In the previous article, Jessica Snyder wrote a piece on religion and I’m going to follow that up with arguing against the idea of religion as a whole. For many, “he” is most commonly to referred to as God. Around the globe, this higher power takes on many different names. Allah in Islam, in Judaism;Yahweh …

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by Julio Gonzales Glendale Community College will be seeing the end of what was an educational and thought provoking film series. These films began showing here at GCC during the fall 2014 semester. “Created Equal” was a film series that was put together and organized by our fellow history department to be showcased here at …

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Posted on: April 20, 2015 | Author: Jessica Snyder
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by Lucas Bryner Glendale Community College students who are a part of the STEM club will take part in a two-day trip in April to La Cañada Flintridge, California on April 24-25. Every year the STEM organization does these impressive trips to California, but the deadline has passed. To be eligible, one must attend eight …

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Posted on: April 20, 2015 | Author: Jessica Snyder
Categories: Campus Life

by Emily Balli Maricopa Community Colleges will be giving recognition to some of the district’s greatest student talent in the annual Artists of Promise event on April 15. This year, the event will take place at the Herberger Theater in Phoenix. This is the eleventh Artists of Promise event, and many students and faculty are …

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by Jessica Snyder The latest movie by Nicholas Sparks is almost exactly what you expect. Except, it’s not as tragic. “The Longest Ride” is a long ride for viewers with a run time of 139 minutes. This is awesome for Sparks’ fans, but not so much for those who are over the romantic love stories. …

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by Jessica Snyder Dear Readers, Upon telling people I was going to see “The Longest Ride,” negative comments flew freely.  “Unrealistic,” “corny,” and “bullshit” were just a few of the words used to describe Nicholas Sparks’ movies. This got me thinking, what is it about today’s generation that makes the youth so cynical about love? …

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