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Gun Culture in America Today

Considering the amount of mass shootings that have occurred in the United States over the past several years, gun control continues to be a heated debate amongst the American people. In a country that has a deep rooted culture around guns, it is a difficult subject for many to see …

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Millennials and the 2016 Presidential Election

Why millennials and candidates need to get to know each other before 2016 election. “As the presidential race heats up, the candidates remain focused on petty infighting,” said 22-year-old college graduate, Elizabeth Elizalde, in her opinion article on CNN titled, “Millennials: What they want from the candidates”. The 2016 presidential …

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Atlanta, the millennial metropolis

Time magazine names Atlanta second best city for millennials to live Most young people dream of living comfortably with their dream job, but most will have a humble transition into independence. This is why research on the cost of living in a different place can be crucial to those who have options about …

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Students respond to Ben Carson

Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson is recognized for being the first surgeon to successfully separate twins conjoined at the head. The views of the retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon became controversial on May 4, when Carson announced his bid for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Since …

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Remembering 9/11

This is a personal account from GPC student, Alaa Elassar.  On 9/11, we as Americans usually take this day as a moment of reflection as we try to properly grieve for the innocents we lost that day and to honor the losses of thousands of families. Along with that, on every …

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