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Meet Our Vaqueros: Up and Coming Players this Season

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Kendall Faulkner, Sports Editor
November 21, 2014

Peyton Lowery-Sanders (Football) Number and Position: 28, Defensive Line Bio: Originally from Omaha, Neb., Sanders attended Loyola High School in Los Angeles before coming to Glendale. He chose the campus because he immediately hit it off with coach Carver Russaw and the college was the first to recruit... Read more »

Raiders Steal Victory from Vaqueros

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

The Glendale Vaqueros hosted the Moorpark Raiders in what would be the Vaqueros first preseason game of the year. Although they lost by a final score of 68-59, several factors played into their defeat, including a team that was made up of fresh players with virtually no prior experience in college basketball. Additionally,... Read more »

Vaqueros Head to Patriotic Bowl Game

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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 »

First Aid Kit Fired Up the Wiltern Theatre

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Louise Andersson, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

When Swedish sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg, also known as First Aid Kit, took on the sold-out Wiltern Theatre on Nov. 12, they turned a mellow crowd into one of ecstasy, receiving a well-deserved standing ovation. Since the duo started uploading songs to their MySpace page in 2007 from their home... Read more »

Ramen Burger Delights Customers

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Jennifer Rodman, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

Located on Third and Vermont in Los Angeles, The Original Ramen Burger attracts customers with an enticing aroma. On a Friday evening, as customers left the restaurant, raving about how delicious the Ramen Burger is, I found myself excited to try the delicacy despite my initial hesitation at the thought... Read more »

Classic Movies Shown by Knowledgeable Professor

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Alexandra Duncan, Entertainment Editor
November 21, 2014

There is a certain magic about going to the movie theater, with the velvet seating and the scent of overly buttered popcorn offering a unique, but expensive, experience than just sitting at home and streaming a movie on Netflix. Friday Flix, a weekly film event organized by Mike Petros, a Media Arts... Read more »

The 37th Occasional DooDah Parade

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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 »

Planetarium Offers Out of This World Presentation

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Anahit Kardzhyan, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

The college’s planetarium opens its doors on most Monday afternoons to the campus community and general public for a series of free astronomy presentations conducted by students and faculty. The establishment is completely digitalized and was developed using Sky-Skan technology. DigitalSky 2 and Digital... Read more »

Students Face College from the Blind Side

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Louise Andersson, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

Although these students cannot see, they are not blind to what they can accomplish through determination and perseverance, leaping over hurdles without leaving the ground. Daniel Amezcua, 24, a foreign language major with an emphasis in Spanish, is in his fifth year at Glendale College. His goal is to... Read more »

Ain’t it Swede: Downfall of the Gentleman

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Rikard Kohler, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

The breed of the gentleman can be compared to that of the tigers — nearly extinct and rarely seen outside the movies, as modern dating has turned them into impatient, objectifying and self-centered douchebags. I was raised with the notion that being a gentleman is the key to dating, whether it is offering... Read more »

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