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Agnessa Kasumyan


October 13, 2014

Writing for her high school newspaper pushed Agnessa toward a career in journalism.  During her junior year of high school, she broke a story regarding a racial profiling case at her school. A year later, her follow-up story finished top five in the National Scholastic Press Association. She has been... Read more »

Alexandra Duncan


October 12, 2014

This is Alex Duncan’s third semester at El Vaquero and second semester as the Entertainment Editor. She is very excited to be working with the new staff and looks forward to perfecting her writing craft. Alex is also freelancing for Glendale-News Press and enjoys being published anywhere she can. She... Read more »

Adjunct Professor Writes/Directs Movie


Alexandra Duncan, Entertainment Editor
October 10, 2014

Warm sunlight streamed in through wood paneled windows as arguably two of the most powerful men in all of corporate America: the CEO and the potential COO played a game of chess. “Life is one big chess game,” Roger, the CEO said. “In the end, it’s about protecting the king. We don’t give a... Read more »

Meet Our Vaqueros: Up and Coming Players this Season

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Kendall Faulkner, Sports Editor
October 8, 2014

Tanner Mays: (Football) Number and Position: 81, Tight End Age :19 Bio: From Portland, Ore., Mays is a marketing major who chose to attend Glendale College because of the honesty and directness of the coaching staff and coach John Rome. Unsure of where he wants to transfer to, Mays said that being at... Read more »

Passionate Drama Student Excels in Spotlight


Alexandra Duncan, Entertainment Editor
October 8, 2014

Anthony Leyva, like any true actor, speaks with passion when he tells a story. His every inflection, articulation and gesture is fueled with spark and energy. His hand movements and his expressive face — half covered by a head of dark, thick curls and smudged spectacles — animate his storytelling. His... Read more »

Hoop Becomes Hope for Student Engagement


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 »

Scholars Raise Money to Fight Cancer


Aimee Yeghiayan Beck, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014

Members of the college’s Scholars program, under the leadership of its community service committee, are gathering to “Scare Away Cancer” at the Glendale Relay for Life. The event will take place Oct. 18 and 19 starting at 9:00 in the morning at Scholl Canyon Baseball Field. Relay for Life is a... Read more »

Accounting Division Chair Wins Distinguished Faculty Award


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 »

Ice Melts as Earth Warms

Climate Graphic

Miyu Kawamura, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014

Polar bears floating on chunks of ice as cubs are separated from their mothers is the typical guilt-inducing image that comes to mind when reminded of the planet’s melting ice caps. In 2007, former United States vice president Al Gore addressed the reduced ice in a speech that declared the North Pole’s... Read more »

Apple’s New iPhone Satisfies Users


Melinda Ebrahimi, Staff Writer
October 8, 2014

After waiting in lines for hours, millions of people around the world were finally able to get their hands on the eighth generation iPhone — the iPhone6/6 Plus — on Sept. 19. iPhone customers have the choice between the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. The difference between the two phones is visible.... Read more »

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