Contact The Voice

Welcome to The Voice online, the webspace for The Voice student newspaper, a publication of Glendale Community College. Please use the dated links to visit posts with our stories, photos from GCC campus activities and athletic events, and other Glendale community news and highlights.

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To contact The Voice by mail, please write to: The Voice – HT2-125 c/o Glendale Community College, Glendale, AZ 85302.

You may call our newsroom at: 623-845-3822

Direct your faxes to: 623-845-3072

For advertising rates and insertion dates, please contact our Business Manager, at: 623-845-3820

For any other questions, comments or concerns, feel free to call Adviser Jenna Duncan: 623-845-3914

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2 thoughts on “Contact The Voice

  1. My name is Danielle Lopez. I was the costume designer for the show last semester of The Dyskolos! I was hoping to get some copies of pictures taken of the production. I am putting together a presentation of my designs. I have some photos but the quality of them aren’t so in focus. Any help is greatly appreciated and photos over email is great too hand copies arent’ required thanks again!
    Hope to hear back soon!

  2. My response to Noah Jaeger’s Christians do not always represent what they claim 4/23/14

    I enjoyed reading your article very much. It reminds that the world gets brighter , when I do something useful for some one else, speak up for principle in a group,
    or acknowledge someone else’s contribution after mine has been used up.

    My response to you about Christians and their representation.

    I believe Jesus lived without sin, with strength, love and discipline which is what his father God wanted him to contribute to the living, not the dead, through his life, not his death.
    The men who followed Jesus were not Christians, they were disciples and Jesus didn’t expect a proper representation from them, the church or anyone else.

    Luke 17:20 The Coming of the Kingdom of God
    Jesus said; The kingdom of God does not come with your careful observation, nor will people say, “here it is”, or “there it is” because the kingdom of God is within you.

    Martin Luther King Jr. says in his book Strength to Love Chp. 1 A Tough Mind & Tender Heart;
    Use your mind to its fullest capacity. Only through bringing together head and heart, intelligence and goodness, will man rise to fulfillment of his true nature.

    I say; What you believe is represented by how you treat others and what you contribute to the living in the light of consciousness, at the time you act, so do the next right thing.

    Yours Truly,
    Lisa Lou
    Glendale, AZ

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