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Welcome to Jurassic Piedmont

September 10, 2013

By TYLER DALE As many Piedmont students have noticed recently, our wetlands, located under the bridge to the Swanson Center, have grown much larger than they have in years past.  Wondering why this has been happening, ...

Piedmont Students Get Inked

September 10, 2013

Jake Allen Freshman business major Cherokee Indian to symbolize rush for the Navy, Zodiac sign of Capricorn, stars that represent 6years in the Navy, Bald Eagle  representing his fight forAmerica and lyrics from his favorite Lynyrd Sky...

Wanderlust: Piedmont Student Perspective on DragonCon 2013

September 10, 2013

By ROBBY BAILEY The thing that I like best about DragonCon is the Marta ride station into the city. Along the stops, you are joined by an array of painted faces and shiny creatures.  You could find yourself sitting ...

Famous former Piedmont student makes her mark

September 10, 2013

By FLETCHER DEAL While some would think that Piedmont is rather isolated from the pages of world history, the opposite has been found.  Piedmont has notable connections to major scenes of history and has been affected by the changing times.  One particularly re...

Summer of Adventure at Piedmont College

September 10, 2013

By TYLER DALE England and Spain were not the only Maymaster opportunities offered to students this past summer.  There were also students studying abroad and earning course credits while traveling to both Italy and New Yo...

Wanderlust: New Magic Dragon

August 27, 2013

By ALEXANDRIA SMITH Sports Editor Most Chinese restaurants have giant tanks of exotic fish and Asian porcelain figurines, but not The New Magic Dragon. It simply has bare walls and a small tank with a single goldfish in it. When you enter, ...

Piedmont’s Infamous alumna

August 27, 2013

By FLETCHER DEAL Contributing Writer Piedmont isn’t exactly noted for famous graduates, but we do have one peculiarly infamous former student. Her name was Foster Anderson, and her story is one involving intrigue, glamou...

Construction disturbs Piedmont’s local poltergeists

August 27, 2013

By TYLER DALE Opinions Editor Piedmont is a growing school. Its expansion has manifested itself in the ongoing project that is our new student center. What Piedmont doesn’t want you to know, however, is that th...

Piedmont Remembers Gaglio

August 27, 2013

By HILLARY KELLEY Features Editor The theatre department lost one of its shining stars on May 2, 2013. Michele Gaglio, 41, may have passed away, but her spirit and charm live on through the memories she made and impact her li...

Piedmont Maymesters create Summer of adventure

August 27, 2013

By TYLER DALE Opinions Editor The summer of 2013 has come and gone, and with it so many memorable experiences. Many Piedmont students used it as an opportunity to escape from the hectic college life and enjoy a little R&R. But while some of us were...

Let’s Eat: Soda Fountain Cafe

April 24, 2013

By ERIN GATHERCOAL Staff Writer A theme can often make or break a restaurant, but there are times when it does little to nothing to contribute to the overall quality of the place. An example of this would be The Soda Foun...

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