Day: April 12, 2018

Women’s undefeated at home after regular season ends

April 12, 2018

By: Armando Harmon Women’s   The women’s tennis team continue their hot streak as they wrap up season and prep for the regional tournament. With only one lose against Eastern Arizona, Pima intends to seek revenge at the end of the month.   April 10: PCC 9, Paradise Valley 0   The Aztecs (7-1) close […]

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Arizona Dino Fight Club: Sonorasaurus vs Dilophosaurus

April 12, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS Fundamental forces are on display in the state dinosaur of Arizona. Squabbling regionalism, inability to compromise and screwing Native people.  In an Aztec Press first, let’s start a scientific debate with the state of Delaware. Somewhere along Interstate 20 several months back, I was driving through West Texas going down both the […]

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Aztecs on rise as midway point in season passes

April 12, 2018

By MICHELLE TRUJILLO and CHRISTIAN MORTENSEN As the midway point in their respective seasons have come to pass, both the Pima Community College men’s and women’s golf teams have begun to turn up the heat after a shaky start for both squads. Within the last couple of weeks, each team recorded its best finishes of […]

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Social media or social isolation?

April 12, 2018

By ERIK MEDINA Technology is advancing, and with its advancement comes new forms of communications.  Letters turned to phone calls and phone calls turned to text. Yes, I know that’s not the precise order it went, but you get what I mean. We’re always improving how things are done. The current trend of communication is […]

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Arizona House bills that could affect Pima Community College

April 12, 2018

By NORA THOMPSON Several bills recently have passed the Arizona House and have moved into the Senate. If passed, they could affect Pima Community College and its students. They were brought up at the most recent board meeting by Chancellor Lee Lambert. • HB 2172: The non-lethal weapons bill has passed the house, and it’s […]

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Ms. Fisher Goes to Washington

April 12, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS “I didn’t know that I loved politics or was so interested in politics until I really started reflecting on what I actually enjoy. It’s going to sound so ridiculous, but I really realized it through the tv shows that I was watching.’ said Michele Fisher “I was watching Scandal and The Good […]

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PCC Police Department makes changes following review

April 12, 2018

By CONNOR BROWN Last year, Pima Community College Police Department was reviewed on procedure by the International Association of College Law Enforcement Administrators. The Loaned Executive Management Assistance Program sent IACLEA representatives who brought up a number of issues within the department that the report said “has led to a degree of management and operational […]

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Students begin plans for a student immigrant center

April 12, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS Deferred Action Childhood Arrival and immigration matters continue to be at the forefront of all levels of government.  The U.S. Supreme Court recently declined to hear Arizona’s state government appeal to deny DACA recipients’ driver licenses. As a result, the Ninth Circuit Court’s decision stands, which ruled who has the right to […]

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