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Sunday May 20th 2018

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The “N” Word

The “N” Word

On any given day walking through the Glendale campus, conversations may be overheard and one word that is heard often during those conversations is the word “nigga.” All nationalities can be heard saying it.  A word whose roots bring back visions of racism, oppression [Read More]

Jesse Cuevas: Smiling in God’s Favor

Jesse Cuevas: Smiling in God’s Favor

Jesse Cuevas is a quiet, unassuming young man who seems far more mature than his mere 18 years.  He is dressed impeccably and can often be seen around campus, flying down a hill in a rush to somewhere only he knows.  His smile is brilliant and he always has it on full [Read More]

Latest Topics

Latinx Film Festival: Changing the Conversation about LGBTQ Cinema

Latinx Film Festival: Changing the Conversation about LGBTQ Cinema

Four years ago, there were zero film and art festivals in the country dedicated to queer Latinx, the gender-neutral [Read More]

The Language of Loss

The Language of Loss

Language connects us. We are able to communicate with strangers, and isolate ourselves for a moment from the rest of [Read More]

Alejandro Ambrosio: a DREAM-er runs towards his dream

Alejandro Ambrosio: a DREAM-er runs towards his dream

Nineteen-year-old Alejandro Ambrosio pedals 10 miles each way from his home in North Hollywood to Glendale College and [Read More]

Racial Diversity: an increasing number of people identify with more than one culture

Racial Diversity: an increasing number of people identify with more than one culture

The multiracial population in the United States is growing at a swift rate, but what does it really mean to be [Read More]

Michael Harnett: Teaching a Man to Fish

Michael Harnett: Teaching a Man to Fish

Trying to find words to describe Dr. Michael Harnett as a college professor is like trying to find new ways to describe [Read More]

NASA's Image of the Day

Hubble Catches a Spiral Galaxy in Disguise

 
NGC 1032 cleaves the quiet darkness of space in two in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
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