El Vaquero

Did Spotify Predict My Breakup?

Clint Black, Entertainment Editor

October 16, 2017

In an attempt to hear just what’s going on in those earbuds of yours, I candidly and slightly hesitantly invite you into mine. This curated El Vaquero playlist, depending on your interaction with our social media platforms,...

Caution: Don’t Feed the Social Media Behemoth

El Vaquero Editorial

October 16, 2017

When bad things happen, people rush to social media. They share their thoughts. Share their photos. They get into arguments on the public platform. Whether it’s in the aftermath of a violent mass shooting or about the death...

Las Vegas Coverage: A Media Frenzy

October 16, 2017

Covering man-made disasters isn’t easy. Beyond the obvious emotional shock, there’s a need to be first with information. That often means bad information is being put out in the first hours after something happens. It also...

‘Late Night’ Impact

Rudy Guijarro, Contributing Writer

October 16, 2017

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) ratings have soared, averaging 10 million viewers every night after introducing their Donald Trump parody doppelgänger Alec Baldwin, according to Forbes. Meanwhile Donald Trump’s approval...

A ‘Battle’ Worth Watching

Adriana Garcia, Contributing

October 16, 2017

At first glance, “Battle of the Sexes” looks like another addition to the plethora of contemporary films and television shows dedicated to the sudden surge in feminist content. But directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris...

Lots to Love in ” 30 -Love ”

Clint Black, Entertainment Editor

October 16, 2017

Film by former GCC debate coaches touches subject of grief It won’t come as a surprise to see the halls of Glendale Community College sprinkled throughout the film “30-Love” once you realize it was co-written by, and...

Understanding Transfer Process

Nare Garibyan, Academic: Counselor

October 16, 2017

Transfer Season is Upon Us By: Counseling, Student Services When community college students hear the word “transfer,” several reactions occur. Some students feel uneasy, nervous not to make a mistake on their applications....

La Tuna Blaze Contained

Vee Lind, Staff Writer

October 4, 2017

La Tuna Blaze Contained Fire devastates Glendale and surrounding communities More than 7,000 acres were burnt in early September after a fire broke out it La Tuna Canyon, according to Los Angeles Fire Department officia...

Community Gives Back With Pack a Backpack Drive

Rudy Guijarro, Staff Writer

October 4, 2017

Glendale is known for its glamorous city life, flashy cars and ritzy shopping centers. There is no wonder it has the nickname “The Jewel City.” But in the midst of Glendale’s prosperity there is a little known, but always s...

Beloved Vaquero passes away after battle with cancer

Ken Allard, Editor- In- Chief

October 4, 2017

For many, the news of the passing of Ruben Cuevas came as a shock. Cuevas, who worked at Glendale Community College in the Admissions and Records Office for over 18 years, died on Aug. 21 after a long battle with pancreatic...

Estudiantes Unidos Enters Third Year

Adriana Garcia, Staff Writer

October 4, 2017

Estudiantes Unidos Enters Third Year Program aimed at helping ‘Latinx’ community continues to evolve Glendale Community College’s Multicultural and Community Engagement Center entered its third year of the Estudiantes...

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