Glendale College's Student Magazine
Tuesday October 24th 2017

2013

Vol. 6, No 1: Glendale’s student magazine enters its sixth year.

Campus:
One former student’s undiagnosed and untreated mental illness led to murder and, for those who have ever wondered why GCC has so many steps, there is a simple answer: geology.

People:
One student is overcoming sexual abuse and homophobia while preparing for a career as a UNICEF psychologist. A faculty member and his wife balance a busy family life with adoption advocacy and filmmaking.

Music:
A new album from Canadian progressive metal band Intervals and electronic dance music. Raves are becoming prohibitively expensive, yet there has been no decline in popularity. Why are students willing to spend so much for a good time?

Community:
Our cover story: ESPN has announced that it will be cancelling the Best Trick competition from the X Games as well as moving the hosting city from Los Angeles. What does this mean for fans of extreme
sports?

Personal Account
While some students went on vacation for spring break, others went to work. One staff member visited Nicaragua on a medical mission.

Opinion
The millennial generation is taking to traditional crafts, meeting romantic partners online and playing increasingly misogynistic video games. What does this say about our culture?

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