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Editorial: Don’t Shoot the Messenger

Sal Polcino, Newsroom Manager

February 2, 2015

Social media has become a microcosm of societal concerns. Although fickle in its trends, one can quickly discern what’s supposedly wrong with the world... READ MORE »»

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Anti-War Activists Recall 1971 FBI Break-in

Agnessa Kasumyan, Editor-in-Chief

February 2, 2015

Four decades before Edward Snowden released classified National Security Agency documents that exposed massive government spying, a group of eight activists... READ MORE »»

Caption: GCC President David Viar serves as moderator in a Q&A with Betty Medsger, author of “The Burglary,” and Bonnie Raines, one of the activists who stole files from an FBI office in Media, Penn. in 1971

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Lady Vaqs Back in Swing with Hawk Wilder Tournament

Sal Polcino, Staff Writer

February 2, 2015

The annual Hawk Wilder Tournament at the Glendale Sports Complex last weekend signalled the opening of softball season. The Lady Vaqueros split their first... READ MORE »»

Caption: Lady Vaqueros pitcher Katie Bakhshian, right, winds up for a fastball against the Palomar Comets in the first game of the Hawk Wilder Tournament on Friday.

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Marilyn Manson Returns as the Pale Emperor

Eric Bourse, Staff Writer

February 1, 2015

After a series of inconsistent albums over the last decade, gothic rock band Marilyn Manson takes a new direction into the blues genre to deliver their... READ MORE »»

Caption: THE PALE EMPEROR: Manson is back with a new blues-oriented album.

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Rose Floats: Magic and Beauty Astound

Richard Kontas, Production Manager

February 1, 2015

The 126th annual Pasadena Tournament of Roses’ theme was “inspiring stories,” and paid tribute to the people of the community who “loved unconditionally,... READ MORE »»

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Culture on the Cheap: Many Venues Offer Free Days

Culture on the Cheap: Many Venues Offer Free Days

Jane Pojawa, El Vaquero Editor Emeritus

Thousands of Los Angeles County residents turned out for Museums Free for All Day last Saturday, taking advantage of free admission to 20 museums in the area. This well-publicized... read story

February 3, 2015 • 0 comments

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Inflammatory Posters Distributed at Several Campuses

Agnessa Kasumyan and Allison Perkins

Inflammatory posters titled “Students For Justice in Palestine” with the hashtag “Jew Haters” emblazoned on the bottom appeared throughout the college this week, prompting... read story

February 25, 2015 • 0 comments

Anti-War Activists Recall 1971 FBI Break-in

Anti-War Activists Recall 1971 FBI Break-in

Agnessa Kasumyan, Editor-in-Chief

Four decades before Edward Snowden released classified National Security Agency documents that exposed massive government spying, a group of eight activists called the Citizens’... read story

February 2, 2015 • 0 comments

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