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Have GGC Students Resolved Themselves in 2016?

By Monique Upchurch The New Year notoriously brings the wishful and sometimes dreadful New Year’s resolutions. While some consider it to be a positive approach for incentive, others, our fellow students in particular, view them as nothing more than an absolute way to disappoint oneself. After surveying thirty GGC students …

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Halloween hauntings, ghosts of Lawrenceville

By Noelle Barrett – Staff Contributor Did you know that GGC is in the middle of “Ghost Town”? Lawrenceville has a history of many ghosts. Terrifying and tragic ghosts live (or not) right around the corner in the Lawrenceville town square. Every October the Aurora Theatre puts on The Lawrenceville …

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Una visita a Argentina! A visit to Argentina via Skype

By Ana Bedon – Staff Contributor Translated By Tyler Vining – Managing Editor Definitivamente gracias a la tecnología actual – mente podemos comunicarnos fácilmente con cualquier persona, en cualquier lugar del mundo. Aquí en Georgia Gwinnett College contamos con profesores que van más allá de sólo dictar una clase, para …

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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrations

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrations By Mark Villalba Taste of Latin America was a spirited beginning to Hispanic Heritage Month. GGC graduate and Emmy-awarded Homero Gonzalez marked the middle with a speech to encourage all students with his rags-to-riches history. “[W]hy does there have to be a specific month when a …

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Achievement Unlocked: Level 1

Many changes occurred on campus over the summer. The school broke ground for the C-building expansion and the Level One Game Zone got new gaming systems. Along with the PlayStation 3s, Wii, and XBOB 360s that already dominated the main space of the game room there is now a Playstation4 …

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Common Reading Initiative

Every year, Georgia Gwinnett College provides students with an entertaining and conclusive reading engagement program. This program helps emphasize how important reading is during the college experience. It can help form a sense of community among students, faculty, and staff and is vital to linking the classroom with out-of-classroom experiences. …

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Dragon Con parades back into town

GGC Students returned to Atlanta on Sept. 5 for another Labor Day weekend of jam-packed events including Dragon*Con’ s annual parade, which is one of the main attractions in the Dragon*Con convention. “Going to ‘the con’ was definitely a weekend well spent, “ said GGC sophomore and Resident Assistant Armando …

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Students Jammin’ at Jam N Java open mic

Greenlight’s Jam N Java event gives GGC students an opportunity to showcase their musical artistry and spoken word talents. On Thursday, Sept. 10th, students gathered inside Starbucks for this semester’s open mic night. Jam N Java takes place twice each semester with hopes of giving students a chance to share …

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