Category: A & E

by Sarah Box Most people have seen the crazy hectic movie, Back to the Future, about the time jumping to some point in the future or past. With the new movie, Project Almanac, released on Jan. 30—viewers get to see exactly that. This science fiction movie, directed by Dean Israelite, has very little major disappointments. …

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By Sarah Box Glendale Community College supports all careers and encourages students to find an artistic skill. Art shows allow students and art professionals’ different views on the talents of other artists. Willis ‘Pete’ Peterson, a longtime professional photographer, joined his daughter Cynthia Peterson in an art show hosted by GCC to showcase their artistic …

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By: Emily Balli In late February and early March, Glendale Community College theatre will be putting on the first ever production of play, “Lessons of Crime and Punishment.” The play was written by playwright and Communication and World Languages Department faculty member Kirt Shineman. The play tells a story about university English teacher Jackie Derokowsky …

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by Danny Bush The Super Bowl is here. It doesn’t last but three short, action-packed hours and it’s expensive. Fundamentally, nearly every student lacks necessary funds to do more than watch the game on TV. Luckily, there are several events in the metropolitan area that are made for celebrating the big day – on a …

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by Meret Patrenos With chains around their wrists, they held ‘For Sale’ and ‘For Rent’ signs, students stood on a platform offering themselves up for sale symbolically. GCC’s Amnesty International hosted the ‘Human Trafficking Week’ to bring awareness to our community about a very real problem that is affecting us now. The event was made possible …

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Posted on: December 11, 2014 | Author: Ingrid Sanora
Categories: A & E

by Meret Patrenos Outside the Student Union chairs were lined up in front of a podium, and exotic music was playing. Staff from the library were standing by a table stacked with books, literature that have been banned at one point either from individual schools, individual libraries, or even whole towns, states, and even countries. …

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Posted on: December 11, 2014 | Author: Jessica Snyder
Categories: A & E