Glendale College's Student Magazine
Tuesday October 24th 2017

2009

Vol. 2, No 1: The 2nd issue of the Insider (Fall 2008) was online-only. This is the 3rd issue of GCC’s magazine as the program fought budget cuts. “Prop. 8,” draws parallels with Perez v. Sharp, which struck down California’s anti-miscegenation laws; Jessica Bourse and Ani Khashadoorian’s user reviews of Omegle and Twitter; the DWP’s Festival of Lights policy of excluding bicyclists is examined by Min Kang; profiles of Jorge Acevedo, who survived a brutal Xmas carjacking; and Andrew McGregor, whose Tiziano Project may change how wars are reported. ‘Out and About’ takes readers to the Retro UFO convention, where Tim Cridland’s sideshow performance is simply Beyond Belief; Anita K. Marto visits the Hungarian Meat and Sausage Co. in Littlerock; and Crystal Weaver follows the Blasts team from Harley Davidson.

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