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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…

by Danny Bush One can’t help but feel personally involved with the peaceful protests led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. while watching “Selma.” Based in Selma, Ala., this reiteration of the protests for unencumbered voting right for black citizens puts the audience in the shoes of protesters and police…

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…

By Dani Horn 1. Hula’s Modern Tiki’s Anti-Valentine’s Day- Gather your friends to burn photos of your ex’s in the fire pit of this swank bar/restaurant over specialty cocktails and appetizers. Then mingle with all the other fabulous singles. 2/14/2015 from 11a.m. to 1a.m. 2 locations at 4700 N. Central…

Poetry series returns to GCC By Dani Horn The Free Association Poetry Series returns to Glendale Community College’s campus Wednesday, Feb. 18 to deliver students an all new dose of rhythm and rhyme. The group features different types of spoken word performances by many noted poets. The event is also…

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…

by Seth Askelson The annual GCC alumni baseball game commenced on the Gauchos baseball field Jan. 24. This is the time where old players reconnect with their coaches and get their first look at the new team. “There’s a lot of old teammates I get to see, a lot of…

by Dani Horn Huge mounds of paper, bottles and various other discard will soon become part of the campus landscape. The heaps of bulging trash bags will be so large that they’ll have to be contained behind bright orange fencing so as to not spill over onto sidewalks and into…

by Dani Horn The City of Glendale will hold its annual chocolate festival next weekend at Murphy Park in Historic Downtown Glendale Jan. 30-31. “Some vendors do make their items on site and it’s neat to watch some of them; however, some vendors make their confections off-site and prepackage them,”…

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…