By William Agy
On Jan. 12, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the nation of Haiti approximately 16 miles west of the capital city, Port-au-Prince.
This disastrous event was followed by dozens of aftershocks that ultimately devastated the nation.
By Mary Allan
The new Public Safety Sciences Building at Glendale Community College (GCC), that had its official opening Jan.14, offers an innovative approach to addressing the needs of Public Safety Sciences students for the twentyfirst Century.
By Ron Griffith
All of the holiday events and activities from the winter months have come and gone, but that does not necessarily mean that there is nothing left to do.
By Meret Patrenos
The beginning of a new year does not just mean making resolutions and starting a new semester.
It also means baseball season will be starting shortly.
This season marks the debut of Paul Hatcher as GCC's new head coach.
By Bekah Sipes and Amanda Williams
Valentine's Day is a day where lovers both young and old can celebrate their love for each other on the annual February 14. However, has anyone ever thought of how Valentine's Day came into the making?
By Kharli Mandeville
A march was organized by the Puente Movement activist group this Saturday,
An estimated 10,000 to 20,000 activists (myself included) marched against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his policies. The event received media coverage from all over the country Participants marched three miles to the notorious Tent City to protest Arpaio right at the heart of the MCSO's operations.
Por Israel Babadilla
A pesar del hecho de que los Estados Unidos están actualmente enfrentando la Guerra del terror, una economía deficiente, una reforma de salud, y una catástrofe que acaba de tomar lugar en Haití, no hay duda que el presidente Obama tiene frente a él asuntos que no puede ignorar y que requieren de acción inmediata.