“MLK Day of Service” a success

  By Sergio Jewell   On Jan., 21 GPC faculty and students took on the initiative to help clean up the Clarkston Community Center in respect for the MLK Day of Service. GPC’s “MLK Day Of Service” is held every year of the third Monday of January. This year hundreds …

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GPC gets closer to the stars

By Georgina Villani   Students took an out of class adventure to see Jupiter. On Jan. 24, Life Science Professor, Pamela Gor assigned her Clarkston campus class to, “have a real life experience, something they will always remember.”With the help of Lab.Coordinator, Fred Bulls, a telescope was set up to …

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Why Rate My Professor Sucks

By Katherine Kerfoot   Eh? What’s this thing called ratemyprofessors.com? Is it crunchable? For those of you who didn’t try to choose your professors by looking at this site, DON’T! At least, don’t until you take a really close look at it. For Georgia Perimeter College, there are FIVE pages. …

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The ink well is running dry

By David Schick Unless drastic action is taken soon, this could be one of the very last issues the Collegian ever prints. I’m not trying to sound like Chicken Little here, I’m just trying to face facts. GPC’s student paper is on a path to utter annihilation unless something is …

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