Fifty-first student art show is making waves

GCC’s Art and Humanities Department will be holding the 51st annual Student Art Show on April 17 through May 3 in the Student Union. The Student Art Show reception was held April 17, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.  This exhibition is a good way for students from all over campus to come together and show off…

Fine Arts Department sponsors sugar skulls ceramics workshop

by Michael Arbizo Dia De Los Muertos is associated with beautiful and somewhat morbid depictions of death. It is a very influential theme at the end of Hispanic Heritage month which runs from Sept. 15 thru Oct. 15. The Fine Arts Department decided to intertwine both Hispanic Heritage month events and Dia De Los Muertos…

Student Life celebrates the Aztec roots of Hispanic Heritage

by Michael Arbizo Taco Tuesdays, tequila, and Tecate are what comes to mind for most students when they think about the contributions of Hispanic culture to everyday American life. But there is so much more to it than that. On Thursday, Sept. 15 the office of Student Life sponsored an educational event in honor of…

Astronomy professors helping students reach for the stars

There are kids who want to be cowboys, others want to be cops and some want to be astronaut and explore the universe. The latter can be said of Keith “Kilo” Watt, a theoretical astronomer and astronomy professor at Glendale Community College Professor Watt, or “Kilo” as he likes to be called, didn’t originally intend…

Women’s Leadership Group celebrates Women’s History Month

March 8 has been dedicated to honoring the achievements of women all over the world since 1911. Growing throughout the decades to Women’s History Week in 1980 and quickly to Women’s History Month by 1987, the event solidified the nations support for those women who paved the way for so many others before them. Glendale Community…