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Homecoming: GPC style

By: DaVail Weston Well it’s that time of year again. Suddenly, the campus emerges with school spirit as classmates cast votes for Homecoming King and Queen. For a whole week, we experience JAGUAR pride. Homecoming week is fast approaching guys and gals, and as students, we risk getting caught up …

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Will Write For Food 2014: The World Around Us

By: Farhin Lilywala Homeless people should stop being lazy and get themselves jobs.  Homeless people don’t have anything to eat. Homeless people don’t do much. That’s according to some of the people in the Hollywood, Fla. community. Over Labor Day weekend, I attended a program called Will Write for Food …

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The Value of Philosophy

Opening your mind and challenging yourself By: Barry Switay When it comes to education, philosophy is among the most important subjects for developing personal values and critical thinking. It helps students learn to ask important questions, and encourages independent answers. This questioning oneself and the surrounding world is what learning …

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