Glendale College's Student Magazine
Tuesday October 24th 2017

2011


Vol. 4, No 1: People: A folk singer, a revolutionary, and a teacher: three very different lives explored by the Insider staff. Challenges: Osama bin Laden is dead, but the war drags on. Glendale residents continue their peaceful protest. Campus: Is it possible to make a feature film for $200? A group of GCC’s film students is trying. The new robotics club has built a self-driving car that detects road hazards. The budget crisis has many on campus concerned: some are fighting back. One staffer makes the case for why cultural diversity programs should not be cut. Business department volunteers help low-income families file their taxes. Community: A “Zombie Walk” introduces the undead to downtown L.A.’s businesses, the Verdugo Job Center helps the unemployed get back on their feet, and the world’s smartest high school students compete in an international science fair. Arts & Letters: A hip-hop dance troupe, graffiti art goes mainstream at MOCA, and new poetry from Angela Lee.

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