‘Packed and Jammed’ at Gallery


Alexandra Duncan, Entertainment Editor
November 21, 2014

Packed and Jammed” is a campus art show that features art from installation and sculpture artists within the Los Angeles area who were invited to create artwork that adapts to the architecture of the gallery room in the library building. According to the gallery’s pamphlet, the end result “will... Read more »

Vaqueros Head to Patriotic Bowl Game


R.J. Saunders, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

The Glendale Vaqueros football team has made its way to its first bowl game in nearly eight years after a dominating victory against the Santa Barbara Vaqueros. As a result, the team, 9-1, will be playing against Palomar College, 6-4, on Saturday at 2 p.m. The Vaqueros’ sophomore running back, Marquise... Read more »

The 37th Occasional DooDah Parade


Jane Pojawa, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

The counterculture answer to the Tournament of Roses, Pasadena’s Doo Dah Parade, celebrated its 37th anniversary on Saturday. For a few hours on most years, chaos reigns and anything goes. The parade begins at the intersection of Vinedo Avenue and East Colorado Boulevard, and makes a circuit to Altadena... Read more »

Newly Remodeled Veterans Center Celebrates Grand Opening

Vets Banner

Aimee Yeghiayan Beck, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

After two years of hard work, members of the GCC Veterans Association finally accomplished their goal of having a newly expanded Veteran’s Resource Center on campus, celebrating the occasion with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 6. Although the veterans had a space that opened a year ago, the new... Read more »

Students Celebrate Armenian Culture


Miyu Kawamura, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

Traditional music roared through Plaza Vaquero as Armenian and non-Armenian students  alike  danced, ate barbecue and celebrated Armenian culture. The Armenian Students Association has hosted the event since 1976, when the organization was first founded. The tradition was continued on Nov. 13 during... Read more »

Stovepipe and Groo’s Flashback Bus


Alexandra Duncan, Entertainment Editor
November 5, 2014

A psychedelic, multi-colored 1969 Volkswagen Kombi Bus called the Flashback Bus has caught the eye of many interested onlookers and Volkswagen lovers. Hand-painted on the Flashback Bus are countless images of prominent figures and events that cover a wide range of American history and pop culture, not... Read more »

El Vaq Writers Receive Scholarships From 8-Ball Foundation


El Vaquero, Staff
November 5, 2014

The Los Angeles Press Club’s 8-Ball Foundation honored four members of the El Vaquero staff with scholarships on Oct. 30. Foundation board member Fernando Del Rio, a retired producer, writer and broadcast personality for KCAL Channel 9 and KRTH radio, presented the awards to editor-in-chief Agnessa... Read more »

Obama Declares November National College Application Month

Obama speaks about the sequester in Washington

Barack Obama, POTUS
November 5, 2014

From the  office of the Press Secretary at the White House: With hard work and determination, a great education should be within everyone’s reach. At the heart of America’s promise is the belief that we all deserve an equal opportunity to get ahead, and today more than ever — as we face greater... Read more »

Vaqs Rocked ‘em Like a Hurricane!


R.J. Saunders, Staff Writer
November 4, 2014

It might have been lightly raining, but the Vaqueros poured it on as a team as they defeated the West Los Angeles Wildcats 35-10. The Vaqueros started the game off strong with a flea flicker that would then turn into a 37-yard completion from Sean Murphy, who passed the ball to William Fennessy. This... Read more »

Vaquero Defense Holds Marauders Scoreless


Sal Polcino, Newsroom Manager
October 22, 2014

The Vaqueros football team continued to dominate as they annihilated the Antelope Valley Marauders 44–0 at Sartoris Field last Saturday. The Vaqs are now 5–1 and are tied with Santa Barbara for first place in the American Pacific division. Quarterback Andre Nunez completed 16 of 23 passes for 227... Read more »

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