The Veteran’s Service Center has been eyeing expansion since approximately January or February of this year, according to Chuck Pierce, the Director of Veteran’s Services on campus. Veteran’s Services has been integrated with the campus since (est.) the early 1970’s, making it one of the few outstanding driving forces of the GCC community. Currently, there …

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Posted on: September 4, 2015 | Author: Tina Daquilante
Categories: Campus Life

The Unidos Film Festival kicks off with Jon Coughlin, chief organizer, who is in prep-mode for the six-month affair. Last year’s theme was centered on the struggle for African-American civil rights. This year’s series, Unidos, which translates to “united” in Spanish, takes on the same approach, only with a different minority group. “Unidos seeks to …

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Posted on: September 4, 2015 | Author: Tina Daquilante

By Ingrid Sanora After a surprising amount of comments from a previous column, “HeForShe includes men in the feminism discussion,” this is a writer’s response to them. These are the comments: PolishKnight says: It’s amazing how Emma Watson and the proponents of this HeForShe campaign continue to fail to see how their very position illustrates …

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Posted on: May 7, 2015 | Author: Ingrid Sanora
Categories: Opinion
disney

by Devon Henry The wonderful world of Disney is coming to Glendale Community College, May 9 and 10. The Choirs of Glendale Community College will be performing “Relive the Magic,” a Disney-themed concert. Professor Kevin Kriegel, who is in his eighth year of being the choir director at GCC, has been holding themed concerts at …

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