Faces of Gender and Sexuality Holds a Panel Event to Promote Education and Inclusivity

Faces of Gender and Sexuality (FoGS), GGC’s student organization for the LGBTQIA+ community, held a panel featuring professors from various majors to discuss gender and sexuality in their fields. The event titled ‘Fields of Gender and Sexuality’ was held at GGC’s LVIS center at 2:00 p.m. Sept. 16, 2021. Marquia

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GGC Will Host Friday Night Lights Events in Hope of Building Community

In hopes of bringing back community involvement, GGC will host three Friday Night Light events starting from Sept. 18th to Nov. 12th on the intramural fields from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.  The Friday Night Lights events allow students to play different intramural sports while eating free food and socializing

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New Georgia Project Pushes Voter Registration Campaign in Time for Election Season

Stacey Abrams-founded New Georgia Project launched a voter registration campaign in time for the first election season since the passing of Senate Bill 202, pushing for voter turnout and civic action. Early voting for statewide city elections starts on Oct. 12. This will be the first election season since Senate

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An Alleged Victim Claimed Rape, but Police Investigation Proves Otherwise

GGC police concluded after investigation that an alleged victim falsely reported sexual assault. On Aug. 12, 2021, a female victim reported that she was raped on the Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) campus while walking to her car at approximately 10 p.m. “Female victim reported being hit from behind and then

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SGA Presidential Candidate Faced Trial for Election Violations

Demone Webb, former presidential candidate, faced an election hearing earlier this year due to a total of six alleged violations brought forth in the SGA 2021 Election, including a charge of nepotism.  On the 12th of March, Demone Webb received a subpoena, requesting his presence in front of the Election

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GGC Faculty and Staff Hold Campus Protests for Mask Mandates

Faculty and staff of Georgia Gwinnett College held on-campus protests the week of Sept 13th to demand a mask mandate. The event was organized by Dr. Jill Penn, Associate Professor of Biology and Biochemistry together with the United Campus Workers of Georgia. “We are not doing enough,” said Dr. Penn.

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GGC Men’s Soccer Coach DeCou Remains Hopeful After Surprising Debut Loss

The Grizzlies Men’s Soccer team started off the season with an eventful first few games. With wins, losses, and an unfortunate 0-0 debut, there is a lot to look forward to in this freshly started season.  “We didn’t lose… But the initial reaction is not [a] happy [one],” said Head

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GGC’s CDAC Hosts a Virtual Internship Event to Aid Students’ Career Development

The Career Development and Advising Center cited upward of 60 percent of GGC students will find themselves employed after participating in the internship program. A virtual conference was hosted Aug. 31 through Handshake to discuss how students can secure internships for the coming year. “It’s really important to have your

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ROAR Awards Honors RSOs, RSO Members and Advisors Hosted by Office of Student Involvement

Georgia Gwinnett College’s Office of Student Involvement and Student Center (SISC) hosted the 2021 ROAR Awards show on April 30th honoring Registered Students Organizations with awards and student performances. Organizers made pandemic appropriate adjustments to hold the event in person this year. 

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