Words of Wisdom

1) Don’t overload yourself with more than what you can handle You may want to get a lot done, but you have to ask yourself whether it is worth not be able spend quality time with loved ones, or comprise a better grade and/or health. No one can make decisions for you, so you have to think about …

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Breakup Greatness and Rap’s King

By D’vale Weston Big Sean’s “Dark Sky Paradise”   This new album by hip hop recording artist Big Sean has impressed me so far. He takes his listeners on a personal journey through his life with highs and lows, hardships and heart aches. Big Sean displays his honesty, which makes this album so …

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Sports Briefs

By: Tosin Ogunnoiki MEN’S BASKETBALL The Jags scored huge wins over Central Georgia Tech (68-58, OT), East Georgia (66-49), Atlanta Metro (62-57), and top-seeded South Georgia (75-62). Team captain Ronnie Mays (#2) scored 20 points and aided 11 assists. The Jags’ lone blemish was being swept by Chattahoochee Tech (80-72). …

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Final Act in GPC’s Athletic History

Jags’ Goal: Knock 2015 Outta’ the Park By: Tuneel Speech The Jaguars begin the 2015 season as defending GCAA champions. A third place finish in the Division I NJCAA tournament (East CentralRegion) capped 2014. Past accolades mean nothing this year to manager, Jeremy Brotherton as GPC looks to continue its …

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Jump like Mike

Photo by Ben Abrams.

Ankles key in art of slam dunking By: Temarrio Thomas For athletes looking to become artists of the slam dunk, start with conditioning and strengthening the body and practicing techniques. Conditioning Training Run the first sprint for 70 yards. Continue to increase distance of each run by ten yards after …

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