CSUN Degrees Offered at GCC

JEREMY CASABELLA
El Vaquero Staff Writer
May 19, 2005
Filed under News

A new program scheduled to begin in the fall semester and offered through CSUN and the Roland Tseng College of Extended Learning, will allow students who transfer, to attend their CSUN classes and attain their CSUN degrees while on campus at GCC. "We're trying to make it easier, especially for working ad...

CSUN Ranks High in Master’s Degrees Awarded to Latinos

ASON LAWRENCE
The Daily Sundial
California State
April 27, 2005
Filed under Collegiate News

A recent study from the National Center for Education Statistics ranked CSUN as one of the top universities in the nation in handing out master's degrees to Latinos, with a concentrated number of diploma recipients studying business, health and education. According to data from the N.C.E.S., CSUN rank...

GCC Alumn Lands Spot in Mexican Minor League

GCC Alumn Lands Spot in Mexican Minor League

Johnny Ruiz, Staff Writer
May 18, 2017
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

From the moment Angel Rodriguez, 23, stepped onto Stengel Field, he knew where he wanted his life to take him. Baseball is his passion and like every baseball player who has ever played the ultimate goal is making it to the big leagues. After getting his start at GCC, Rodriguez played at CSUN, got a fe...

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Ricardo Nuño

2016-2017

Ricardo enjoyed writing early on in his high school days and loved sports as well. When given the idea to become a sports writer by his high school teacher he jumped on the idea. Now enrolled at GCC he wants to major in journalism and transfer to CSUN and become a sports journalist. When he’s not wri...

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Arpy Zargarian

Arpy Zargarian

2015-2016

It is Arpy Zargarian’s third year at Glendale Community College. After taking a year off to study radio broadcasting in 2013, she returned to GCC to earn her Associates in Arts degree for Transfer (AA-T) in Journalism. She will be transferring to CSUN by fall 2016 where she will study Photojournalism....

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‘Boys of Spring’ Are Back in Swing at Stengel Field

‘Boys of Spring’ Are Back in Swing at Stengel Field

Sal Polcino, Staff Writer
January 21, 2016
Filed under Sports

The Vaqueros baseball team hopes to continue its winning ways in the 2016 season. The team has won four of the last five Western State Conferences and last season made it to the Super Regional playoffs where they lost to Orange Coast College in three games. Infielder Nick Wolyniec was voted WSC player of...

El Vaquero Alumna Wendy Grove Promotes GCC

Jack Morello, Staff Writer
June 5, 2015
Filed under alumni

Wendy Grove, Glendale College’s public information coordinator, wrote art opinions and other articles for El Vaquero in the late 1980s. She served as news editor and copy editor. An English major, she said she just felt happy editing copy. Her faculty adviser, Joe Thomas, was one of wisest, factual,...

Kinesiology Division Flexes its Muscles

Kinesiology Division Flexes its Muscles

Anahit Kardzhyan, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014
Filed under News

Kinesiology, the study of human movement,  is required in many fields, including sports and physical therapy, but little is know about its requirements or what the major actually entails. The kinesiology division held what they call a “Kinfo” Day on Friday afternoon, discussing the opportunities...

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Elie Georges

Elie Georges

2015-2016

Elie Georges has returned as News Editor at El Vaquero. After changing his major numerous times, he settled on Journalism at CSUN, with an emphasis in Public Relations. He hopes to thrive in the journalism industry but also holds aspirations for medical school. During his free time, Elie likes to...

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Vaqueros Track and Field Brings Home the Gold

Vaqueros Track and Field Brings Home the Gold

Jonathan Williams, Sports Editor
May 29, 2014
Filed under Sports

The Vaqueros track and field teams hit the finish line of a pinnacle season Sunday at the state championships at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut. Elizabeth Nelson passed the best runner in the country in the women’s 1,500-meter and Justice Shank leaped over a 5-foot-8 bar to secure the state title...

Baseball Sophomores Say Goodbye to Vaqueros

Baseball Sophomores Say Goodbye to Vaqueros

Kendall Faulkner, Staff Writer
May 29, 2014
Filed under Sports

When the Vaqueros baseball season came to an end on April 25, 16 sophomores stepped onto Stengel Field for the last time as Glendale College players. Sophomore catcher Cam Silva said, “We had guys from all sorts of different situations and backgrounds, but when we stepped on that field we were brothers.” Most...

Comedy Show Raises Funds for Mentor Program

Lucas Yepez, Staff Writer
May 15, 2014
Filed under Features

The SPARK Committee hosted a Comedy Night fundraiser Thursday in the student center, an event filled with laughter, entertainment and delicious food and drinks. The room, decorated with blue balloons, was full of people who were ready to be amused. SPARK, which stands for Students Providing Assistance,...

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