Ask Aggie: Involvement at GCC Makes a Difference

Agnessa Kasumyan, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017

Filed under Column, Opinion

Dragging my feet up the steps of campus on my first day of post-prison (high school) education, my feet were weighed down with dread and reluctance. I looked at the teal railings in distaste, dubbing the chips in the bland pai... Read more »

The Man Who Would be King

The Man Who Would be King

November 14, 2016

Are you controlling the Internet, or is the Internet controlling you?

Tina Fernestam, Staff Writer

June 2, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The internet is always there for us (well, with a stable Wi-Fi connection.) You can say that we are too controlled by the internet, through our phones, computers, tablets or other devices. It’s almost like a job. We feel like... Read more »

It Ain’t Swede: What does that even mean?

Tina Fernestam, Staff Writer

June 1, 2016

Filed under Column, Opinion

This semester, my goal was to give readers some insight on the difference between Sweden and America, especially when it comes to food, weather and unwritten laws.  Now, I’d like to take a moment to point out the biggest dif... Read more »

I Really Hate Moving

Arpy Zargarian

May 23, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I’ve been struggling to find the words to express my feelings about the idea of moving. I definitely feel a fiery urge to knock down the real estate sign hanging so surely in front of my house. I’ve also been finding it hard... Read more »

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