Month: September 2018

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5 Questions from Aztecs for Aztecs

September 20, 2018

5 Questions from Aztecs for Aztecs By ARMANDO HARMON Which Pima sport are you most eager to see and why? “Boys Basketball, they are fun to watch and all of my boys are on the team.” Edem Kavegue, Finance major   What are your thoughts on Pima cutting the football program? “I think it was […]

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Follow these leaders

September 20, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ   From 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 28, Pima Community College will host the second annual Emerging Leaders Student Summit. Pima will host two summits this school year, with the next one taking place on Feb. 15, 2019. The Emerging Leader Summit is a free, all-day, six-session open conference, available to […]

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Weed the people

September 20, 2018

By HANK ROBICHAUD   Eighty years ago, the federal government placed marijuana under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) (21 U.S.C. § 811) which banned the sale, use and cultivation of the cannabis plant. To this day, it is still federally illegal. Now nine states have legalized marijuana both recreationally and medically. There are also 30 […]

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Lean on me: Talk with a tutor

September 20, 2018

  By JOSH GRAY   Do you find learning tiring or boring? Meet Kai Lindstedt and his employees who make learning fun. The enthusiastic tutoring guru, who serves as the acting assistant program manager for West Campus, can always can be seen with a grin on his face. About 120 tutors span across the five […]

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Pima’s president passing power to people

September 20, 2018

By PARKER BROCK Morgan Phillips, campus president for the Desert Vista and West campuses, added another campus — East — to his repertoire on Sept. 6. “Really, the potential for PCC is to make a difference in students’ lives,” said Phillips, who has been at Pima for more than four years. “There are so many […]

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Safety net: Pima ups its Wi-Fi security

September 20, 2018

By JOSH GRAY In 2006, Pima Community College entered the world of Wi-Fi. Since then, Pima has grown incrementally in new and updated Wi-Fi services, from small local hotspots to almost complete coverage on campuses. If you are someone who lives on their phone and survives on Wi-Fi, then you may have noticed something different […]

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