Day: October 18, 2018

Groups perform in concert at Pima West

October 18, 2018

By ERIK MEDINA The Chorale and College Singers will perform its first concert of the Fall semester at 3 p.m. Oct. 21.  The concert will be presented by Pima Community College Music and will be under the direction of Jonathan Ng and accompanied by Shuo Pan.  The program will feature the Chorale singing “Stars Tonight” […]

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PCC gets makeover for its 50th anniversary

October 18, 2018

By AMARIS ENCINAS Pima Community College has decided to take the next step in revitalizing its brand as its 50th anniversary approaches. To aid in this endeavor, in January Pima hired Stamats Communications Incorporated, a higher education marketing company based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Stamats Inc. is in charge developing the “creative” in Pima’s new […]

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Brooks Ringer, the Aztecs’ gunslinger

October 18, 2018

By Hank Robichaud Brooks Ringer, a 19-year-old freshman quarterback from Orem, Utah, recently had an amazing game against Phoenix College, on Sept. 22 completing 22 of 30 passes and throwing for 457 yards. This performance of Ringer earned him NJCAA Offensive Player of the Week. Ringer moved here this year to be a part of […]

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Aztec’s catching fire at the right time

October 18, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL   The #4 Aztecs are on a seven game win streak heading into their clash with the #11 team in the country. During the win streak they have outscored opponents 27 to 4. If they win their final three games it might propel them to 3rd or higher in the nation. To […]

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Aztec’s fighting for a playoff berth

October 18, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL   Pima has 3 games left in the season, two at home. The Aztecs will need to use this home field advantage to help secure a spot in the NJCAA Region I, Division I playoffs, because only the top six make it. Pima’s next game is away to the number 9 team […]

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Can you dig it?

October 18, 2018

    By DANIEL VELASCO   Pima Community College’s archeology program is one that consists of the best aspects of science.   From working with peers to striving for greatness, Pima’s Archeology Club radiates the best things about the field. While the Archeology Club doesn’t have a specific goal, it does have separate values that […]

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Board of Governors’ candidates face off

October 18, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS Maria Garcia and Sherryn “Vikki” Marshall are running on the midterm ballot to fill the seat of Sylvia Lee’s District 3 seat on the Pima Community College Board of Governors.  Lee served one term for six years after winning the seat from Marshall in 2012.  Maria Garcia Garcia’s connection to Pima Community […]

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Brewers Brew Up World Series Championship

October 18, 2018

By: Rene Escobar October the month of pumpkin spice, ghost and ghouls, but more importantly playoff baseball. As Major League Baseball writes its final chapters of the 2018 season there remains one unknown the World Series champions. That remains undetermined for the moment. With the pennant set, 10 teams have an opportunity. Alas only one […]

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Worm your way through Pima’s bookstore

October 18, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS Carla Durazo doesn’t want you to be scared of Pima Community College’s bookstore.   “I think they’re just afraid to come in here because of the prices, but they shouldn’t,” said Durazo, who has worked at the West Campus bookstore since 2014 as the assistant bookstore manager. “We have a lot of […]

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Toxic masculinity, it’s also for the ladies

October 18, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS Toxic masculinity is in a number of stories this year, recently with Kavanaugh and his deep affection for beer and debauchery. Locally, you first saw it on Jan. 12 when Martha McSally announced her candidacy for the U.S. Senate. “I absolutely refuse to bow down to Sharia law after eight years of […]

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