Newton SGA Meeting

SGA is the student government association of Georgia Perimeter College. Some of their responsibilities are distributing student activity funds and organizing events. Newton campus held an open SGA meeting on Aug. 27, where anyone can observe what being a part of the organization is like. The meeting started off with taking …

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Laser Tag Battle Royale

During Welcome Back Week, hosted by SGA, Newton students engaged in a battle for Laser Tag supremacy in an arena aboard a massive spacecraft. The survivors lived to tell the tale:  Photos and interviews by Elyse Worthey, Staff Photograher

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So fresh and so green

Darrell Head is concerned about the quality and safety of the food he feeds his family, and it turns out, his passion benefits the rest of us.  He started Green Livin’ Farms to provide fresh, locally produced food. Besides being locally grown, Head says, the produce at Green Livin’ is …

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Newton gym free for all students

As many of you get acclimated with the beginning of the school year, don’t get accustomed to the ordinary routine of going to classes and then going home. As a paying student, familiarize yourself with the amenities that your hard earned grant, loan, or parent’s money is paying for. One …

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GPC’s Jeff Meadors wins BOE run off

Jeff Meadors is most known as the coordinator of Dual Enrollment at Georgia Perimeter College. During the day, he diligently works at his desk at the Newton Campus. But on January 2011, he will take a new seat in the Newton County Board of Education, a term that will last …

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DVD review: The Runaways

Recently released film “The Runaways” stars Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart as female youth rock stars. The Runaways was an all women rock band that was signed in the late seventies. With all five ladies  around the age of fifteen, this movie is a depiction of the life of a …

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Was the Welcome Week music too loud?

Ashley A. Cummins Editor-in-Chief August 24, 2010 Today on the Clarkston campus students complained that the music pumping out of the entertainment speakers, near their Environmental class was too loud. Five students left throughout their class to ask to get the music turned down. One student reports that the music …

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