GCC Wraps Up It’s Annual Pack-a-Backpack Drive

Natalie Casey, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

GCC’s Multicultural & Community Engagement Center (MCEC) just finished it’s ninth annual “Pack-a-Backpack” drive for homeless children. GCC partnered with the School on Wheels organization. The drive started on Ju...

International Students Get Guidance Through Club

Tatiana Pak, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

One of the greatest things a college can offer besides quality education is the opportunity to join student clubs. These clubs are the foundation of friendships, provide a platform for meetings to plan activities, and ultimatel...

El Vaquero Looks at the Best Deals in Women’s Magazine

Annie Otsuka

October 1, 2019

El Vaquero looked for the best deals in subscriptions to women’s fashion magazines. These niche magazines are already making a lot of money with the bulk of advertisements in their pages, so they are able to offer their magaz...

Campus’ Fresh Offerings

Annie Ostuka, Staff Writer

September 24, 2019

The new semester blows fresh options towards campus. Have you already had boba from It’s Boba Time on Verdugo Road? As you might have noticed in the first few weeks of this semester, GCC facilities have changed a lot from the pre...

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...

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