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Tuition increases across the board for University System of Georgia

By: Farhin Lilywala On Tuesday, April 14, the Georgia Board of Regents approved a plan for tuition increases for all 30 public colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia. The board also approved 22 mandatory fee increases at various institutions, including commuter-dining fees at Kennesaw State, Georgia Gwinnett and the College of Coastal…

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Police briefs

By: Farhin Lilywala The Case of the Stolen Tire On Oct. 6, a student’s tire was reported missing from her vehicle on the Dunwoody campus, parking lot 11. She reported that she parked her green Honda Civic at approximately 8 a.m. Around 9:30 a.m., she returned to find her front left tire, hubcap, and four…

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By: Farhin Lilywala The Stolen J-Card On Aug. 20, dispatch received a call at 5 p.m. erage on the Collegian’s website: http://www.collegiannews.com At apporoximately 4 p.m. in building G of the the case of the missing Clarkston campus, a student’s J-Card was stolen. A suspect has now been arrested and charged. This case is now closed. Attempted…

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Around the World

(Ferguson, Mo.)- What really happened? Here are six things to know about Ferguson: 1. Michael Brown, 18, and his friend, Dorian Johson, 22, were walking down the street, and a police officer confronted them for walking on the street. 2. There was some sort of a struggle between Brown and police officer Darren Wilson through…

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Police briefs

By Farhin Lilywala Creeper on Campus On July 28, at 1:15 p.m., an officer called for assistance with a suspicious person in the F building, room 2230, on the Clarkston campus. The officer already on the scene questioned the victim, who said the suspect was following her. Meanwhile the second officer watched the suspect, who…

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Drawing the line for service animals

College adjusts policy regarding pets on campus By Farhin Lilywala Walking around campus, you may have noticed a few furry friends amongst us. Here’s the secret: they’re not just pets, they are service animals. In March 2013, an “Animals on Campus Policy” was placed into effect, an official alternative to the once unwritten rule that…

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News briefs

Bookstore retail buyback and textbook rental check-in runs Dec. 4-14  The college’s bookstore retail buyback and textbook rental check-in dates are Dec. 4-14. Check the bookstore website for daily buyback hours. The last day for textbook rental check-in without penalty is Saturday, Dec. 14. Model UN team receives awards at conference  The college’s Model United…

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Police briefs

Criminal damage to property  Campus police were dispatched to the Student Center on Nov. 9 when property damage was reported. The reporting party stated he discovered the damage done to the north door entrance to Student Center 110. What appeared to be black paint or ink had been squirted or thrown all over the door.…

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