Day: February 26, 2018

Don’t just sit there, go vote

February 26, 2018

By NORA THOMPSON There’s apathy among young people when it comes to voting. Many have adopted the idea that voting doesn’t matter and their vote doesn’t count. In 2016, only 50  percent of citizens ages 18 to 29 voted in the election. That’s a huge problem. I don’t mean to sound like the quintessential angry […]

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Teacher talk: Speaker Series makes debut

February 26, 2018

Photos and story  By CONNER BROWN On Feb. 6, Pima had its first “Speaker Series.” These talks allow talented PCC teachers to speak on a subject of which they are well versed. The first talk, called “Lyric Microbursts: A Reading Featuring PCC English Faculty,” featured three professors performing select readings: Eric Aldrich, PH.D., “A Heliograph […]

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Pima Aztecs run and jump to victory

February 26, 2018

By MICHELLE TRUJILLO On Jan. 27, the Aztecs set records and earned national qualifying marks while competing at the Paradise Valley Community College indoor invitational. After three attempts, sophomore Tony Chavez set the new Pima Community College school record in pole vault at 15 feet, 3 inches. That’s 8 inches better than his national qualifying […]

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