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The Voice - Student Newspaper

News Articles

Second annual Dumpster Dive yields less recyclables than last year

By Leah LeMoine

The results are in: Glendale Community College (GCC) has significantly improved its environmental impact by recycling and increasing its efforts to achieve a sustainable campus.

The struggle to survive: Organization fights to preserve global human rights

By Rogelio Macias

There is a revolution in the human rights campaign, which has exploded over the past decade.

International justice is a phrase that is commonly heard but not fully understood. It was with this idea that the Glendale Community College (GCC) chapter of Amnesty International (AI) had in mind when they sat down to plan their Justice without Borders event.

A reporter's farewell to GCC sports

By Matt Petersen

It's been said that one should live his or her own life rather than live it through the experiences of others.

I protest that to a certain extent, if only because Glendale Community College (GCC) sports have given me moments and memories that affected me as powerfully as my own.

Walk for Respect protests hateful acts

By Rogelio Macias

On May 2nd, in downtown phoenix many gathered in from of the Wells Fargo Tower, located at Central Avenue and Washington, and marched to Tent City, near 35th Avenue and Durango Street.

Sex Education: Hurting more than helping?

Articles by April Moody and Jenna Duffy

Opposing viewpoints on the effectiveness of today's sex education programs in America

Joe Arpaio provoca controversia

Por Rogelio Macias

El 2 de Mayo, en el centro de Phoenix, muchos se reunieron en la torre Wells Fargo, localizado en la Avenida Central y Washington, y marcharon a la Ciudad de las Carpas, cerca de la 35 Avenida y la calle Durango.

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The Voice is the student newspaper of Glendale Community College and is published bi-weekly during the fall and spring semesters. It is distributed on campus with a circulation of 5,000.

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