Glendale College's Student Magazine
Sunday July 31st 2016

Here’s what’s inside:

Free Downloads from Magcloud!

Spring 2014: Vol.7, No. 1

By The Insider in The Insider

24 pages, published 7/16/2014

This year’s offerings include everything from profiles of notable students, the controversy of gluten free diets, fireworks, the future of jazz music and whether it has become acceptable to use the “n word.” Best of all, Glendale College’s Year in Pictures is featured in the center spread. In short, there is something for every reader in Glendale College’s student…
The basis of our governments being the opinion of the people, the very first object should be to keep that right; and were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter. 

– Thomas Jefferson, 1787

Community

LA River: metropolis’ wet dream fulfilled

Many Angelenos are unaware that a river runs through the heart of our metropolis. The Los Angeles River, a 51-mile [Read More]

Review: The Broad (you should go)

The Broad in downtown LA is the city’s seventh and newest art museum, and packs a truly unique art viewing [Read More]

Wi Spa: Where Naked is the New Black

I’ve been pummeled, slapped and soaked Korean Spas over the years. They’re mostly quaint, intimate places, where [Read More]

Featured Photo

Bertha-rainbow.jpg
Double rainbow over the San Gabriel Building. Photo by Bertha Cardozo.

Campus

Opinion: 100 Years Since the Armenian Genocide, Scars Remain

Letter to the Editor: A historic event took place at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Downtown, Los Angeles, on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, where more than 150 [Read More]

Challenges

There are not enough medical facilities to handle stroke victims…

And the problem is getting worse. In 2011, Lotje Sodderland was a healthy, 34-year-old [Read More]

California’s Minimum Wage Conundrum

By 6 a.m. on Monday, second year Glendale College mechanical engineering student Mia [Read More]

Flavor of the Month: Gluten-free diets

Once little more than a fad, what was formerly a nutritional recommendation has for some [Read More]

People

Jorge Galindo: Undocumented Immigrant Hopes to Change his Own Community

It is 2:30 on a Wednesday afternoon. I’m scheduled to meet Jorge Galindo at the DMV in Lincoln Heights. Today marks a huge milestone in his life, one many would take for [Read More]

Opinion

Arctic Drilling: Who has the right to destroy the environment?

Santa Claus may be wondering who his new landlord is going to be as several world nations [Read More]

Opinion: Are you controlling the internet, or is the internet controlling you?

The internet fits us like a hand in a glove, two peas in a pod, yin and yang, cookies and [Read More]

How to Live Like a Musician

Wake up one Christmas morning and run down the stairs into the living room lit only by [Read More]

Arts and Letters

Wango Tango 2016: KIIS FM’s festival showcases popular new music

Wango Tango 2016: KIIS FM’s festival showcases popular new music

KIIS FM hosted their 19th annual one-day festival at StubHub Center, Carson on May 14. With 12 artists from all around the world, the sold-out Wango Tango couldn’t be anything else than a perfect day full of sing-alongs and dancing in the sun. Demi Lovato kicked off the [Read More]

“Cockroach Dialogues” at Hollywood Fringe Festival

“Cockroach Dialogues” at Hollywood Fringe Festival

It’s all about survival, right? Well, for young humans survival is a little more complex than simple existence.  [Read More]

Film Review: ‘Fantastic Lies,’ a 30-for-30 Documentary

Film Review: ‘Fantastic Lies,’ a 30-for-30 Documentary

Ten years ago allegations that three Duke University lacrosse players raped a black exotic dancer at a team party [Read More]

The Future of Jazz in America

The Future of Jazz in America

With the advent of the celebrity-as-musician trend in the 21st century, artistry is quickly going by the wayside. Many of [Read More]

Insider Video

Ashley Carey is a videoblogger specializing in politics. In “The Future of Net Neutrality” she takes on the thorny issue of media access.

Staff Blogs

  • Agnes Constante: online portfolio of news and feature stories.
  • Ashley Carey: an aspiring news reporter and video blogger.
  • Brandon Dean: sports-oriented journalism portfolio of a former staff member.
  • Catherine Yesayan: Beyond the Blue Domes: Personal accounts relayed in a charming and conversational manner by an Iranian-Armenian-American writer
  • Erica White: The Living Room Lounge: Personal and conversational blog with music links.
  • Jennifer Do: Petite and Hungry: a culture blog about food, fashion and art
  • Raven Jake Dawes: Observations of a Western Legend. Jane Pojawa writes the Raven Jake blog with her husband. Focus is primarily on travel and natural history.
  • Troy Cornell: “Living for the World” – while you sit at home: travel, politics and observations of a former staff writer.
Glendale Community College.jpg