Day: November 1, 2018

Propping up Arizona

November 1, 2018

By PARKER BROCK   The propositions that will be on the ballot will be proposing new laws, and amendments to the state constitution will have lasting effects on the state’s economy and revenue generation. The general election, which will take place Nov. 6, will have five propositions. Here’s a guide most of the propositions to […]

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Aztecs wrap up best season in school history

November 1, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL   The Aztecs are on to the NJCAA District I Semifinals against Laramie County Community College, and will be playing that game at their home stadium Kino Sports Complex. If they win that game, they will play in the NJCAA District I finals the next night. With a win there, they would […]

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Kametani named ACCAC player of the year

November 1, 2018

BY KYLE MCDANIEL   Sophomore and team captain Hugo Kametani helped the Aztecs this season record their best regular season in team history. He finished the regular season with 22 goals and 5 assists. He also was recently awarded the ACCAC/Region 1 Player of the Year award and was selected first team All-ACCAC/NJCAA Region I. […]

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Male Sexual Assault can be an issue, too

November 1, 2018

BY KYLE MCDANIEL   According to www.nsvrc.org/statistics, only 9 percent of rape and sexual assault victims are male, which is a telling fact. I read and hear all the time that women are afraid to speak up, but it is a hundred times worse for males, because males look at sex differently.   If I […]

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The Beginning of the End by Kyle McDaniel

November 1, 2018

By Kyle McDaniel   As you can tell there will be a reason for the writing of this article as it stems from a personal experience of mine, an experience that had everything you would need to create an Oscar winning film.   One day I noticed an employee who I thought was absolutely gorgeous, […]

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Last call for Pima football at home

November 1, 2018

Story by HANK ROBICHAUD  Photos by HANK ROBICHAUD, MADYSON HOWARTH and JOE GIDDENS It’s like this every time Pima Community College plays Eastern Arizona College, according to Head coach Jim Monaco’s wife, Dannielle Monaco.  She said she fainted when the two teams faced off a couple years ago from how close and exciting that game was. […]

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Kudos to Pima cops

November 1, 2018

By CHRISTOPHER ALBERS  The Pima Community College Police Department was honored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving for being the top fundraising law enforcement agency for the 5K run/walk event on Sept. 22.  This is PCCPD’s first year participating. A big shout out goes to Officer Eugene Edgerson who organized this event and also was honored […]

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Testing, Testing 1 2 3. Is this thing on?

November 1, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS Kim Stevens has been working for Pima Community College since 2000 in registration and admission seasonally.  Later, she became full time in 2003, and has been at the West Campus Testing Center and Testing Center as a student service technician ever since.  We sat down with Stevens for an interview about the […]

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Pima Briefs: Monaco named the acting athletic director

November 1, 2018

Photos and story By JOE GIDDENS Pima Football Head Coach Jim Monaco was named the acting athletic director of Pima Community College on Oct. 29.  Edgar Soto, who held the athletic director position for 11 years, is moving on to become president of the Desert Vista Campus.  Monaco started at Pima in 2011, and will […]

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Letter From the Editor: Never know when you need a bit of information

November 1, 2018

 A few years back, I got into a black Escalade with a group of strangers.  At the time, I was working at Dinosaur National Monument straddling the Utah-Colorado state line, standing at the front desk looking out the window on the other side of the Visitor Center admiring pronghorns.  There’s an odd mix of experience watching […]

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