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By Emily Csukardi This spring, the art department of Glendale Community College will be giving students an opportunity to discover art outside of the classroom. From March 4 to March 28, the fine art professors of GCC will be hosting a Faculty Art Exhibition within the Student Union. The exhibition…

By Stacy Damitio Deaf culture finds itself well represented within the classrooms of Glendale Community College. Currently, there are 30 deaf students enrolled in classes, and one deaf student enrolled at GCC’s North campus. “[GCC] has the second largest population of deaf students in the district; we have for a…

By Stacy Damitio Nestled between the buildings on the West side of Glendale Community Colleges main campus, there is a small tight-knit community of kindred spirits. They are all working towards the same goal; to overcome a physical disability and stay active. The Adapted Fitness Center caters to adults who…

By Stacy Damitio Civil and economic liberties are the cornerstone of America’s foundation, and with the high pitched tumultuous political climate, some college students have started to speak out about their concerns.   Young Americans for Liberty was started nationally in 2008, and now has over 300 active groups on…

By Stacy Damitio Living in America, it comes as no surprise to hear a variety of languages being spoken throughout the day. There is however, a language spoken amongst some, yet unheard by most. Sign language enables those who are deaf the ability to communicate with each other, and if…

By Gerardo Yepez The morning of Feb. 16, Glendale Community College held a writer’s workshop in the Language Arts Building, room 141. Entering the quiet room, students were scattered about, but no big groups could be seen. A couple minutes passed and a few more people started coming in. The…

By Gerardo Yepez “A Good Day to Die Hard” was released Feb. 14, staring Bruce Willis making his return to the role of John McLane. In “A Good Day to Die Hard” John McLane who has retired from being a cop who wants nothing more than to enjoy the rest…

by Pete Dorris   With the basketball season coming to a near close, the Glendale Community College Gauchos Played host to Eastern Arizona Monsters on Feb. 9. The Gauchos played the Monsters on Jan. 2, on the road, but were unable to get the win. They lost 75-67. This gives…

by Pete Dorris   Superstitions with players and fans are big in the sporting world, especially when it comes to a team winning a game and the player playing well. “I have always worn the same player’s jersey every game that I watch them play,” said Tim O’Conner. “It has…

By Emily Csukardi “PAT WAGGY WANTS TO LIVE! HELP HER COME TO LIFE!!!” Upon scrolling through Valley band North Dakota’s Kickstarter fundraising website, these two sentences demand onlooker’s attention. For the three-piece Tempe-based band, “PAT WAGGY” stands as the title for their upcoming first vinyl LP, as well as the…