Month: March 2014

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March brings madness

March 13, 2014

By SHAQ DAVIS March Madness will reach pitch fever on March 16 during Selection Sunday, when seeds in the men’s NCAA basketball tournament are revealed. Once games begin on March 18, it is win or go home for the 68 teams competing. For the first few days, there will seem to be no end to […]

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Fight for freedom rages across globe

March 13, 2014

By SEBASTIAN BARAJAS I woke up today feeling aware of the world, and I noticed that it has begun to spin more and more erratically while we stand at the precipice of unease with revolutions and conquest. Fires light city squares, barricades line the streets as men with guns march steadily towards those who believe […]

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Late registration must put students first

March 13, 2014

By  Andrew Paxton Pima Community College is considering eliminating late registration. Students would need the instructor’s permission to enroll in classes after a cut-off date. The college must remember that students will be the ones most affected by this change. Faculty Senate has cited numerous statistics indicating that students who start class late have less chance […]

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Drivers: Slow down, be considerate

March 13, 2014

By  MICHAEL ANDERSON They’re everywhere. I see them, regardless of where in Tucson I’m at. Cacti? Pawn shops? Walgreens? No. I’m talking about reckless drivers, and they really piss me off. Whether I’m driving down Golf Links, stopping to buy groceries or going to class, they’re there—inconsiderate people in a hurry, endangering others. Arizona in […]

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Eating disorders affect men, too

March 13, 2014

By ROBERT HERNANDEZ Women are not the only ones who suffer from eating disorders. There should be equal emphasis on recognizing them in men. Eating disorders have always been seen as a women’s issue, but there has been a rising increase in men since the late ‘90s. In a 2007 Harvard study of 3,000 people […]

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