Day: November 1, 2018

‘Sustained Visions’ features 5 artists

November 1, 2018

By AMARIS ENCINAS The Bernal Gallery chronicles the lives and works of: Fred Borcherdt, Bailey Doogan, Tom Philabaum, Barbara Rogers and Jim Waid in the new exhibit “Sustained Visions.” All five artists have taught at the college level while holding fast to their concepts and quality of craftsmanship. according to Andres. Sustained Visions was created behind […]

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Photo Courtesy of Talesin Sutton

Pima Faculty Senate disseminated

November 1, 2018

By AMARIS ENCINAS Before the Faculty Senate was the “Faculty Senate,” it was also known as “The Faculty Council” or “The Council” for short. The Senate has been around for a little more than 41 years and continues to be an important aspect of the college process. The Faculty Senate meets from 1 to 3 […]

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Photo courtesy of Vanda Pollard.

PATH Nurtures Agriculture Students

November 1, 2018

  By DANIEL VELASCO Hidden behind a fenced wall decorated by cactus skeletons lies a secret garden home to Desert Vista Campus at Pima Community College. If you’ve ever bought produce from Desert Vista campus, chances are it was brought to you by Project PATH. “Project PATH (Plant, Assimilate, Till, Harvest) is intended to support […]

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MDMA offers potential to help PTSD

November 1, 2018

  By DANIEL VELASCO MDMA, Ecstasy or Molly is a synthetic stimulant that causes hallucinogenic effects. Initially synthesized by the chemist Anton Kollisch in 1912, MDMA has become a popular party drug among youth. MDMA affects three neurotransmitters within the brain: serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine. Serotonin has an array of different effects such as sleep, […]

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The Word

November 1, 2018

What’s the dumbest thing you have done?   Dennis Lemmon   Using the wifi 67 That would be something dangerous I tried to cliff dive like those acopoco divers into the ocean and I banged my head now I’m on the disability.   Eron Scarbrough Chilling 18 I threw a rock and I thought it […]

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Aztec running toward the future.

November 1, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ   Katherine Bruno, Pima Community College’s cross-country star, has been running away from all the competition this season. Coming off a third-place finish at the NJCAA Region 1 championship Oct. 29, the 19-year-old sophomore finished in the Top 5 five times this season. Adding to her already impressive list of accolades, Bruno […]

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Simi struts into second at regional

November 1, 2018

BY: ANGEL CANEZ   Five Aztec were named to all regional team. As Pima Community College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the NJCAA Region I Championships at Freestone Park in Gilbert, AZ on Oct.29. The women’s came in place second with a score of 67 beating out Mesa, Paradise Valley, and Estrella […]

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Aztecs Return, as Pima Clinches playoff spot.

November 1, 2018

BY ANGEL CANEZ Pima Community College Volleyball team, wrapped up the regular season on a high note (14-13) putting together a string of wins before the playoffs begin next week. “Finishing the regular season with two wins at home was very exciting and very gratifying for our sophomores,” Dan Bithell Volleyball head coach said.  As […]

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Pima welcomes robotics with open ARMs

November 1, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ Pima intends to take some big steps into the future by working on the first Center of Excellence at the Downtown Campus. Earlier this month, Pima was awarded the (Pathways for Success) Title III Grant l from the Department of Education. There are plans to open centers, centered on IT, health care, […]

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‘Tartuffe’: Love, lies and a pious disguise

November 1, 2018

BY PARKER BROCK Pima Community College Theatre will present “Tartuffe,” a classic tale with romance and sardonic humor. The production, which will run Nov. 8-18, is directed by Pima’s new theater arts faculty, Chris Will. “Tartuffe” presents the tale set during the life of King Louis XVI with a modern message. The story is set […]

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