• Graduating Supermoms: Strolling Through GCC

    Graduating Supermoms: Strolling Through GCC

    Marian Sahakyan, Managing Editor

    June 4, 2018

    Strolling through GCC, the graduating supermoms To some, Glendale College wasn’t just another step, but a whole new beginning. To most, graduating from community college seems like no sweat; though it takes someone who has crossed the long, bumpy road, to frankly understand ‘the true struggle...

    Three graduating mothers pose with their kids. From left to right: Tamara Gregoryan, Armine Sahakyan, and Anna Sargsyan.

    Belinda Oldrati

  • Fighting Cancer, One Mile at a Time

    Fighting Cancer, One Mile at a Time

    Marian Sahakyan, Managing Editor

    May 17, 2018

    You often see him in the hallways of Glendale College or driving his golf cart around campus, giving out smiles and kindness everywhere he goes. Many don’t know his name or title, but remember him by his positive attitude and willingness to give back. Victor Leyva, the head of Facilities at GCC ...

    Victor Leyva poses before going on a morning bike ride to train for a marathon.

    Victor Leyva/ Courtesy Photo

  • Thousands of Armenians March for Justice

    Thousands of Armenians March for Justice

    Belinda Oldrati, Production Editor

    May 2, 2018

    For the 103rd anniversary of the Armenian genocide, thousands marched in the streets of Los Angeles on April 24 to demand official recognition by the United States and justice from Turkey. Just one day before the commemoration, the people of Armenia overthrew their totalitarian Prime Minister Serz...

    David Serobyan, 13-years-old, looks toward the crowd of protesters at the 103rd anniversary of the Armenian genocide.

    Belinda Oldrati

  • L.A. Unites in March for Our Lives

    L.A. Unites in March for Our Lives

    Belinda Oldrati, Production Editor

    April 4, 2018

    In the aftermath of the Parkland, Fla., mass shooting, over one million people across the country came together the morning of March 24 in hopes of putting an end to one of the biggest public health crises in the United States – gun violence. Loud chants by thousands of determined students and supporters...

  • Walking Out in Solidarity

    Walking Out in Solidarity

    Elena Jacobson, Staff Writer

    March 21, 2018

    Over 200 Glendale Community College students walked out of class on the morning of March 14 to protest gun violence and in memorial of the victims of the Parkland, Fla. mass shooting. Students gathered in Plaza Vaquero around the 17 empty desks adorned with white roses, red poppies and candles and l...

    Organizers put out 17 desks to remember the students and faculty kills in the Parkland, Fla., shooting massacre.

    Belinda Oldrati

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