Glendale College's Student Magazine
Tuesday June 27th 2017

2012

Community: Inside the archives at the public library and memorializing a fallen police officer.

Challenges: Women recover from domestic violence at the Y.W.C.A. and a personal account of living with, and beating, interstitial cystitis.

People: A world-traveling photographer and a folk legend; Insider staff examine the lives of two very different members of our community.

Campus: Transferring from community college is more difficult than ever.

Sports: Armenian Hye Fighters take center stage at the Hollywood Park Casino. Public pools offer a refreshing place to exercise this summer.

Opinion: In spite of the captures of Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, and Gadhafi, the world has not put much effort into bringing Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony to justice. Hair: when weaves become symbolic, it’s time to re-examine the meaning of beauty.

Food: Our “Arts & Letters” section pays tribute to fine food: the simple joys of cake pops and the culinary arts department’s celebration of regional cuisine.

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