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Former President’s Legacy Seen Throughout Campus

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Jennifer Rodman, Staff Writer
September 11, 2014

Few people have such a lasting influence in people’s lives that their death elicits universal grief. With his flashy, booming Harley Davidson, former GCC president John Davitt would zoom into campus with gusto, his entrance as distinct and as powerful as his presence on campus. Davitt passed away on... Read more »

Welcome Back Vaqueros

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Anahit Kardzhyan, Staff Writer
September 9, 2014

Students gathered in Plaza Vaquero for Tuesday’s Welcome Back BBQ as ASGCC served them hot dogs, popcorn, and refreshments during lunch hour while entertaining them with music. The student body government has been hosting the Welcome Back BBQ for the past five years. Their goal is to keep students... Read more »

Students Advised to Apply For Financial Aid Early

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Melinda Ebrahimi, Staff Writer
September 9, 2014

One of the most dreaded experiences of starting a new semester is waiting in the notoriously long, tedious line at the financial aid office. According to Patricia Hurley, the associate dean and financial aid director, the long line outside of the office is largely due to procrastination, as students... Read more »

Retired, Long-Time GCC English Professor Dies

Emiliano Chavez, Staff Writer
September 9, 2014

One does not usually enter a classroom expecting to hear an instructor speak with a British accent. However, the charming accent was only one of the multitude of characteristics that defined former GCC professor John Craven, who passed away in August. Born in 1930 in Poona, India to missionary parents,... Read more »

Construction Gradually Nears Completion

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Melinda Ebrahimi, Staff Writer
September 9, 2014

As students rush back and forth from the hilltop parking lot to their classrooms, construction workers toil away in the sweltering heat to complete the Lab/College Services building, where  an open parking structure and the culinary arts building used to reside. Although construction began in July of... Read more »

Wildfire Burns Above Glendale

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Alin Boughousi, Staff Writer
June 24, 2014

A brush fire that started on Sunday afternoon continues to burn on the hillsides of Brand Park. According to officials, the fire spread to 126 acres, injuring two firefighters. Three hikers were treated for dehydration by paramedics after being evacuated from the park. The Glendale fire department is... Read more »

2014 Graduation – Exclusive Slideshow Coverage

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El Vaquero Staff
June 13, 2014

The GCC class of 2014 was celebrated Wednesday evening with the annual commencement ceremony attended by hundreds of family members, faculty, well wishers and others. [Show picture list] Slideshows require the Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support. ... Read more »

Student Government Fall Election Results

Kristine Dizon
May 29, 2014

The Associated Students of Glendale Community College held elections on May 20 and 21 with 1,358 ballots cast in the course of two days. Francisco Aguilar was elected as president/student trustee with 445 votes. The runner-ups were Kevork Naibandian, 404 votes, and Christine Yeghnazarian, with 346. Sevana... Read more »

Former GCC President Dies at 81

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Agnessa Kasumyan and Pauline Guiuan, Managing Editor
May 27, 2014

John Davitt, who retired as president of the college in 2006, was a serious-minded yet affable administrator who, well into his 70s, could be seen roaring onto campus on his Harley-Davidson, died Saturday at the age of 81 after a long battle with Parkinson’s. Davitt served Glendale Community College... Read more »

Pilot Program Offers Alternative Textbook Options

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Nikki Nagrone, Staff Writer
May 27, 2014

Paying the ever-rising prices for college textbooks may seem inevitable for college students.  Students often pay more for textbooks than they do for classes, but an instructor at Glendale Community College is trying to change that. Michael Dulay, Division Chair of Social Sciences and a psychology instructor,... Read more »

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