Say It Right

Manifa, Baghomian

October 19, 2020

Our names hold a lot of power, and when they are mispronounced it hurts. An unusual name typically makes a child in grade school the target of teasing or bullying. Among immature peers and teachers who aren’t paid enough, littl...

GCC’s Food Pantry Re-Opens for Contactless Pickup

Eian Gil, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 13, 2020

GCC’s food pantry has recently announced  that they are once again open for students who  need  food, now offering optional hygienic kits and contactless pickup. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the new ap...

Business Club Hosts Women In Business Zoom Meeting

Eian Gil, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 12, 2020

GCC’s business club hosted a wide range of female entrepreneurs and business owners to discuss their own success, and some of the obstacles they had to overcome as women in male-dominated fields on Sept. 24.  Social an...

GCC Students to Receive Refunds for Purchase of Parking Permits

Eian Gil, Co-Editor-In-Chief

October 5, 2020

In his last letter to students on Oct. 2, Dr. David Viar spoke on a wide assortment of issues relevant to GCC students and offered updates on new resources at the college, including the option of obtaining a refund for a previo...

GCC & El Vaquero Welcomes Students Back for The Fall Semester

Eian Gil, Victoria Bochniak, Co-Editors

September 8, 2020

       This fall semester El Vaquero and its new staff would like to welcome back all students for a new semester full of new challenges that we will all face collectively.         Te...

5 Shows to Watch on Netflix

Naima Hassan, Staff Writer

June 10, 2020

Since we are all at home during these times and  more bored than usual, El Vaquero made a list of five shows you can stream on Netflix. Museums, movie theaters, bars, and restaurants are still closed and we all need some for...