CAMPUS ARRESTS: Disorderly students a challenge

By SHAQ DAVIS A student at Pima Community College shouts obscenities during class, driving the instructor to lock herself in her office and call campus police. In another instance, a student prowls campus halls screaming vulgarities and intimidating other students until police officers detain him near the student life office. In a third example, a […]

DREAMers fight for equality

By ROBERT HERNANDEZ Students and immigration experts shared their experiences with the public during a “What Next for DREAMers?” workshop held at Pima Community College’s East Campus on March 27. DREAMers are undocumented immigrant youths affected by the proposed federal Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act. “From the beginning of the development of […]

EXTRAORDINARY FEET: Missing arms won’t stop tattooist

By LOC TRAN At the Wild Wild West Tattoo Expo on March 23, one tattooist in particular captured a large crowd in a matter of minutes. The smile on his face showed how much he loves doing what he does. His focus while giving the tattoos showed how serious it is to him. As Brian […]

‘THE MOUSETRAP’: Popular play catches audiences

By NICK QUIHUIS Eight strangers in Monkswell Manor are in a race against time to discover the culprit of ongoing and mysterious murders. Death waits around every corner, and one of the guests may be the killer. Agatha Christie’s popular “The Mousetrap,” directed by Mickey Nugent, will run from April 17-April 27 in the Center […]

SOFTBALL: Pima loses tough doubleheader

By BETO HOYOS Pima Community College’s softball team dropped a doubleheader against Phoenix College on April 8 at the West Campus. The losses left the Aztecs’ season record at 21-22 overall, 16-16 in conference. Pima lost the first game 7-4. The Aztecs found themselves down 2-0 in the bottom of the first inning, but freshman […]

TRACK: Teams have strong showing in Glendale

By JAIME HERNANDEZ Pima Community College men’s and women’s track teams failed to provide a national qualifier during competition at the Glendale Community College Outdoor Invitational on April 5, but did have several first-place finishes. To date, 14 Aztecs have national qualifying marks. Women jumpers dominate On the women’s side, four Aztec jumpers finished with […]

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