The NBA Finals

Alexander Sampson, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

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With the NBA postseason coming to a close, nothing too interesting has happened at all in retrospect. An NBA fan could have easily predicted our current Conference Finals match-ups from before the season even started. Russel...

We Rise Los Angeles

We Rise Los Angeles

June 4, 2018

A Day in Venice Beach

Belinda Oldrati, Production Editor

June 4, 2018

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What is life in Los Angeles without a trip to the beach every once in a while? A safe spot for having a good time any day of the week is Venice Beach. The atmosphere is unique, with people from all cultures in one place, hangin...

HSP- It’s Like Having Superpowers

James Ojano-Simonsson, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

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“Cry baby,” “drama queen,” “you better toughen up,” “don’t take it so personal,” “why do yo get so easily offended?” are some of the phrases a highly sensitive person might hear during his/her lifetime. &...

Foods of East L.A.

Carolina Diaz, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

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What is a good way to bring people together? Food! In the county of Los Angeles, there are many cities that have various cultures and traditions that are incorporated in their dishes. If you ever want to experience authentic...

Thoughts of GCCs International Students

James Ojano-Simonsson, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

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Glendale Community College emphasizes a “strong tradition and commitment to educating students from other countries.” The website adds that “during a typical Academic Year, the College will enroll approximately 550 to 600...

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