By William Agy
Governor Jan Brewer is placing Arizona in national headlines due to her recent signing of Senate Bill 1070 into law as a sea of protestors gathered outside the state capital.
By Meret Patrenos
4:40 P.M. on April 19th a billowing cloud of smoke loomed over the north parking lot. At first glance it was difficult to judge the distance or the source of the smoke, it could have easily been mistaken for being beyond the GCC campus, but it wasn't. In the far west corner of the north parking lot, was a car fire.
By Justin Shepard
Tragedy struck the hearts of many people across the world as they learned the events of five-year- old Kaiya Kapahu.
For Glendale Community College student David Stuckey, the events impacted him in a special way that motivated him to take matters into his own hands.
Evenly matched playoffs set to begin: Softball looks to turn the tables against Phoenix in post-season
By Ron Griffith
The post-season has finally arrived for the Glendale Community College softball team (22-16 ACCAC, 36-26 overall).
The playoffs begin May 7 at Mesa Community College.
GCC, the third seed, will play Phoenix College, who is the second seed, in their first matchup.
By Meret Patrenos
It's that time of the year again, summer vacation.
What makes summer vacations different from when we were little kids is that now we have to pay for our own fun. And with the economy in a slump, it's even harder trying to afford to have fun nowadays.
By Mary Allan
I confess that I am a news junkie. Sometimes I want to turn off the TV.
I guess I am a little voyeuristic, but not just the bad stuff, the good stuff too.
I am not just talking about fairytale endings, but I am amazed at how people can keep going in the face of such adversities.
Por William Agy
La Gobernadora Jan Brewer ha colocado a Arizona en las noticias nacionales debido a su reciente aprobación de la lay del senada 1070, al mismo tiempo que un mar de protestantes se reunieron a las afueras del Capitolio Estatal.