments have been investigating because test results show some …

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Media Spot to open in Newton

By: Jahret Rainey Newton will be getting a brand new MediaSpot located next year. The MediaSpot is an all purpose media lab filled with Mac computers, up to date software, and various pieces of equipment you can check out, including video cameras and software.   GPC Clarkston and Dunwoody already …

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New academic dean at Newton campus

Recently, Stephanie Rennolds of the Collegian staff sat down with the new academic dean of the Newton campus, Ronald A. Key.   Q: How are you feeling about your new position? A: I love it here. I love the environment. The community is outstanding; I think students probably don’t know how …

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No shortage of talent at Café Noir

By Victoria Healy – Managing Editor Though it was the shortest Café Noir in the history of the show according to Janet Hollier, there was not a shortage of talent. Students and professors alike took the stage to showcase their talent.Dejaun Gayle, a theater major, was a show-stopper with his …

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Daffodil Festival celebrates local culture

By Victoria Healy – Managing Editor Walking through the newly created daffodil trail, along the huge oak trees and a big lake located just to the left of the main parking lot, Newton students listened to stories in the pines and learned the history of the land with Margie and …

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Newton Daffodil kicks off Festival

By Victoria Healy – Managing Editor GPC Newton campus will be holding its fourth annual Daffodil Festival. Founded by Janet Hollier and Dr. Alan Jackson, the festival is an opportunity to bring local culture to GPC. The festival is sponsored by the SGA, Daffodil Festival Committee and the Newton Fine …

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Students simulate drunk driving

By Caleb Buxton – Campus News Editor Newton students received their first glimpse of measures to raise safe driving awareness with the help of a $7,500 grant. Campus Public Safety hosted an event to bring to life the real dangers of driving under the influence on March 2. Students were …

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