by Danny Bush Men have been fighting for equal rights now for a long time–boy, are we exasperated! I, like other white males, am tired of feminists trying to oust us from our number one place in society. The good thing is that we’re not alone in our suffering.*   I’ve joined a movement. I’m …

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A “2012 New York Times” article written during spring break described a tamer, more self-conscious attitude amongst students who were about to partake in the age-old college tradition of partying out the stresses of the semester. It credited a shift in bad behavior to the ubiquity of camera phones and to the lightning fast ability …

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This weekend, local concertgoers will get to take in the first of many outdoor music festivals taking place this summer in Arizona. The Pot of Gold Music Festival will span four days over St. Patrick’s Day weekend at Tempe Beach Park from Mar. 13-15, except Monday, and starting back up again on March 17. With …

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by Dani Horn Several silly, sweet, snazzy, slaphappy and sunshiny short-stories, songs and sonnets by none other than Dr Seuss will be performed at Glendale Community College on Monday, March 2. “It’s this day that’s really designed to have people stop, move away from their computers, put down their electronics and really read something,” said …

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by Dani Horn The telescopes of the Glendale College Astronomy Observatory will be open to the viewing public this Friday night for GCC’s Spring Stargazing Event. The faculty at GCC’s North Valley campus are giving audiences a chance to view distant planets and stars in conjunction with the Arizona SciTech festival, an annual celebration of …

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by Danny Bush In spring, Maricopa County Community College District will finalize plans made for a Reverse-Transfer Project partnership in order that students may receive Associate Degree retroactively after having transferred to Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University or University of Arizona. A $500,000 grant received from the Helios Foundation will be used as needed …

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by Jessica Snyder Dear Readers, Recently plus size model, Tess Munster, was the first model over size 16 to be signed to a major modeling agency, MiLK Model management. Munster is just 5 feet 5 inches tall, and wears a size 22. These proportions are unheard of in the modeling industry. That alone would be …

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  by Jessica Snyder Dear Readers, This past weekend, “Fifty Shades of Grey” broke box office records. It earned the top spot as highest grossing President’s Day weekend release ever with roughly $82 million made. I’ll be honest with you. I read all three books. In my defense, it was a mixture of both curiosity …

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