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Wednesday August 23rd 2017

‘Sports’ Archives

X Games: bad news for fans of extreme sports

X Games: bad news for fans of extreme sports

Los Angeles has gotten a double-dose of bad news from ESPN’s X Games. On March 12, ESPN announced that it would be cancelling the Best Trick competition (in both the motorcycle and snowmobile categories) from its lineup. As if that wasn’t bad enough, on April 30 came [Read More]

Glendale Fighting Club

Glendale Fighting Club

Inside a gym in the heart of Glendale, a 7-year-old boy is tossed around and kicked to the ground. Any normal kid would be in tears after such punishment, but not this one. Arsen Muradyan rises up, smiles and continues the fight. Remarkably, he trained at the Glendale [Read More]

Local Public Pools Offer Summer Swimming

Local Public Pools Offer Summer Swimming

Heart pumps, body heat rising, breath getting shorter. Beads of sweat drip from the brow. Thirty minutes later, the euphoric runner’s high arrives. This feeling can be achieved in many ways such as running, cycling, recreational sports, and other activities. They do have [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

Glory of the Heavens

 
This composite image shows the progression of a partial solar eclipse over Ross Lake, in Northern Cascades National Park, Washington on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.
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