Home / OPINION (page 17)

OPINION

Music | Lupe Fiasco

By Kyndell Mizell – Opinions Editor The highly anticipated Lupe Fiasco album, Lasers, has hit the stands and many fans have a puzzled look after listening to the album in its entirety. The album is a complete 180 degrees from the previous sounds of Lupe Fiasco’s: Food and Liquor, Lupe …

Read More »

Movies | The Lincoln Lawyer

By Kyndell Mizell – Opinions Editor If you enjoy lawyer films like Law Abiding Citizen or the rape and murder victims of Law and Order or even the twist of plots like Street King, you would love this film directed by Brad Furman. Mathew McConaughey proves that he is more …

Read More »

Due time to end genocide

By Mohammad Ali Taghavi – Contributor I use the term ‘genocide,’ not based on current international rulings on the carnage taking place in the Eastern Congo, but because I cannot find a better word in the English language to describe the horror of over five million killed and dying. Despite …

Read More »

Economic growth predicted for 2011

By Walter Crawford – Contributor With 2010 producing grim to mediocre economic results consumers and investors alike are hopeful for stronger growth in 2011. The prospect of growth in the US economy depends on several leading indicators. A leading indicator is an economic indicator that hints the future direction of …

Read More »

Are we FREE?

By Kyndell Mizell – Opinions Editor How free do you think you are? I don’t mean out of your parent’s house or off from a long day of work free. I mean free. Free from the conspiracies. Free from the falsifying arrest. Free from racial profiling. Free from censorship. Not …

Read More »

Tobacco or not tobacco

By Randy Schafer – Dunwoody Campus News Editor Smoking on campuses has become a long debate for the GPC Smoking Committee and the student body. “Since August or September of 2010, we’ve been deliberating on GPC being a smoke-free or smoking campus,” said former committee member Dean Ludeke. “We voted …

Read More »

Waiting in worry

By Randy Schafer – Dunwoody Campus News Editor Former GPC students Ezz-Eldin and Sharif Hassan, watched Egypt’s revolution from the other side of the world as their family members witnessed first-hand, the historical political and social movement. Ezz-Eldin and Sharif had difficulties communicating with their relatives in Egypt at times …

Read More »

GPC Tennis on the Rise?

By Ricky Riley-  Clarkston Managing Editor We made the big noise in junior college tennis,” said Tennis Coach Nait Omar, of the 2010 season. “This sends a good message to the teams on our schedule that GPC is back at the level they once were. This is big-time. People are …

Read More »