Student Equity: Spotlighting the Members

Eduardo Carreño, Senior Production Manager

September 24, 2019

Our three Student Equity Learning Communities — Black Scholars, Guardian Scholars, and La Comunidad — are designed to provide a supportive and safe environment for students by granting a sense of belonging and community on ...

Global Climate Strike Week: By Anthony Heimer & Afroditi Kontos

A. Heimer & Afroditi Kontos, Staff Writer and Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2019

“We who live in places where you are allowed to strike and protest have a moral obligation to do it. If not for yourself, then for those who cannot,” said Greta Thunberg, the Swedish climate activist who’s been named as...

Ready to Shrill

Tatian Pak, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

The original Hulu comedy show “Shrill” has been breaking barriers and shining light on a common issue, with a 91 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, the show portrays the struggles of a fat woman, and how “fat” is just another word, not...

Update on the Addition to the Verdugo Gym

Jonathan Vargas, Sports Writer

May 22, 2019

Glendale Community College always seems to have some sort of construction project going on. The GCC campus is a never-ending story when it comes to creating new buildings or remodelling old ones. The campus had the Sierra Vista...

Save the Date: Nutrition Conference

Marian Sahakyan, Editor-in-Chief

May 2, 2019

To spread awareness about the Nutrition program at Glendale Community College, the department will host its first and possibly annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo on May 10, which will highlight the importance of healthy ea...

Filipino Culture on Campus

Gabby Duga, Staff Writer

April 2, 2019

  Growing up in a Filipino household in America, my mom always cooks a lot of savory and delicious Filipino food, from breakfast until supper. Filipino food reminds us of our homeland and its rich heritage, which we hav...

Helping Hands

Alin Pasokhian, Web Editor

April 2, 2019

Bringing in a truckload of food, Glendale Community College’s Food for Thought Pantry held its first delivery of the 2019 spring semester on March 5. The Food Pantry has only been around a short while. In fact, it’s only nea...

Academic Reminder: Scholarships

Yesenia Thomson, Copy Editor

March 22, 2019

Known as “transfer season,” the spring semester can be a time of great stress for college students. Burnt out from fall and broke from the holidays, the last thing most of us have in mind are scholarship deadlines popping u...