By Kelly Shultz
It has taken nearly sixty years, but as of Tuesday, March 23, 2010, thirty two million Americans will finally be afforded the right to healthcare.
The House of Representatives passed the Healthcare Overhaul Initiative, HR 3200, Sunday, March 21, 2010.
By Amanda Williams
The International Student Association (ISA) of Glendale Community College (GCC) would like to invite you to join them in a celebration of the various world cultures that surround us in everyday life.
By Kharli Mandeville
With such an amazing music program here at GCC, there are always an abundance of talented musicians to be found hanging out around campus.
These students work hard and play harder by staying on top of their classes, and spending their free time writing and jamming solely for our entertainment pleasure.
When it comes to playing hard, the guys of The Baby Lottery (TBL) are no different. Utilizing a fusion of a self-defined, "heavy, groovy hardcore mixed with complex and melodic death metal", The Baby Lottery has definitely worked hard to get where they are.
By Justin Shepard
Both tennis team's at Glendale Community College are off to a decent start in their 2010 campaign.
By Elizabeth Mullins
Eating disorders are not health topics that are brought up that often and as it is National Nutrition Month, they are a subject that should be touched upon.
By John Klusek
The air is cool and the desert is quiet. The aroma from fresh brewed coffee lingers the house I've left behind to get my hike underway by daybreak.
I stand in awe of a vast landscape providing natural wonders for tourists and nearby residents alike.
Por Matt Spivey
El canciller del condado Maricopa admite planes que "afectaran negativamente el plan instructivo".
En la edición del 17 de enero, de La Voz, Mary Allan reporto sobre los planes del Canciller del distrito de Maricopa, el Dr. Rufus Glasper para ajustar el presupuesto y mejorar la eficacia financiera.