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Public Safety Grant

Victoria healy Driving in or out of Newton campus, one will notice an additional sign has appeared on the  side of the road.  The sign indicates seat belt compliance for the current month as well as the previous month. The sign coincides with the $7,500 grant Newton campus Public Safety …

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Dual Enrollment sees sharp increase

Joji Castillo The offices of Dual Enrollment are reporting large percentage of increases of DE students at Newton. Enrollment has seen a 50 percent increase in DE students, compared to the previous Spring semester. Newton has the largest MOWR enrollment of any campus and the third highest number of Dual …

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Communication Breakdown

The lack of communication to open SGA meetings during deliberation and voting led to another violation of the Georgia Open Meetings Law at the organization’s weekly meeting on Dec. 10. The SGA holiday party and a few budget re-allocations presentations were discussed in this week’s agenda. However, despite assurance from …

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Addicted to “War”

Matt Bors is an editorial cartoonist born and raised in Ohio. He attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and earned a degree in Graphic Design. Four years ago he decided Portland, Oregon was going to become his new home. “I got tired of the Midwest winters.”

Save the Drama for Cafe Noir

Are you into theatrics, creative writing, or poetry? Acquaint yourself with the Café Noir Club. This isn’t your typical “Once upon a time…”, “Roses are red, violets are blue…” kind of club. Café Noir is a place where creative minds can come together to share their passion for poetry, the …

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