Month: March 2019

A Sentient Roomba’s Guide to Music: Little Simz and Solange drop the first great albums of 2019

March 30, 2019

By KYLE KERSEY The Beat Report is a bi-weekly music report on some of my favorite new stuff music has to offer, as well as some great albums celebrating anniversaries.   Little Simz – GREY Area (Hip-Hop) “I’m Jay Z on a bad day, Shakespeare on my worst days” is a bold statement for anyone […]

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Sugar Skulls take on the town; Tucson’s new indoor football team

March 29, 2019

By Hank Robichaud   There is professional football … I repeat, there is professional football in Tucson. The Sugar Skulls, a new Indoor Football League team based in Tucson, has started their inaugural season. The Indoor Football League is an eight-on-eight football game on a 50-yard field with walls that resemble that of a hockey […]

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Championship drive fell at five

March 29, 2019

By Henry Robichaud   Pima Community College flew east to Arkansas to be apart of the National Championship tournament.   On March 21, one day after falling to Kansas City (KS) Community College in the quarterfinals, the No. 6 seeded Aztecs responded with a 110-90 upset win over No. 2 North Iowa Area Community College. […]

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Colleen Ford kicked off Pima’s Speaker’s Series

March 26, 2019

Story and Photo  by ALEXZANDRIA MARTINEZ Colleen Ford, instructional faculty for the nursing program, was the first speaker for the semester Speaker’s Series, Feb. 5, at the community board room at Pima Community College District Office.  Ford discussed upcoming changes for nursing in the healthcare and medical field. Nursing is evolving into a more tech-savvy […]

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My big fat Greek dance off in California

March 26, 2019

Most Pima Community College students spend their Valentine’s Day doing one of either two things: They can be on a lovely date with their significant other or deep into a Ben and Jerry’s tub of ice cream as they binge watch Gossip Girl for the third time. For members of the Greek Orthodox Church, however, […]

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Aztecs heating up

March 26, 2019

By Henry Robichaud   Jacqulynn Nakai has another Pima Women’s Basketball record with her 9th ACCAC player of the week honors. During the week her averages were 30 points eight rebounds and five assists. She has been on fire this year leading the ACCAC in scoring averaging a monstrous 24.1 points per game. On Feb. […]

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Aztecs on a roll

March 26, 2019

  Pima picks up crucial wins with playoffs en route By: Hank Robichaud On Feb. 23, The 13th ranked Aztecs defeated the Phoenix College Bears by the final score of 107-102 to close out their final home game of the season, and winning eight of their final nine games. Down 96-95 with 5:52 left, the […]

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New Year, who dis? Aztecs win 10 of 13 so far in 2019

March 26, 2019

By HANK ROBICHAUD   On Mar. 9 the Aztec women’s team were able to regain the Region 1, Section II title when they overcame the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds 80-58. The Thunderbirds had won the two previous championships.  After a tight first quarter which the Aztecs led 18-16, Haile Gleason set the tone in the […]

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Nakai reaches thousand point milestone

March 26, 2019

By Henry Robichaud   Jaquelynn (JJ) Nakai reached a milestone goal for her career getting to 1,000 career points. She has been Pima’s MVP this season scoring 23.7 points, dishing out 7 assists, and bringing down 5 rebounds per game. She is a big time player in the ACCAC (Arizona Community College Athletic Conference) as […]

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Serving it up for students

March 25, 2019

By PARKER BROCK   Shannon Kull and Candy Richards are two of the food service workers at Pima Community College West Campus cafeteria. Kull has been working for Follet for the last 15 years and they both sat down to talk with the Aztec Press.   Q: How long have you been working here at […]

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