University transferring made easy

By Eric Lopez The transfer fair held in the Student Union Sept. 13 gave students the chance to connect with many universities in order to continue their educational journeys. Thirty-eight schools, including in-state universities as well as many out of state and private universities, were offering discount tuition rates to GCC students. Visiting admission advisers seemed helpful,…

Bluebirds hand Gauchos second loss of season in four set stunner

By Nick Spooner Sports Editor   The Glendale Community College Gauchos suffered a tough home loss at the hands of the South Mountain Community College Bluebirds Wednesday, Sept. 20. The Gauchos lost three out of four sets: 26-28, 27-25, 24-26 and 13-25 as their record fell to 12-2. “I thought we battled okay, but we…

Bears complete season sweep of Gauchos, GCC drops to 0-4

By Nick Spooner Sports Editor The Glendale Community College football team was defeated, 55-22, in their home opener by the Phoenix College Bears Sept. 16, dropping their season record to 0-4. “At times, we played well, but we had a lot of mental mistakes. We have got to take care of those. We will come…

“Leap!” could have soared higher

By Denise Parker Following a dream is a beautiful goal. Preservation and passion help fuel people to leap over barricades. That is the essential theme for the Canadian film “Leap” which premiered in 2016 and came to the United States this year. Despite the stunning animation and its wonderful music, “Leap!” fails to fully jump…

Young Gauchos fall to more experienced Aztecs

By Nick Spooner Sports Editor The Glendale Community College Women’s soccer team suffered a tough 14-1 loss Sept. 12 against the Pima Community College Aztecs. The Gauchos surrendered nine first half goals and both Pima’s Alexis Hernandez and Jahmonique Smith recorded hat tricks in the first half. Hernandez and Smith both finished the game with…