The House of Representatives at the Polls: a major focal point for voters in the upcoming 2010 elections
By Michelle Tabatabai-Shahab
In the final 100 days before Election Day there have been a series of polls taken to get a sense of the direction America is heading in.
As it stands, all 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are on the chopping block.
By Mary Allan
We have all done it. Students will spend an hour looking for the perfect parking spot when they could have parked further out and walked to class in half the time.
However, this fall parking is worse than ever.
By Meret Patrenos
Just over a year old, a local band has been making great strides in making its name known.
Boys and Frogs consisting of Michael Alexander, Carissa Encinas, Daniel Seckler, Kyle Grabski, take a unique approach to creating music by blending orchestral instruments such as tympani, upright bass, cello, viola and tubular bells along side more traditional rock instruments like piano, organ and electric bass, creating their own genre called "Pop Soul-Less."
By Justin Shepard
Last season, the Glendale Community College (GCC) women's volleyball team had an impressive year that ultimately secured them a berth in the national tournaments in Wisconsin.
The squad, led by head coach Lisa Stuck capped off a memorable season by finishing tenth in the tournament. With nine returning players from last seasons group, there is no reason to believe that Stuck and team will not be in the playoff mix when November comes.
By Alyssa Savage
A fiery wave of controversy has made its way across America over these past few weeks.
The spark which ignited the flame was the proposal of an Islamic mosque to be built two blocks away from Ground Zero.
By Meghan Moore
With 9/11 looming around the corner, the issue of the Islamic Center being built near Ground Zero is becoming more heated.
Protestors of the mosque claim that the site is insensitive towards the 9/11 victims.
Por Aydil Diaz
Despues de tres meses de espero, Jueza Susan Bolton tenia una dura desision que hacer; Arizona a contra El Departamento de Justicia de el Presidente Barack Obama.