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Tuesday June 27th 2017

‘Campus’ Archives

Opinion: 100 Years Since the Armenian Genocide, Scars Remain

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 religious leaders joined to commemorate the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide in 1915. Reverend José H. [Read More]

Parking on Campus is a Problem

Parking on Campus is a Problem

To the Editor: Parking at Glendale Community College has always been a problem. Even after building the new parking lot at the top of the hill there is still never any parking in the lots.  Any time you enter any of the numerous parking lots that the campus has, it is [Read More]

Campus Considers the Legacy of JFK and Conspiracy Theories

Campus Considers the Legacy of JFK and Conspiracy Theories

Half a century ago, America watched a real life nightmare unfold. Great and unexpected tragedies leave deep and lasting wounds and the events of Nov. 22, 1963, the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy live on, furrowed in the collective memory of humanity. “JFK + 50, [Read More]

Letter: Response to “Campus Crazies”

Letter: Response to “Campus Crazies”

Dear Jane, Thank you for your excellent and insightful article on this monster. This, along with the murder of Fukuko Kusakari in West Hollywood around the same time, has been a case that I have followed for some time but had many unanswered [Read More]

Letter to a Beloved Professor, Patrick Griffin 1937-2013

Letter to a Beloved Professor, Patrick Griffin 1937-2013

Dear Professor, “See you after the Spring Break” that was the last words you said to your students; vacation ended, we returned and eagerly waited for class to begin, but that never came. You never walked back through the door, where you last walked out. We pondered in [Read More]

Letter to the Editor: Cultural Misogyny Leads to Rape

Letter to the Editor: Cultural Misogyny Leads to Rape

Dear Editor, Did you know that one in three women will be sexually assaulted in her lifetime? This could be you, your mother, daughter, sister, girlfriend, wife or Grandmother. A woman is raped every six seconds. (Think about this for a moment.) By the time you are finished [Read More]

Letter to the Editor: Label Our Food

Letter to the Editor: Label Our Food

Dear Editor: This letter is regarding the fight of the first lady, Michelle Obama, against the food industries, in embracing the new labels that will help consumers understand the content of their products more clearly. When I read the article I was really excited that the [Read More]

Letter to the Editor: No Shutdown

Letter to the Editor: No Shutdown

First things first, one of the main social problems that Americans have been burning aside is the government shutdown. It’s been seventeen years since the government had a shutdown, and they don’t come cheap. Federal agencies have to use time, energy and resources to [Read More]

Letter from the editor: Moving On

Letter from the editor: Moving On

Moving on. 2013 brought major changes for the Insider. In 2008, I talked the head of Glendale Community College’s journalism division, Michael Moreau, into starting a magazine using the journalism 107 class as the staff. It wasn’t hard to convince him – I think he’d [Read More]

Steep Traditions: Glendale’s Unique Geology

Steep Traditions: Glendale’s Unique Geology

At Glendale Community College, the term “higher education” is taken quite literally. There is a long set of stairs just to get from the sidewalk to the front of the school, the John A.Davitt Administration Building. There are even a few steps to climb before the door. [Read More]

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