Modern-Day $lavery

Photo illustration by Tosin Ogunnoiki.

Beware: College students targeted for sex trafficking By: Evie Palmer The Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery in 1865. Yet, 150 years later, the human trafficking industry is a 32 billion dollar industry. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) states, “It’s sad but true; here in this country, people are being bought, …

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Yesterday’s fads, today’s fab

Returning trends expected to make fashion statements in 2015 By DaVail Weston Fashion changes all the time, and 2015 is no exception. This year brings us new looks and old fads that have been reimaged by designers like Rebecca Minkoff, Michael Kors and many others. So what are this year’s …

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Grammy Nominations Review 2015

By Jabril Titus Award season is fast approaching and the most well-known music award show is right around the corner: the Grammy’s. Lists are already circulating with “the surprises and snubs” of the nominations. Many of our peers, social media blogs and websites feel like this year’s awards nominations were …

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Sports briefs

By Ben Abrams WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The Lady Jags have fought through their last five games. Earning their wins from Chattahoochee Tech (forfeit), Andre College (62-57), and Albany Tech (76-54). The Lady Jags’ losses came from Darton State (65-45) and South Georgia Tech (75-55). This brings their record to (10-12) and …

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Town Hall Recap

Here’s what we know so far about the consolidation By Naya Clark On Jan. 12 at 1 p.m., GPC’s interim president Rob Watts, Georgia State’s President Mark Becker and University System of Georgia Vice Chancellor for Planning and Implementation Shelly Nickel gathered at GPC’s Dunwoody campus for a town hall …

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