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SCAD unveils newly restored Ivy Hall

By Gray Chapman SCAD-Atlanta celebrated the grand opening of Ivy Hall, the latest addition to the campus, on Oct. 3. The historic home will serve as SCAD-Atlanta’s cultural and writing
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College Security Report: Sept. 22-28, 2008

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Hypnosis in the Hub

Master hypnotist Tom DeLuca puts students in a trance By Gray Chapman SCAD celebrated the first day of fall quarter by inviting professional hypnotist Tom DeLuca to the Hub for
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SCAD honors legendary actor Jackie Chan

By Gray Chapman On Sept. 3, SCAD bestowed an honorary professorship upon actor, director and producer Jackie Chan. Chan, who was trained at the Peking Opera School in Hong Kong,
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Artists of the Caribbean

By Latitia Spaulding M.F.A. Professional Writing students helped bridge an understanding of Caribbean culture at the Second Annual Caribbean Arts and Culture Symposium held June 25 and 26 at SCAD-Atlanta.
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