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Sports briefs: 5/6

By: Ben Abrams Baseball The Jaguars finished their last regular season on high note by winning five of their final eight games. The Jags wins came from a clean sweep over Abraham Baldwin [(3-2), (16-5), (8-7), and (11-3)] and a solo win over Darton State (13-3). The team lost three …

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News briefs: April 22

By: Naya Clark Credit & Debt When: April 22, 12-1 p.m. Where: Clarkston campus, CN-2240 How: Learn about wise financial choices while in school in order to make better choices after school. Family Federation for World Peace When: April 23, 11:30 a.m. Where: Decatur campus, SF-2100/2101 How: Lunch and learn how …

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Sports briefs: April 8

By: Ben Abrams BASEBALL The Jaguars continue to run on all cylinders as they climb higher in the G.C.A.A. standings,. The Jags have won three out of four against Gordon State [(13-6), (7-2) and (3-2)], won two over Andrew College [(4-3), (12-6) and (7-3)] and won against Oglethorpe (9-0). The only blemishes …

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News briefs: March 25

By: Naya Clark Dunwoody Open House When: March 26 at 5-7 p.m. Where: Dunwoody campus, NB lobby How: Explore all that GPC has to offer. Campus MovieFest Finale When: March 26 at 8 p.m. Where: Clarkston campus, CF-1100 How: Free. The top 16 films will be showcased, and four films …

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Sports Briefs

By: Samuel Lyons MEN’S BASKETBALL The Jaguars are (3-2) in February defeating Atlanta Metro State (62-57), South Georgia State (75-62), and Gordon State (59-39). The team’s two losses came from Chattahoochee Tech (80-72) and South Georgia Tech (87-79). This last stretch of the season puts the team’s record at (15-13), …

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By: Naya Clark “Writing the Veteran Experience” Workshop When: March 4 at 6 p.m. Where: Clarkston campus, CA-1500 How: Free. The writing workshop welcomes all current GPC students (ASMs, Vietnam, OIF, OEF vets), alumni, faculty and staff to share stories of their own or others’ experiences in the U.S. Armed …

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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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News Briefs

By: Naya Clark and Sabrina Jamil 21st Century Literacies Bootcamp When: Feb. 21 9 a.m-12:30 p.m. Where: Clarkston campus,   CE and CC buildings and in the CE Atrium. How: Nine workshops discussing 21st Century Literacies such as blogging, tweeting, and creating or sharing media, information table and equipment demo The …

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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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News Briefs

By: Naya Clark “Flora, Fauna, and Frontier” When: Jan. 28 at 1 p.m. Where: Performance Studio, Clarkston campus. How: Neither tickets nor registration is required. For more information, call (678) 891-3572 GPC Spring 2015 Concert Voting When: Until Jan. 29 at 5 p.m. How: Only current students can vote and …

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