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Stovepipe and Groo’s Flashback Bus

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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 »

Just a Quack in the Park

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Miyu Kawamura, Staff Writer
October 22, 2014

The lingering smell of hamburgers grilling and the sound of duck calls mingled through the  crowd at the sun-drenched Verdugo Park. The crowd had arrived at the park for the 10th annual Kiwanis Incredible Duck Splash on Oct. 11. The Duck Splash is hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Glendale and is often... Read more »

Army of Pink Raise Awareness to Fight Breast Cancer

Aimee Yeghiayan Beck, Staff Writer
October 22, 2014

Glendale Adventist Medical Center has once again kicked off its Army of Pink campaign to increase awareness about breast cancer. This year, six prominent community members will wear pink and speak out to increase awareness of early breast cancer prevention. Army of Pink is a biennial campaign that began... Read more »

A Figuratively Broken Heart, Literally Broken

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Louise Andersson, Staff Writer
October 22, 2014

It was on a car-washing Sunday in March 2013 that Robert Murillo, instead of getting a good night’s sleep, choked and coughed his way to the emergency room, where he found out he had a heart failure. Murillo grew up in El Sereno, located in East Los Angeles, in a family of eight. The youngest of six... Read more »

Music Staff is Pitch Perfect

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Emiliano Chavez, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014

The sound of music echoed through the halls of the packed auditorium last Thursday when the music department presented its faculty recital. For the last six years, the bi-yearly recital has given the music department the opportunity to showcase its talent on the auditorium’s mainstage stage in front... Read more »

Hoop Becomes Hope for Student Engagement

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Louise Andersson, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014

Aiming high for the basketball hoop might just translate into students aiming higher in their academics as well. Although most people attend college to prepare for university and future employment, some professors like to offer their students a break from a purely academic routine. On Tuesday and Thursday... Read more »

Accounting Division Chair Wins Distinguished Faculty Award

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Rikard Kohler, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014

Tossing chocolate bars to the audience, accounting division chair Christine Kloezeman, 64, had one student crawling on the floor for Milky Way bars before delivering her Distinguished Faculty lecture on taxes Sept. 30. “Accounting can be a very dry subject and you have to make it fun,” Kloezeman... Read more »

Many Students are Taking Time Off Before College

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Louise Andersson, Staff Writer
September 25, 2014

Upon graduating from high school, most students take the traditional route and enroll in a college or university. With the stress and anxiety that comes with starting college, many choose to stay close to home. Twenty-year-old Mikaela Klein wanted to venture out beyond her comfort zone and take on the... Read more »

Students Take the Stairs

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Elie Georges, Staff Writer
September 24, 2014

Nine of the campus elevators were shut down by the state inspector due to compliance issues in the early morning of Sept. 15. The compliance issue arose as a result of the college’s third-party fire life-safety company failing to submit its Elevator Recall Test report on time before the inspector’s... Read more »

Safety Concerns Arise after Campus Arrest

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Jennifer Rodman, Staff Writer
September 24, 2014

  Campus life generally goes undisturbed as students hustle between classes or flock to the café in Plaza Vaquero and across campus to the seating arrangement by The Wedge. However, on the morning of Sept. 4, the school’s generally relaxed atmosphere was disturbed when an officer was dispatched... Read more »

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