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The Voice - Student Newspaper

News Articles

The DREAM Act fails

By Meghan Moore

The Senate voted down the defense bill on September 21st, which contained the controversial Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, otherwise known as the DREAM Act, this past week.

Study shows college triggers bipolar symptoms

By Alyssa Savage

Of all the things college students need to come by (such as gas, money, good grades and better study habits), it seems like stress is the easiest thing we're able to obtain. The average student is stressed enough already.

However, some students are more prone to take stress harder than others.

Texting-driving ban in Phoenix: is Glendale next?

By Alyssa Savage

Texting and Driving Banned in Phoenix- Is Glendale Next? As college students, I'm sure we can all agree that it's nearly impossible to walk ten steps in a school or other public place without seeing someone with their nose buried in their phone and their fingers moving 100 mph across the buttons.

Gauchos prevail in overtime against Phoenix, 24-21, to remain undefeated

By Warren Brannoch

Coming off of an impressive 34-21 victory over Pima Community College on September 25, the Gaucho football team traveled to Phoenix to take on the Phoenix College Bears and looked to improve on their stunning 2010 season.

The game was a well-earned but hard-fought victory that couldn't even be settled in four quarters of play.

Eight Americans have been honored since the U.S. entered Iraq and Afghanistan ; only this one is still alive

By Meret Patrenos

For the first time since the beginning of the operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, a living soldier will be receiving the Medal of Honor.

Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta is one of only eight American soldiers to be honored so. The other seven were awarded posthumously.

Should illegal students be entitled to citizen rights?

By Meret Patrenos

A recent topic of controversy has been Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (S. 729), also known as the DREAM Act.

The DREAM Act was first introduced on March 26, 2009, by Dick Durbin and Richard Lugar in the Senate and was shot down by the Senate on September 21, 2010.

Se aprobara el proyecto de ley "Dream Act"?

Por Aydil Diaz

Se encuentran cerca de 726,000 estudiantes inmigrantes ilegales que tienen que poner un fin a su educacion una vez que se grad˙an de la preparatoria.

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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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