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The Spring 2015 Issue of the Insider Magazine.

Fire at Stengel Field

Fire at Stengel Field

It's been a hot week in the Glendale College neighborhood. A brushfire burned for several hours Thursday and Stengel Field, scheduled for demolition this month, caught fire yesterday afternoon. The bleacher area in the stadium at 1601 Canada Blvd. was reported to be burning around 4:30 p.m. Thirty...  Read More »

June 23, 2015

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Campus Police Issue Smoking Citations

May 28, 2015

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ASGCC Results Offer Possible Change

May 28, 2015

Winners of the spring...  Read More »

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Inspiring a New Generation of Journalists

May 14, 2015

High school and college...  Read More »

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Protest on Campus

May 13, 2015

Breona Vaughn holds...  Read More »

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ACE Awards, Dodger Night Give Back to Glendale

ACE Awards, Dodger Night Give Back to Glendale

Danielle Nail, Staff Writer

Glendale residents gathered at Dodger Stadium for the fourth annual Glendale Dodger Night on May 15. The event was preceded by the Athletics with Character and Ethic Awards at Glendale City Hall, where student athletes and coaches from Glendale were honored. Alex Leon,...  Read More »

May 28, 2015

Trustees Honor Women’s Tennis

Nicolas Rincon, Staff Writer

The Lady Vaqs Tennis team was honored at the monthly Board of Trustees meeting on May 19 for winning the college’s first Western State Conference Championship. Head Coach Deo Sy and the entire team were on hand as President David Viar called each athlete’s name. As...  Read More »

May 28, 2015

Vaqueros End the Spring Season on a High Note

Aimee Yeghyian Beck, Sports Editor

Multiple GCC sports teams have been honored after impressive seasons. Track and Field GCC pole vaulter and Western State Conference champion Jeremy Kimmer vaulted his way to the Southern California Championship title on Saturday at the...  Read More »

May 14, 2015

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Depression Does Not Deserve Social Stigma

Danielle Nail, Staff Writer

I had my first experience with depression when I was 18, during my first semester in college. After numerous events converged simultaneously, I couldn’t sleep and I...  Read More »

May 28, 2015

Understanding Lupus: An Unusual Disease

Understanding Lupus: An Unusual Disease

Justin Mathay, Staff Writer

My mother, Raquel Mathay, 60, is a grandmother of three and a mother of four. Despite her energetic and blissful attitude, she was diagnosed with lupus in 2008, experiencing side effects...  Read More »

May 28, 2015

Campus Commemorates Memorial Day

Campus Commemorates Memorial Day

Justin Mathay, Staff Writer

Students, faculty, and veterans saluted the American flag in honor of veterans and fallen soldiers, gathering in Plaza Vaquero on Thursday. Sponsored by the GCC Veterans...  Read More »

May 28, 2015

Scholars Program Director Gives Attention to Detail

Nicolas Rincon, Staff Writer

Michael Harnett, an English and Humanities professor, entered his second year as the Scholars Program Director with one goal: bringing the Scholars Program to the foreground of the Glendale...  Read More »

May 28, 2015

Retirees Look Back, Plan Future

Retirees Look Back, Plan Future

Aimee Yeghiayan Beck, Sports Editor

Schools are only as good as the faculty within them. This year, GCC will lose many faculty members that have been an integral part of the campus community. From professors to administrators,...  Read More »

May 28, 2015

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