The NBA Starts To Heat Up

Anthony Gharib, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

With roughly 20 games remaining in this exciting NBA season, there is no shortage of drama and questions to be answered.  Are the Clippers finally a threat? Can LeBron steal another MVP award in his 17th year? Will Zi...

A ‘Special’ Occasion

Samantha Decker, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Any avid soccer player knows there is no feeling like the one on the field. There’s the thrill of working the ball down as a team, dribbling around defenders, the grass stains that are worn with pride from a slide-tac...

Olympics 2020: Is Japan Ready?

Eisho Shiroma, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

It’s less than 14 months be- fore the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo. From the July 24 to Aug. 9 of next year, Japan will enjoy the many benefits of hosting this event, which is expected to bring a massive ec...

LeBron James is Wrong About China

Anthony Gharib, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

Colin Kaepernick. Muhammed Ali. LeBron James?  For decades, athletes have stood up to political injustices and spoken up about problems that affect them directly. From the Vietnam War to police brutality, there has been no...

Analysis: GCC’s Sports in Review

Elone Safaryan, Associate Sports Editor

November 7, 2019

Men’s Football After weeks of way below average play, the football team finally did it. They got their first win. In a real barn burner of a game, as Glendale managed to defeat the much less impressive Compton with a score o...

Analysis: GCC Sports Issue Recap

Elone Safaryan, Associate Sports Editor

October 2, 2019

Men’s Football So far, the men’s football team has been off to a shaky start. Their first game against Antelope Valley ended in a score of 27-21. The Vaqs then went on to lose to Pasadena City and Moorpark by scores of 35-7...

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