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Mother Goose: Dunwoody campus closes for geese

By: Naya Clark Most Dunwoody students can agree that geese are a common sight on campus. The long necked nuisances are notorious for waddling around campus, blocking cars from the school entrance, but mostly distributing poops for students and staff to maneuver around in order to get to and from …

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The look-a-like app

“MyIdol” makes you a virtual character By: Jada Braxton A new app has emerged onto the screens of many devices. The up and coming “MyIdol” app is a Chinese application that has recently been seen on social media and smartphones, allowing users to transform their everyday visage into a 3-D animation. …

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I Need A Doctor

A Trip into how PTSD is Embedded into our Society Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental disorder that tends to stem from previous life experiences that were traumatizing to the individual. The individual who suffers from PTSD tends to develop coping mechanisms and subconsciously thinks about the traumatizing event on …

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Take back the night

Adviser Cole Thomas (right) encourages students to speak out.

Both LAMBDA Triangle and Feminati Clubs teach GPC Students how to take a stand By: Jada Braxton The LAMBDA Triangle Club and the Feminati Club dove into the real world of GPC students this month. Hosting GPC’s “Take Back the Night” event within GPC’s Dunwoody library, TBTN took place and took sexual …

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Avoiding the dreaded hangover

By: Barbara Traylor Most college parties, well most parties, have beer and liquor. Now mix that with social drinking and the drinking games, and your body may take a beating. While you scientifically cannot prevent a hangover from happening, there are ways to enjoy your alcoholic beverage without having such …

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Same weed, many dealers

The ever changing views on pot dealer stereotypes By: Naya Clark Weed, or marijuana, seems to be growing in popularity, in consumerism and media coverage within the last few months. Between the legalization and decriminalization in various states across the United States including Colorado, Oregon, and Washington, it seems like …

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