The Globe, April 2016
AuthorWalsh, Laura; Davis, Chris; Kerrigan, Jessica; Klingberg, Allyssa; Albright, Kathy Lang; Hatchell, Rusty; Seerattan, Simone; Corbin, John Preston; Scribner, Tysheira; Thompson, Julie; Dreby, Dr. Joanna; Durham, Janie; Grizzly Athletics
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AbstractApril 2016 issue of The Globe, a newspaper published by Georgia Gwinnett College. 12 pages. Contents: "Explosion remains a mystery", "GGC rebrands", "GGC goes to Washington", "GGC students bring home three awards from SRMUN", "GGC rebranding continued", "The first School of Nursing students will graduate this May", "Tuition rates to remain steady after last year's dramatic increase", "Advice offered to help offset the trend toward student debt", "Explosion continued", "Day of Giving brings in over $6,500 in donations", "Accessible, affordable, and authentic: a return to Gwinnett Place's popular east asian eateries", "President Kaufman responds to library honor", "The recycling bin doesn't guarantee anything", "End Human Sex Trafficking- a volunteer opportunity", "New Title IX policies address confidentiality", "Student poets showcased at Wordstock", "Artist spotlight: Juan Carlos Sierra Barbosa", "Chase Goodwin reflects on lessons learned with SGA","Incoming SGA President, Tammy Lu looks to the future", "Reading between the lines: What your diploma actually says", "New Title IX policies continued", "Georgia Gwinnett selected as NAIA Softball National Championship Opening Round host", and "Tori Heinemann talks softball and graduation"
DescriptionThe Globe, April 2016
PublisherGeorgia Gwinnett College
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