Gauchos kick off new season despite dropping season opener

By Nick Spooner Sports Editor The Glendale Community College Gauchos where defeated, 21-14, by the Phoenix College Bears Aug. 26 in the season opener at Phoenix College. This was a tightly contested defensive battle; both teams had opportunities to take the lead down the stretch. The Gauchos’ defense even got a huge fourth down stop with…

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…

Prop 205 aims to make it legal to get high

by Michael Arbizo The whole nation waits in anticipation to see what changes will come from the November presidential elections. But the biggest changes will actually happen on local and state levels. General elections contain potential legislation that will affect us more directly. If certain measures are passed, we could see lots of change coming right…

Students take vote beyond two candidates

With Election Day approaching, media sources are filled with political propaganda attempting to persuade you to vote one way or another. Being bombarded with biased ads on television and voter registration volunteers on campus can cause students to steer away from politics and the entire voting process altogether. There are many reasons why eligible voters…

GCC host its annual Holocaust presentation

For seven years Holocaust specialist Paul Weiser has been invited to Glendale Community College to talk all things Holocaust. Weiser was once again welcomed by the Gauchos for his annual Holocaust presentation on Sept. 27 at 11:30 a.m. at the GCC Student Union. Students and faculty gathered in room SU-140D and SU-140E for what would…