Opinion: Questions continue to mount over Benghazi attack

by Stacy Damitio In the months since the attack on the consulate in Libya on Sep. 11, more and more questions have been raised. With very few of them being answered. It is clear however, that despite what the United States Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice said on five Sunday morning news shows,…

GGQ Column: How to handle rejection

by Eli Graham This column goes out to the gentlemen of Glendale, and more specifically, Glendale Community College for dating advice and other suggestions. Those who have been selected for data retrieving questionnaires and informative quotes will have the option of having his or her name changed at their written or verbal expressed consent. We want to protect…

Green Efforts says: Go green and save our environment!

by Esther Juarez America Recycles Day was celebrated on Nov. 15, intended to make an emphasis on the importance of reducing scarcity of natural resources. The Sidewalk Art Contest, which was a fun, creative and innovative event at GCC, promoted awareness for many students celebrating their involvement. The event started at 8 a.m., with judging…

Veterans honored at GCC and throughout Valley

by Stacy Damitio Extended weekends are welcomed by all with open arms. People use them to spend time with friends and family, or sleeping in just a little later. Veteran’s Day was originally started to honor WWI veterans, and over the years has blossomed to encompass all veterans from all wars. No matter their race…

Empty Bowls event helps feed the community

by Jennifer Jeske The Empty Bowl Project is an annual fundraiser which was started by a group of potters to raise money to help feed the hungry. On Nov. 14, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., students and faculty had the opportunity to purchase a bowl to help stop hunger. The event was held outside,…