Glendale College's Student Magazine
Tuesday June 27th 2017

2014

Vol. 7, No 1: Learning skills, building experience

 

 

People: One student uses faith to cope with his disabilities. Another student discovered his abilities as an activist at GCC and is now preparing for a career in medicine.

Challenges: Gluten-free is a term that has become synonymous with “healthy.” But is it really?

Community: Our cover story. Americafest has been an Independence Day tradition for 88 years and continues to grow.

Campus: What happened on campus this year? Photo spread covers the highlights.

Music: What does the future hold for jazz, one of America’s unique art forms?

Opinion: Has it become socially acceptable to use the “n word?” What does this say about our culture?

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