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Eating Disorders : A Cause for Concern

Nikki Nagrone, Staff Writer
March 5, 2014

There are hidden dangers on college campuses across the country that can affect anyone, regardless of gender, age or race. They are called eating disorders, which come in many forms and often hide in plain sight. a report released in February by the National Institute of Mental Health states that 25... Read more »

Health Center Helps Students Learn Safe Sex Choices


Alexandria Diaz, Staff Writer
March 4, 2014

Sex. It comes with pleasure and consequence, yet many avoid talking about it. If students are new to the act of sex and feel uncomfortable talking about it, they can get free confidential advice at the health center. Sharon Horejsi, a registered nurse who works on campus, said there is no topic they... Read more »

Engineering Students’ Bots Clash


Lucas Yepez, Staff Writer
March 4, 2014

Though not quite at the level of Real Steel or Wall-E, some of these robots built by students can serve functions in the medical field or even the Mars Rover mission. Mentors guide students as they build their own robots to compete in matches. Many of these students are the engineers of the future. Feb.... Read more »

Annual Faculty Alumni Dance Performance – Double Slideshow Coverage


El Vaquero Staff
January 14, 2014

The 2013 presentation of the annual performance featuring students of the Dance Production and Jazz Performance Skills classes with choreography by faculty, alumni, students and guests. Staff: Artistic directors Dora Krannig and Lynn McMurrey; production assistant Patt Paczynski; technical director Guido... Read more »

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.


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


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

Hiking trails around GCC

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


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 »

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