A Wrap on Women’s History Month

Brenda Valenzuela, Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

For centuries history books have shown more focus on men’s accomplishments, leaving many of women’s struggles and achievements in the dark. It was not until recently that the women throughout history have started to become ...

Counseling Center at GCC Offers Aid

Naima Hassan, Staff Writer

March 24, 2020

There are many issues commonly experienced by college students that can lead to stress and depression. Some of the common stress triggers for students are not doing well academically, financial issues and feeling overloaded f...

No Rest for The Weary

No Rest for The Weary

March 21, 2020

College Grapples With COVID-19 Realities

Natalie Casey, Staff Writer

March 18, 2020

News of COVID-19 is rapidly changing and evolving, leaving GCC students and people across the nation in a state of confusion. In an announcement made via email on Monday, March 16 by David Viar, president of GCC, students were informed that...

A Legend to Remember

A Legend to Remember

March 12, 2020

Mind of The Master

Mind of The Master

March 10, 2020

The Evolution of Politics

Anthony Gharib, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

It’s a cool day in Philadelphia as you embark on your daily walk through Washington Square. The sunset is gleaming off the buttons of your new wool coat. The wind is testing the strength of your tricorn hat.  However, ...

LA Becomes A Hub For More Stadiums, Sporting Events

Gabe Ponce, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

One of the biggest announcements was made in 2015: after the City of Angels lacked a football team for two decades, that would finally change with Los Angeles becoming home to the Rams again, joined by the Chargers in 2016. A new ...

2 Psychology Courses See Instructor Changes

Victoria Bochniak, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

More than 60 psychology students from two courses were left without an instructor at the start of the Spring 2020 semester, as an adjunct professor left without notice and caused department staff to search for replacements for ...

Review: “The Invisible Man”

Natalie Casey, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

It looks like Universal is awakening their monsters from the vault, and doing it right this time. Director Leigh Whannell reinvents “The Invisible Man” with his take on the classic story. The lead character is not the invis...

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