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Chantal Bevard

Chantal Bevard

September 7, 2012

This is Chantal’s second semester on staff and is honored to be the managing editor of El Vaquero. She will be transferring to San Francisco State University in the fall and will continue with her journalism career by majoring in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts.

John Ferrara

John Ferrara

September 6, 2012

A once measly staff writer, I have risen to the ranks of El Vaquero sports editor.  As sports editor I hope to deliver unbiased, entertaining news to the students of GCC. If you need to contact me you can find me in the winners circle of this year’s JACC competition.

Jonathan Caballeros

Johnathan Caballeros

September 6, 2012

My interest for journalism started in sixth grade. I had journalism for my elective in middle school, but in my middle school, electives were only eight weeks long. After my first encounter, I finally had a chance to have journalism again, but this time, for the 32 week year in 8th grade. It was also... Read more »

Bean Cafe Offers Tasty Snacks on Campus

Jonathan Caballeros, El Vaquero Staff Writer
May 23, 2012

The Bean Café, a new coffee shop on campus, has opened up where the old Café Vaquero used to be, and with it brings more than just the average cup of joe. With Peet’s Coffee being their flagship item, the Bean Café opened up on May 7 for students to enjoy food, drinks and sometimes enjoy the music... Read more »

Board of Trustees Approves Tenure, Computer System

Angel Silva, El Vaquero Staff Writer
May 23, 2012

The Board of Trustees approved nine faculty members for tenure and discussed the new addition of the PeopleSoft Student Education Plan system during Monday’s meeting. Professors approved for tenure were biology professor Shelley Thai; English professor Alexa Schumacher; ESL professor Glenn Gardner;... Read more »

David Naiditch Presents ‘Our Baby Universe’

Angel Silva, El Vaquero News Editor
May 23, 2012

Lectures, skepticism, aerospace and more — all are just another part of aerospace and computer engineer David Naiditch’s day-to-day life. A graduate of UCLA, Naiditch received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics there and received a master’s in philosophy from UC Santa Barbara. Naiditch got... Read more »

TV Gives Feature Film a Run for its Money

Evan Ramirez, El Vaquero Staff Writer
May 23, 2012

For years, when a movie star took a job in television he or she was looked down upon. Taking a role on television could end up killing their career on the silver screen entirely. However, in recent years, the landscape of entertainment has taken a turn in favor of the small screen. The quality of television... Read more »

Recent News Briefs From Around the World

Tatevik Manucharyan, El Vaquero Staff Writer
May 23, 2012

The following are highlights of global news from May 13 to May 20. The article is based on the “BBC Global News” podcast. May 13 RUSSIA — Russian aircraft Sukhoi Superjet-100, which was supposed to be a rival to Airbus and Boeing, crashed in Indonesia during a demonstration tour. All 45 passengers... Read more »

Students Weigh Various Transfer Options

Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
May 23, 2012

As students prepare their transfer educational plans, many choose to obtain an associate’s degree as part of their goals. One way students are fulfilling their associate and transfer units is by taking the associate transfer degree requirements. Glendale offers associate transfer degrees in communications... Read more »

Foundation Sponsors Golf Fundraiser

John Ferrara, El Vaquero Sports Editor
May 23, 2012

The ambitious goal is to raise as much as $100,000 for the campus when the Glendale College Foundation tees off for its 30th annual Golf Classic at the Oakmont Country club on June 11. The funds would be used for college needs as well as scholarships. The classic began as an athletics department fundraiser... Read more »

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