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Auburn University Marching Band Practices at GCC

El Vaquero Staff
January 13, 2014

The Auburn University Marching Band stopped by Sartoris Field on Jan. 4 for a practice session prior to their BCS National Championship game appearance in Pasadena against Florida State. Due to one of the eight band busses having mechanical problems on the way to Glendale the practice was both started... Read more »

International Students Choose the U.S.

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Araks Terteryan, Staff Writer
December 5, 2013

With so many study abroad programs available all over the world, why do students choose to study in United States? The number of international students at colleges and universities throughout the United States has increased over the past several years. “In my native country, if you have an American... Read more »

Coming to America

Araks Terteryan, Staff Writer
December 5, 2013

When I first stepped onto this campus and saw a male student with baggy pants and a T-shirt with a skateboard tucked under his arm I fully realized that I wasn’t in Moscow anymore. When I was 17, after graduating from high school in 2011 I had made my dream come true by entering the Moscow State University... Read more »

Xbox One vs. PS4

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Jonathan Caballeros, Staff Writer
December 5, 2013

  Xbox One With over a million units sold in a day, the Xbox One is flying off store shelves, taking gaming and entertainment to new limits for families and gamers alike. The Xbox One goes beyond gaming, having the ability to play the latest games, while being the media center in any room. Connecting... Read more »

GCC Hiking Trails A Hidden Adventure

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Alexander Davis, Staff Writer
December 4, 2013

The climb is treacherous. The trails disappear into thick brush if a wrong turn is taken. At the top, the hustle and bustle of campus is drowned out by the roar of the Glendale Freeway. The hiking trails beyond campus are not easy to climb, but they provide access to a wildlife preserve only minutes... Read more »

Environmental Club Tours Rosemont Preserve

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Araks Terteryan, Staff Writer
November 6, 2013

Members of the GCC Environmental Club and their children explored the Rosemont Preserve Saturday morning to learn about the plants surrounding their living area. There are 7.75 acres of wilderness land at the top of Rosemont Avenue. A  local group of residents helps to steward the land and conduct programs... Read more »

Aleksi Baznekian: Alumni Designs and Curates the Joseph Keefe Herbarium

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Jane Pojawa, Production Manager
November 6, 2013

Aleksi Baznekian has an incredible eye for detail. As a botanist this is an asset, but as GCC’s Herbarium Curator it is a necessity. In the world of categorizing angiosperms (flowering plants), noticing tiny details in bracts and seed pods can make all the difference in accurate plant classification.... Read more »

Halloween Horror Nights – Exclusive Slideshow Coverage

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October 31, 2013

A GHASTLY AFFAIR: One might say that Universal Studios invented the horror film genre. Frankenstein, Wolfman, Dracula, the Mummy and the Creature from the Black Lagoon were all spawned by the twisted minds of Universal’s writers and directors. Now the studio continues the tradition with Halloween Horror... Read more »

Love Ride 30 Raises over $400,000 for USO

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Jonathan Williams, Sports Editor
October 30, 2013

The Love Ride roared out of Glendale Sunday morning after more than 4,000 people assembled between 6 and 10 a.m. for the ride up to Castaic Lake. Attendees gathered at the Glendale Harley-Davidson dealership on San Fernando Road at Brand Boulevard. Bikers, musicians and celebrities kicked off the celebration.... Read more »

Music Department Plays the Classics on Stage

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Aidan Rutten, Staff Writer
October 22, 2013

Several music department teachers performed an array of music for a packed house at Kreider Hall last Thursday. Each semester, members of the music department faculty gather to perform for students and other teachers. Admission is free, but the show is not that long. Marine Ter-Kazaryan, music professor,... Read more »

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