Month: March 2019

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Aztecs hit rough patch drop 4-6

March 14, 2019

By ANGEL CANEZ   The Pima Community College Aztecs are a quarter into the season with a record of 16-9-1. Brian Romero Pima’s freshmen first baseman won the ACCAC Division I Player of the Week for February 18-24. This marked the second consecutive week an Aztec player has won the ACCAC Division I Player of […]

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‘Speaking Out’ over society’s silence

March 14, 2019

By AMARIS ENCINAS On March 7, the Downtown Campus hosted Speaking Out: A Day of Inquiry and Exploration, which was an event that focused on the featured work of American writer Audre Lorde.  To kick off the event, Sandra Shattuck, Pima Community College instructor in Communications, shared some words about the late Lorde and how […]

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A Sentient Roomba’s Guide to Music: How I learned to stop worrying and love The Roots

March 14, 2019

By KYLE KERSEY In case you didn’t know by now (or haven’t been paying attention, which, I mean, fair enough), The Beat Report is a bi-weekly music report on some of my favorite new stuff music has to offer. It will also will feature retrospectives on great albums celebrating anniversaries this year. No genre is […]

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Dating in college, maybe?

March 14, 2019

By ALEXZANDRIA MARTINEZ As my dramatic life progresses and another failed attempt to form a relationship results in the heartache of unrequited love, my sitting on the couch repeatedly watching “Dirty Dancing” days are questionable. Why should I care to create this deep bond, when I haven’t even figured out who I am yet?  As […]

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Vagina Monologues

March 14, 2019

By MONTY GANTTSpring2019VaginaMonologuesV1 On March 28th  at the Proscenium Theater at 7 PM, Pima Community College students, staff and alumni will come together to put on a performance of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.” Upon first glance at the title of the show, it may seem like an open discussion forum of anatomy for women. […]

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It’s more than a feeling

March 14, 2019

By PARKER BROCK   Love has been a key component of human culture and society since the beginnings of civilization, helping guarantee the continuation of our species. Our modern understanding of love and romance is tied to the formation of romantic relationships in 18th Century Europe. The societal norm of two partners per relationship derives […]

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Pima Rolls onto Third Straight Regional Championship

March 14, 2019

Pima Rolls onto Third Straight Regional Championship By MONTY GANTT The Pima Community College Men’s Basketball team dominated Scottsdale Community College March 8 to win its third straight NJCAA Region 1, Division II championship. March 8 vs. Scottsdale CC 107-73  The No. 1-ranked Aztecs defeated the two-seeded Scottsdale Community College 107-73 to win the NJCAA […]

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Desperation or the pursuit of love?

March 14, 2019

By COSTA B. PAPPAS A few decades ago, online dating was nonexistent.  Sure, some people met through sketchy chat rooms back in the late ’90s, but online dating was nowhere near what it is today.  A few years back, people were forced to form solid connections through face-to-face interactions or risk being single. The world […]

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Winning streak snapped in Phoenix

March 14, 2019

By Kyle McDaniel   March 12th, Game 1 and 2 at South Mountain Community College were cancelled.   March 9th (A) Game 1: PCC 0, Phoenix College 7   On a four game winning streak the Aztecs headed out on the road to take on the number three team in the nation.   However Phoenix […]

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Pima adjunct charged with Murder 1

March 14, 2019

By ALEXANDER LOPEZ An Oro Valley man and adjunct instructor of two online history classes for Pima Community College has been arrested in connection with the murder of his wife, Oro Valley police said. Trevor Draegeth, 37, was teaching The Holocaust and Introduction to Western Civilization at Pima this semester, according to class schedules at […]

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