Year: 2010

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‘The Wolfman’ a hit-and-miss effort

February 25, 2010

By Taylor Bock “The Wolfman” is a good example of a movie that truly could have been great, but just didn’t live up to its potential. The original “Wolfman” had a good-enough plot. In the 1941 classic, Lawrence Talbot comes home to make amends with his father, meets a nice girl and then gets bitten […]

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SandScript at 20-year milestone

February 11, 2010

By Conrad Pursley Pima Community College’s literary/art magazine, SandScript, is accepting submissions for its 2010 issue. Literary submission deadline is Friday, Feb. 12, at 4 p.m. Visual art deadline is Monday, March 22, at 4 p.m. SandScript won national awards for overall excellence in 2005 and 2007 from the Community College Humanities Association, beating 130 […]

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Guess what? Men may lie about sex

February 11, 2010

By D.J. Ochoa Whether males or females admit to it, sex is one subject that is always floating around in their minds. It is usually the No. 1 topic of discussion when guys exchange stories and when females have “girl talk.” But, with all the ‘he said, she said’ stories going back and forth, is […]

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Student housing = no sleep

January 28, 2010

By Debbie Hadley In a student-friendly apartment complex that shall remain nameless, there lives a girl who moved in last August with low expectations. They were exceedingly met. What is it about student housing, where under-age drinkers congregate in masses and ant infestations are at their highest? Such is the life here. I live with […]

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NBC was wrong to boot O’Brien

January 28, 2010

By Jacquelyn Montaño In the ‘90s, NBC produced hit comedies like “Friends” and “Seinfeld.” These days, NBC seems to be more interested in drama. In 2004, NBC promised “Late Night” host Conan O’Brien that he would inherit “The Tonight Show” franchise from Jay Leno in five years. Come 2009, O’Brien took the legendary seat, and […]

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Newspaper launches AztecPressOnline.com

January 28, 2010

By Isabel Cardenas I have been with the Aztec Press for four semesters now, and am proud to say we have finally launched our very own Web site this semester. The AzP has been without an Internet edition for quite some time now. Last fall, we dipped our toes in social media, with Facebook, Twitter and […]

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