To jumpstart the campus from its usual Friday slumber, the ASGCC had students, faculty and even President David Viar shake it down to “Uptown Funk” on March 20.
With aspirations to advertise the college through social media as a fun and lively place, Students Services... READ MORE »»
Student Services Technician Suzanna Sargsyan leads students, friends and faculty in a choreographed remix of Uptown Funk. Media Arts students were on hand to film the event on Monday at Plaza Vaquero..
The women’s tennis team finally got over the hump and captured their first Western State Conference Championship after defeating Santa Barbara City College 6-3 March 24.
SBCC handed Glendale a rare loss in their first meeting, but the Lady Vaqs rebounded by winning... READ MORE »»
TENNIS STARS: The Lady Vaqs have won the first Western State Conference Championship in GCC history.
The Glendale Community College’s theater arts department strives for success on their re-envisioned interpretation of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” which premieres tomorrow at 8 p.m. in Glendale College’s auditorium.
Matt Foyer, the performance instructor/director,... READ MORE »»
SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION: Cast members Angela Thompson, Jared Ogassian and Michael Ashby star in “Much Ado About Nothing.”
GCC political science Professor and Job Placement Center Director Andra Hoffman won Seat 1 in the Los Angeles Community College District elections of March 3. The official results were announced on March 20.
Elected to office, Hoffman will serve as a member of the Board... READ MORE »»
THE WINNER: Student Services Technician Sharis Davoodi and newly elected Andra Hoffman attend a career panel on March 23.
The board of trustees passed a resolution last September that officially recognized April 2015 as a “Month of Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide of 1915.” A series of events and lectures taking place on campus throughout the month will commemorate the centennial... READ MORE »»
Last weekend, the Glendale Police Department placed second in their division in the Baker to Vegas Relay Race, with a final time of 15:54:00. For the 27th year, the Glendale Police Department... Read More »
As the season winds down, Coach Eddie Lopez is excited about the direction the men’s and women’s track teams are headed in. The season has resulted in new personal records for several events.
“The spread relays have really improved. We are ranked third in the 4x4... Read More »
GCC’s Men’s Golf Team is off to a great start. “We began this season on a much better note than last year,” said Coach Todd Tyni. This season, the team is “3rd and 4th in the conference standing after the first few matches.”
Even with an injured player... Read More »
Tony Tartaglia thought he was done with politics after running for the Glendale City Council in 2001. However, when there was a resignation on the Glendale Board of Trustees in 2006, he saw it as an opportunity to benefit the college, both through fiscal responsibility and by setting policies. He was... Read More »
Susan Arnall, 50, a candidate for the GCC Board of Trustees, said she knows what students need. She has lived in Glendale for 20 years and has seven children, including five enrolled in the Glendale Unified School District.
“I can provide a fresh perspective and a new approach to examining... Read More »