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by Emily Balli In late February and early March, Glendale Community College theater will be putting on the first ever production of  “Lessons of Crime and Punishment.” Playwright and Communication and World Languages Department faculty member Kirt Shineman wrote the play. The play tells the story of university English teacher Jackie Derokowsky and how she …

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Posted on: April 6, 2015 | Author: Jessica Snyder
Categories: A & E

by Meret Patrenos “Children aren’t playthings” was stamped across a bubble-gum pink box with a doll-like girl inside. The girl stood with her eyes open, unresponsive, in her toy-box awaiting purchase. Sunday Feb. 1 was Super Bowl XLIX, and this week marked the arrest of nearly 600 people, and the rescue of 68 victims across …

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Posted on: April 6, 2015 | Author: Jessica Snyder
Categories: Features

by Lucas Bryner The Glendale Community College STEM club has planned an overnight trip to the Grand Canyon, including a visit to the meteor crater in Northern Arizona, a stop at Lowell Observatory and a lot of volunteer opportunities. “[STEM Club] allowed me to find a community that is passionate about the same things I …

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Posted on: April 6, 2015 | Author: Jessica Snyder
Categories: Lifestyles

by Jessica Snyder Dear Readers, This semester I have encountered a professor who has changed my perspective on many things, mainly on myself. I am pursuing a Public Relations degree and was afraid a required Video Production Technology class was going to get canceled, setting me back another semester. I decided to be proactive and …

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by Nick Colecchio This NBA season has been one of the most exciting in recent history. From a record 30 trades, to super-teams, to teams tanking for that number one pick in the draft, to the surprising storylines of the Atlanta Hawks and Golden State Warriors having the best record in their conferences. These last …

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Posted on: April 6, 2015 | Author: Jessica Snyder
Categories: Sports

by Jessica Snyder Joey & Gina’s opened last week in Peoria, near Arrowhead Harkins Theater. The original restaurant opened in 1937 in San Francisco. The idea behind starting the establishment was to offer quality food offered in large portions at a reasonable price. Through the years as Joey & Gina’s has expanded, they have remained …

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