Day: October 4, 2018

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Seek these speakers

October 4, 2018

By AMARIS ENCINAS On Oct. 6, Pima Community College will continue its second annual Speaker Series. Seven the upcoming free talks will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesdays at PCC District Office Community Board Room (Building C) on 4905 E. Broadway Blvd. Light refreshments will be available at each event. The series is a monthly […]

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What’s growing in your backyard?

October 4, 2018

By: DANIEL VELASCO Rain brings the best things to Tucson on the rare occasion we receive it. Rain brings cool weather, earthy scents and vibrant colors. The rain also creates the exact conditions perfect for growing fungus. From yeast to athlete’s foot, fungus is everywhere and will inevitably in one way or another, eat us. […]

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A Man Without Borders: David Andres

October 4, 2018

By AMARIS ENCINAS David Andres paints his own vision for what the art world would be like if the sky was as wide as it was high. The painter has been the curator of the Bernal Gallery for the last 11 years and the instructor of the Gallery Museum Studies class at Pima Community College. […]

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Standing in the Hall of Fame

October 4, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR The Hall of Fame, the pinnacle of the sports world is a testament to the legacies of athletes. Displayed in museums around the country, the stars of the past are immortalized and viewed by fans. None are bigger than the National Football League Hall of Fame. Every summer, the Hall of Fame […]

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Bruno repeats as ACCAC champion

October 4, 2018

BY ANGEL CANEZ The Pima Community College Men’s and Women’s track teams competed in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference, Cross Country Championships on Sept. 26 at the Glen Lake golf course in Glendale Arizona. Katherine Bruno led the way once again coming in first place in the 5K race, for the second year in […]

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Et tu Pima: Student-senate connection

October 4, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ   When you hear the word “senate,” you probably think of the approaching midterm elections or Washington, D.C.   However, there’s another senate that exists under your nose: the Pima Community College Student Senate.   The Senate consists of 14 elected Pima students. Their goal is to act as a voice for […]

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Standing in the Hall of Fame

October 4, 2018

By Rene Escobar The Hall of Fame, the pinnacle of the sports world is a testament to the legacies of athletes. Displayed in museums around the country, the stars of the past are immortalized and viewed by fans. None are bigger than the National Football League Hall of Fame. Every summer, the Hall of Fame […]

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Latinx: a cultural exchange

October 4, 2018

By Joe Giddens   Languages change. This was reflected in an evolution of Pima Community College’s annual celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. This year’s event, “A Celebration of Latinx History,” was held at the Downtown Campus on Sept. 26. The event boasted two firsts: It was the first time Pima has used the term “Latinx” […]

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Aztecs ousted in first round of playoffs

October 4, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL   Pima’s season ended not in a fashion that they had hoped, losing in their first playoff match. This was the second consecutive year they lost in the first match.   The Aztecs have some key players they will be losing due to the NJCAA rule, allowing for only two years of […]

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Aztec’s fall out of the top five

October 4, 2018

By KYLE McDANIEL   So far this season, Pima Community College has won 85 percent of its games for a record of 11-2, which currently has the team ranked No. 6 in the nation.   When you average 3 goals a game and you concede under 1 goal a game, that’s a recipe for success. […]

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