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1971 FBI Burglars to Visit Glendale College

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Agnessa Kasumyan, Editor in Chief
December 3, 2014

As Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali battled it out in “The Fight of the Century” on March 8, 1971 to a roaring crowd of onlookers, eight seemingly ordinary Americans broke into an FBI office in Media, Pa., stealing more than 1,000 documents with the goal of fighting for the preservation of civil liberties... Read more »

Zoo Glows for the Holidays


Jennifer Rodamn, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

To kick-start the holidays, the Los Angeles Zoo has been transformed into a Christmas Winter Wonderland, with lights illuminating the entire menagerie. The night starts off with LED lights greeting visitors with “Happy Holidays” and a tree filled with disco balls with reflecting lights. The walking... Read more »

ASA Lecture Discusses the Turmoil in Artsakh


Alexandra Duncan, Entertainment Editor
December 3, 2014

A darkening sky indicated to Christina Zakharian, a 28-year-old mother of two, that it was time to herd the cows homeward. It had only been a month since she moved from Armenia to Nagorno-Karabakh with her family when she stepped on an anti-personnel blast mine that left her without her left leg from... Read more »

Vaqueros Season Ends at Patriotic Bowl


R.J. Saunders, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

The Vaqueros finished their season at 9-2, after suffering a heartbreaking loss to the Palomar Comets with a final score of 30-22 in the Patriotic Bowl game on Nov. 22. Despite facing a Top 10 team in the Southern California National Division, the Vaqueros were confident they could win a title. “Going... Read more »

Music Students Wow Audience at Recital

Miyu Kawamura, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

The sophisticated application of instruments and alluring singing voices distracted audience members from the chilly night as students performed classic harmonies and received enthusiastic applause. The Applied Music recital, presented by the music department, took place Nov. 21 in the auditorium. Students... Read more »

New Band’s Popularity Spreads Like Wildfire

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Rikard Kohler, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

Like a shot of adrenaline, the Los Angeles-based band “Dorothy” revitalizes the ideals of old school rock ’n’ roll and bewitched the crowds of the Bootleg Theater during their November residency. To enter the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles during the Monday nights of November was like walking... Read more »

Belgian Singer Reaches Out to American Audiences


Tamara Hacopian, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

He is 6 feet 5 inches tall, wears a trademark bow tie, and is finally claiming his fame in the United States. He is a vocalist, songwriter and  producer. Audiences and critics adore him and there is simply nobody else like him in popular music today. Born and raised in Brussels, 29-year-old Belgian-Rwandan... Read more »

Glendale Celebrates the Holidays in Style


Aimee Yeghiayan Beck, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

  Despite the lack of snow to accompany the holidays, spirit is aplenty in Glendale. Whether it is the Glendale Galleria, the Americana or Montrose, Glendalians do not have to drive far to be part of the festivities. The Americana launched the beginning of holiday celebrations with a tree lighting... Read more »

There is Always a First Time: Thanksgiving in America


Louise Andersson, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

Thanksgiving is a time when the sound of gobbling turkeys is replaced by Americans gobbling up as much food as their stomachs can take. It is also a time for Americans to express thanks over what they have, only to rush out the next day to purchase discounted items they didn’t  have. Clueless as I... Read more »

Ain’t it Swede: LA Melts the Winter Blues


Rikard Kohler, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014

Los Angeles has managed to maintain its reputation of endless entertainment, as the city offers countless invitations to excitement, every minute of every day, to anyone who is willing to nibble the angel’s bait. Residing under the ever-pleasant sun, this city never fails to deliver thrills in any... Read more »

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