State Ballot Measures Propose Sweeping Changes

Morgan Stephens, Staff writer

September 15, 2016

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Measures regarding hot button issues such as gun control, legalization of marijuana and repealing the death penalty will be on the Nov. 8 ballot, which will be topped by the presidential and senatorial choices. A poll released... Read more »

New Faculty: New Year, New Members

Diane Roxas, Staff writer

September 15, 2016

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At the end of spring, the college said goodbye to 12 retiring staff members, but this semester GCC welcomes 25 new faces. This fall brings in a high number of new hires, most of whom have taught here as adjunct instructors. Naomi... Read more »

Changing How Students Learn

Nancy Villalobos, Staff Writer

June 1, 2016

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Students at Glendale Community College have a unique opportunity to enroll in English 101 classes that have an emphasis on certain majors and areas of interest. Contextualized Teaching and Learning (CTL) is an interactive way for... Read more »

Dangerous Trend Hits Busy Freeways

Stephanie Ramirez

May 23, 2016

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A new trend is hitting the waves on social media and it’s not going down too lightly with onlookers and authorities. This new dangerous trend is called the Freeway Challenge and it has gotten so big, that it even has its own... Read more »