Year: 2016

Aztec Press Logo

Pima labor definition in dispute

December 8, 2016

By EDDIE CELAYA A mundane topic of labor discussions has evolved into a sharp point of conten- tion between Pima Community College and its three largest employee organiza- tions. The disagreement centers around a process called “meet and confer.” Pima Community College Education As- sociation Vice President Matej Boguszak said in an email that meet […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

PCC, former instructor reach settlement

December 8, 2016

By EDDIE CELAYA Former chemistry instructor David Katz has been awarded nearly $150,000 after a judge ruled his due process was violated by Pima Community College and high-level administrators. A settlement agreement lays out legal guidelines for both sides to follow and con- stitutes the “full settlement and discharge of all claims.” Katz, who was […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

What are Values of a Two-Year School.

December 3, 2016

Enhanced education and learning within this country is immediately becoming a need with the organization team rather then an extravagance. On the previous the individuals who had a secondary university coaching still had the chance to manufacture a superior earth for on their own and their families. These times are rather quickly turning into an […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

Men’s basketball player signs with Point Loma

April 21, 2016

By Steven Fowler Pima Community College men’s basketball sophomore guard Yusuf Shehata has signed a national letter of intent to continue his collegiate career at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Calif. Shehata anchored Pima’s offense to a 17-14 overall record this season, its best ACCAC conference record since 2000-01. The Aztecs made their […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

Female players deserve equal pay

April 21, 2016

By STEVEN FOWLER No matter who you are and what you do, wage discrimination is wrong. Unfortunately, you could be the best person in a professional occupation, including sports, and still be significantly underpaid because of your gender. Five members of the United States Women’s National Team filed a complaint against the U.S. Soccer Federation […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

Two bands deliver unique mix of underground rock and metal

April 21, 2016

By TRAVIS BRAASCH While many tours feature lineups of musicians playing within the same genre, Napalm Death and the Melvins have decided to challenge each other’s fan bases by touring together around the world. “We have all been friends for a long time,” Melvins’ drummer Dale Crover said. “We are fans of each other’s music […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

Top 10: TOP 10 Poetic entries from William Stanford

April 21, 2016

By D.R. WILLIAMS With the polarizing atmosphere in today’s society, it’s time we take a moment to appreciate the words of William Stanford, one of the great American poets of the 20th century. Stanford spent four years in conscientious objectors’ camps in California, Arkansas and Illinois during World War II. Afterward, he grew intellectually but […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

PCCTV provides videography coverage

April 21, 2016

By ALYSSA RAMER Two Pima Community College employees work on editing video, each in a different control room of the TV studio at Community Campus, 401 N. Bonita Ave. Conrad Mendez works on a show called “The Set List,” which spotlights performances by local musicians in the studio. Dan Coonts works on other projects. Their […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR LECTURE Physician to discuss diabetes research

April 21, 2016

By S. PAUL BRYAN Bow-tied  Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Reginald N. Oputa shows his kindness with a welcoming handshake and a smile. Dr. Oputa, a Nigerian endocrinologist, is enjoying his tenure in Arizona and says he’s looking forward to his upcoming lecture on diabetes. He will discuss “Diabetes Mellitus: A Global Epidemic with a Potential Solution” on […]

Read More
Aztec Press Logo

Too many movies, not enough readers

April 21, 2016

By BRYAN OROZCO With 37 Marvel comic book movies since 2000 and 13 more to come in the next four years, it is easy to say that the superhero genre has taken over the film industry.   The debate of how much the films stay true to the source material is always being uttered somewhere, […]

Read More
Bitnami