Coronavirus Forces Cancelation of Spring Sports

Anthony Gharib, Staff Writer

April 2, 2020

This past week saw an increase of precaution around the country as a result of the coronavirus. Schools began to move online, workers were advised to stay home if possible and professional sports leagues across the country foll...

New Dates for the Olympics

Elone Safaryan, Associate Sports Editor

April 2, 2020

After the 2020 Olympics were postponed last week, an agreement was finally reached. On Monday, the IOC, government officials and the International Paralympic Committee decided to hold the Olympic Games from July 23 to August ei...

COVID-19: Resources to Help

Eduardo Carreño, Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

In these hard times contending with a  worldwide pandemic, it may be hard for people to have access to certain amenities. Costco and local supermarkets have reported issues with shortages, brought on by hoarding. Luckily...

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 ...

What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

March 29, 2020

On the Brink of a Recession?

Eian Gil, Staff Writer

March 28, 2020

Unemployment rates around the country have skyrocketed due to the COVID-19 virus, after the measures adopted by a majority of state governments to help stymie the spread of the virus has created a whole new set of problems for...

Deadly Dangers of Fentanyl

Tanya Ruiz, Staff Writer

March 24, 2020

  The United States continues to fight the opioid crisis and deaths related to drug overdose, which remains a constant battle amongst Americans. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) website, b...

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...

Testing 1,2,3

A. Heimer, Staff Writer

March 24, 2020

Because of the shortage of tests for Covid-19, the only number we can be somewhat sure of is the death toll. The lack of testing will allow the virus to spread undetected.  Due to a tragicomedy of errors, the US, the wealthie...

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...