Hanna brings expertise to PCC

By ANDREW PAXTON Mark Hanna always regretted not going to college. The newly elected member of Pima Community College’s governing board had a successful career as a manager at Costco in the ‘90s, but he felt like something was missing. “I felt like I wasn’t able to converse with people who had their degrees, like […]

Mexico, Tucson demanding answers for student deaths

By MARIANA CEJA Activists on both sides of the border are organizing to speak out against corruption and violence in Mexico that has left thousands dead or missing. Mexican citizens have demanded answers from the government and marched against the disappearance of innocent people, corruption and drug cartel activity. A rallying cry of the protests […]

STOMPING GROUNDS: Reilly offers pizza to die for

By JAMIE MAESE Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink, renovated from an old funeral home, has attracted loyal downtown customers since it opened in 2012. Rumors suggest the place may be haunted, but manager Christopher Gee has his doubts. “I don’t believe in that but other people have said they have heard things,” he said. Reilly […]

BEST BETS: Festive lights add holiday twinkle

Compiled by Alex Fruechtenicht The holiday season offers numerous family events where people of all ages can spend time with those they love as the year winds down.                     Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair Dec. 12-14 The 45th annual Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair will be […]

O’Boyle brings ‘Sunshine’

By CALEB FOSTER Sophomore Matt O’Boyle’s commitment to Pima Community College men’s basketball began at a fast-food restaurant. “I ended up signing my letter of intent at a KFC,” he said. “That’s where the dream started.” O’Boyle first met Pima head coach Brian Peabody while attending Peoria’s Sunrise Mountain High School, when he traveled to […]

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Aztecs face slide with two-game loss

By BETO HOYOS The No. 12 ranked Pima Community College women’s basketball team (4-3, 3-2 in ACCAS conference) lost its second game in a row Dec. 6, falling 70-57 to No. 7 Eastern Arizona College. The Aztecs never held a lead in the game. They trailed by as many as 21 points in the first […]