PCC student says seek opportunities

by TRAVIS BRAASCH For some it may seem like there’s a shortage of students getting involved at Pima Community College. Their common excuse is, “I want to be involved but there’s nothing going on.” It may be a surprise to some, but there are many opportunities at PCC to be more active. You just need […]

PCC shines new light on energy usage

by JAMIE VERWYS Pima Community College is joining the ranks of the growing number of organizations adding a solar energy component. The college has just begun construction of a set of solar panels in a parking lot at Downtown Campus. Photovoltaic solar panels will also be installed at West Campus, Community Campus and the Maintenance […]

Paris, Syria and social media: Taking a closer look

by S. J. BARAJAS The world appears to be in shambles. Terror attacks all over the globe have left news outlets and people on social media scrambling to find answers and a direction to point a finger of blame. Some of the ill-informed public has shown an outpouring of support for action to be taken […]

A flurry of winter wonderful opportunities: Inside PCC’s music program

by ALYSSA RAMER and KIT B. FASSLER Pima Community College’s music program offers opportunities for talented students to develop their skills in music. According to PCC’s website, the music program encompasses the music history, industry and music theory of the modern and classic eras. Independent studies are offered for voice, piano, guitar and other musical […]

Top 10: Revengence with cheese

by ALEX FRUECHTENICHT Last semester we published an article about the top 10 drive-thru fast food burgers. Shortly thereafter, both readers and staff took issue with the results of the top 10, featuring Burger King at the number one spot. So we decided to go out and conduct the test again, going to different burger […]

Men’s team falls against Phoenix

by STEVEN FOWLER The Pima Community College men’s basketball team (4-1, 1-1 in ACCAC) fell short on Saturday at the West Campus. The Aztecs suffered their first loss of the season against No. 2 ranked Phoenix College 88-85 on Nov. 21. Down 43-36 at halftime, the Aztecs rallied to take a 65-64 lead with six […]

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    TUCSON EVENTS Nov. 28: 22nd Waila Festival, OldTucson,201S.KinneyRd.,6-10p.m.$10. Details:oldtucson.com. Nov. 28-29: Pixar in Concert, TucsonMusicHall,260S.ChurchAve.,Saturday4p.m.,Sunday2p.m.$15-$90. Details: tucsonsymphony.org. Nov. 28-29: Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair, Reid Park, 900 S. Randolph Way, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. Details: tucsonaz.gov/parks. Dec. 4: Inside Track Presents: “Where’s the Money? How to Fiance an Independent Film,” CenterforCreativePhotography,UniversityofArizona,4-5:30p.m.Free,firstcome,firstserve. Details: insidetracktucson.com. Dec.4-6: Luminara […]

  • Women’s squad starts 2-0 in conference

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    by DEANNA SHERMAN The Pima Community College women’s basketball team (4-1, 2-0 in ACCAC) took down the defending region champs at West Campus on Nov. 22. In a 61-46 victory over Phoenix College, the Aztecs avenged their nail-biting 53-55 loss from last years Region I, Division II semifinals. It seemed as though the game might […]

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