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Victorious return: Esports celebrates successful first year back

“I am beyond proud of the work done by our student leaders and the ways I have seen all of them grow over the past year in their professional, leadership, and community-building skills,” said Joshua LaFavor, interim esports coordinator.

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First-generation grad: ‘I want to set a positive example for my younger siblings’

After having several internships during her college career, communication graduate Rakiyah Lenon believes she is prepared for her future career and the internships have brought her closer to the local community.

photo from article Unite in the Fight Against Cancer returns May 4

Unite in the Fight Against Cancer returns May 4

“This funding is essential for patients whose insurance does not cover this,” said Amanda Reiter, an outpatient oncology dietitian at the GCC.

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DCG graduate’s ‘ultimate gift of working with her father’ closer to reality

"Maybe if I can help other people the way they helped me that can be my gift," said Cathy Tran.