Georgia Gwinnett College (GCC) students, faculty and staff planted 20 apple trees last week, which will provide research data at the college’s Microfarm.[Read more…] about GGC Tree Planting Yields Lessons in Sustainability, Research, Community Service
GGC Tree Planting Yields Lessons in Sustainability, Research, Community Service
Dale Long, Director of Sports Information, announced on January 29 in a media release that GGC’s baseball season will resume this February.[Read more…] about GGC Baseball Stands 4-2 After Opening the Season
Some freelance business owners are surprised to see their businesses boom during the COVID-19 pandemic as demand for their services increased with consumers.[Read more…] about Freelance Business Owners Experience Economic Growth Amongst Pandemic
Georgia Gwinnett College was on hard lockdown this morning following a shooting at Sugar Mill Apartments, according to the school officials.[Read more…] about ‘Violent Threat’ Was Secured Following GGC’s Hard Lockdown
Many minor-league athletes are having to rethink their professional dreams after the pandemic forced some semi-pro athletes to strategize their next steps during 2020, according to NBA G-League guard Malik Benlevi.[Read more…] about Minor-League Athletes Face Major-League Pandemic Challenges
An immigrant single mother of three is finding success managing her family during the ongoing pandemic through play. She calls it her, “Do It Yourself supervision playbook.”[Read more…] about Gwinnett Mother’s DIY COVID-19 Playbook
Buford, Ga––As in-person class sessions continueacross Gwinnett County, local high schools try to navigate pandemic protocols to keep students and staff safe while seniors remain unsure of the fate of their final year.[Read more…] about Local High School Seniors Mourn the Loss of Their Final Year as COVID-19 Blocks Senior Events
Lawrenceville, Ga.––Students and professors are unsure if GGC’s education quality will be lower compared to previous semesters as remote learning continues.
Mr. Tomas Jimenez, Dean of Students, said that the quality of education isn’t lower, simply different.[Read more…] about Students Question GGC’s Education Quality as New Semester Begins
Gwinnett, Ga.––Gwinnett area Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients face financial hurdles due to their immigration status as Georgia’s laws continue to curb some of the program’s benefits that would help integrate these young immigrants into their communities.
Christian Olvera, a recent Georgia State University graduate, expressed his frustration when he encountered how costly his tuition rate would be when he applied as a DACA student. “I had to pay as an international student, which was ridiculously expensive,” Christian said.[Read more…] about DACA Students Remain Ineligible for In-State Tuition at Georgia Colleges