Community Pulls Together in a Show of Solidarity With a Shaken Nation

Jennifer Bernardo
El Vaquero Editor-in-Chief

September 13, 2001

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Although the city and California was not a target of terrorist attacks on Tuesday, citizens reeled as they come to grips with the surreal events. Glendale City Hall cancelled all council meetings on Tuesday and held two em...

Math, Science Classes to Benefit from Awarded Grant

Michael J. Arvizu
El Vaquero Staff Writer

September 13, 2001

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The Glendale Community College supplemental instruction department, one of the largest in the nation, has received a $25,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to enrich the SI program for math and sciences classes. The...

Pipeline Grant Aims to Raise Transfer Numbers

Tania Chatila
El Vaquero Staff Writer

September 4, 2001

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Glendale Community College, in partnership with California State University at Northridge, has received a $3-million Title V Cooperative Grant to assist students moving from high school through community college and on to a four-year...

Park-and-Ride Service Seeks to Alleviate Parking Woes

Julie Pircher
Special to El Vaquero

September 4, 2001

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Students can save money and the hassle of finding parking on campus by using the park-and-ride shuttle service, which will be available this fall at half the price of a regular parking permit. For $22.50 students can park at...

Construction Underway for Science Center

Michael Konigsberg
El Vaquero Staff Writer

September 4, 2001

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Hundreds of feet of chain link fence wrapping the GCC science buildings signal a new round of construction for the campus, after a brief intermission following a building project last that yielded a new student center and plaza. ...

Beloved Social Science Instructor, Civic-Minded Glendale Resident Succumbs to Heart Disease

Jennifer Bernardo
El Vaquero Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2001

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Former GCC Professor of Sociology Mark A. Doyle died July 24 from congestive heart failure at the age of 78. Doyle taught sociology, anthropology and gerontology, and served as a professor in the social science division from...

Unterman, Former Chair of Business Division, Dies at 52

Jennifer Bernardo
El Vaquero Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2001

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Former Business Division Chair, Bob Unterman died Aug. 19 after a long battle with a debilitating neurological disorder that kept him away from GCC for three semesters. Unterman, 52, served in the business division from 19...

GCC Fights to Restore Funds Cut From Budget

Jamie Gadette
El Vaquero Staff Writer

July 3, 2001

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On July 26, Gov. Gray Davis slashed $126 million in community college funding as part of a statewide 2001-2002 budget cut. The move was made in an effort to alleviate debts attributed to California's recent energy crisis an...

Proposed Bond Measure Aims to Finance Campus Construction, Parking Expansion

ERIC ADAMS
El Vaquero Staff Writer

May 10, 2001

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Attempting to capitalize on increased voter approval of capital improvement bonds, GCC is investigating the possibility of a large bond measure for the near future. Written in 1990 and published in 1992, Glendale Community Co...

Campus Improvements Considered

WENDI L. VAUGHN
El Vaquero Staff Writer

May 10, 2001

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The Campus Development Committee has finally heard the students' requests for more parking, more food services, and a better football field. The committee is planning on constructing seven new building projects, although at...

GCC Workshop Focuses on Children with Autism

MICHAEL KONIGSBERG
El Vaquero Staff Writer

May 10, 2001

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Glendale College's Child Development Center's hosted teachers from the community May 5 at the Children with Special Needs Consortium. Inconspicuously poised atop "Cardiac Hill," the center is a laboratory school that trains GC...

City Flag Lowered in Face of Controversy

JAMIE LITTLEFIELD
El Vaquero Staff Writer

May 10, 2001

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After months of letters, controversy, and political proclamations, the American flag was lowered to half-staff over Glendale City Hall last month in commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. The flag controversy is nothing ne...

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