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Eagle Rock Elementary Student Excels at GCC

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Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
April 3, 2013

As elementary school children learn how to recite the alphabet and count to 100, 11-year-old Eagle Rock Elementary School student Cyprian “CJ” Edwards-Acton won a national Nestlé contest and attended a computer programming class at Glendale Community College. After purchasing his first Lenovo laptop... Read more »

Kristine Tuzon

Kristine Tuzon

April 1, 2013

“I want to become the storyteller whose words and imagination can influence and change the world.”- Kristine Tuzon

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 »

Equivalency Test Offered

Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
April 4, 2012

The recent budget cuts to community colleges can make completing educational goals more difficult for students. For some, signing up and paying for mandatory classes is not only nearly impossible, but a waste of time, especially if they are already knowledgeable in that area. The California Level Examination... Read more »

Journalism Students Win at State Convention

Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
April 4, 2012

The El Vaquero staff represented GCC at the annual 57th Journalism Association of Community Colleges State Convention at the Burbank Marriott on March 22 to 24, bringing home four awards. John Ferrara won second place for his on-the-spot news story. “I was very confident in my on-the-spot news competition.... Read more »

Trip Abroad Offers Immersion in Bali Culture

Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
March 13, 2012

Swimming with the dolphins, hiking up to an active volcano and listening to lectures by the poolside of a four-star beach hotel may seem like paradise for students. This summer, Glendale’s study abroad program will turn paradise into reality. Students will travel across the western Pacific Ocean to... Read more »

‘Godspell’ Coincides With Broadway Revival

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Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
March 13, 2012

As Broadway welcomes back and celebrates the 40th anniversary of one of its most successful productions, “Godspell,” Glendale locals won’t have to fly to New York to see the show, because it will be closer than they think. Glendale’s theater arts department will stage “Godspell”... Read more »

Transfer Trip Tours Northern Campuses

Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
March 1, 2012

GCC will host its annual Northern College Tour from April 9 to 11. Each year during spring break, Glendale College plans a road trip to visit the University of California campuses in Berkeley, Davis, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz. Transfer counselor Kevin Meza will be one out of a few faculties assisting... Read more »

Opportunities for Organizing as Club Rush Week Commences

Kristine Tuzon, El Vaquero Staff Writer
March 1, 2012

Club Rush is recruiting new members for the spring semester for various clubs on campus until Friday. Club Rush is a chance for students to check out more than 50 clubs GCC has to offer. “Any involvement on campus can open up doors to meeting new people and students, work with faculty, staff, and administrators... Read more »