Category: Campus Life

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 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 Valentine’s Day… a day that normally revolves around love, flowers and candy. But not for Aja Sanders. This Valentine’s Day, Sanders will be debuting a talk show on a local internet radio station. On the radio talk show, “Ladies of AZ,” Sanders will discuss a variety of topics with her mother and …

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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 Students here at GCC are accustomed to online learning and participation. This effort, fueled by the Learning Management System (LMS) called Canvas, is an integral part of faculty teaching and student learning. Its purpose is to aid students and teachers alike, but as students saw at the beginning of the semester, it’s …

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Knowledge Bowl arrives By Dani Horn Today, the Knowledge Bowl will be held in the Student Union. The competition is administered every semester by STEM club. It is a Jeopardy-style game in which participants can answer questions for cash that goes toward funding their club activities. “The top three clubs receive money in their GCC …

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Posted on: February 12, 2015 | Author: Dani Horn
Categories: A1 News Campus Life