The Voice

Interview with Art Professors Esmeralda Delaney and James C. Gamble

Harold Knoer, Reporter

May 6, 2019

Filed under A & E, Art, Features

Interview with Esmeralda Delaney Q: What made you want to teach ceramics? A: My mother wanted me to follow in her footsteps and be an RN because that was a good profession for a woman. Unfortunately, I have a weak stomach and...

Kirt Shineman’s ‘Good Grief’

Lauren Bookwalter, Editor-In-Chief

May 3, 2019

Filed under A & E, A1 News, Art, Campus Life, Events, Features, Lifestyles, Theatre

Kirt Shineman, a Communications teacher at Glendale Community College, will be releasing a new play in New York this coming September. His play “Good Grief” won him the prestigious O’Neill award here in Arizona. Shineman...

Faculty of Glendale Community College are proud of their art programs, but how well are they received by their aspiring students?

Cesar Flores Garcia, Reporter

May 2, 2019

Filed under A & E, A1 News

GCC offers numerous opportunities in the art field, from diplomas, real job experience and art show publicity as described on the GCC website. The offers seem to be very helpful in building each student’s character and abilit...

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April 29, 2019

State Rep. David Stringer Resigns

Lawrence De Alva, Government & Business Editor

April 17, 2019

Filed under A & E, A1 News, Events, Lifestyles

Less than a week after resigning, former State Rep. David Stringer’s comments regarding sexual abuse of children and sex trafficking have emerged. Stringer was elected in 2017 to represent Legislative District 1, which includes...

Phoenix Pride Takes over the city April 6 and 7

Lauren Bookwalter, Editor-In-Chief

April 9, 2019

Filed under Art, Events, Features, Lifestyles

In the world of flamboyant pink feathers and tiny speedos, the Phoenix Pride Parade and Festival 2019 had a healthy turnout of companies and organizations, varying from APS to PetSmart. Together with one goal in mind—to sho...

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