Month: April 2019

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Beaut Burger: Beaut-y and no beast

April 18, 2019

by ALEXZANDRIA MARTINEZ Beaut Burger, pronounced b-yoo-t, is taken from the Australia/New Zealand slang for “beauty.” It also should stand for “hidden gem for vegans.”  Beaut Burger is located in the Mercado San Agustin Annex, 267 S. Avenida del Convento.  The restaurant itself is an old train shipping container on the West side of the plaza […]

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Aztecs keeps the momentum going

April 18, 2019

BY ANGEL CANEZ The Pima Community College Baseball team hasn’t let its foot off the pedal in the last month.  The Aztecs’ record is 20-9-1, including a 13-5 record at home during that span. The team has won 9 of its last 13.  Phillip Sikes and Austin Bryan both won ACCAC Player (Sikes) and Pitcher […]

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Some more rap songs

April 18, 2019

Czarface & Ghostface Killah – “Czarface Meets Ghostface” (Hip-hop) Sci-fi B movie camp is the setting for a Wu-Tang reunion of Inspectah Deck (the most underrated MC of the Wu) and Ghostface Killah (responsible for the Wu’s best solo material). 7L and Esoteric join Mr. Deck to complete the supergroup CZARFACE, adding equally goofy production […]

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Pima CC Softball back to winning ways

April 18, 2019

By KYLE MCDANIEL The Aztecs’ Softball team is starting to find the winning formula after winning six of the last seven games, with three of those victories coming via the mercy rule.  With this winning streak, the team is up to fifth in the ACCAC standings. April 13t(A) Game 1: Pima Community College 17, Scottsdale […]

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Two distracted driving bills vie for passage

April 18, 2019

By KYLE KERSEY There are two competing measures passing through the Arizona legislature aimed at curbing distracted driving on a statewide level. The first is Senate Bill 1165, which would make it illegal to hold a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle. Hands-free voice-based communication would be exempt from the law, but it would […]

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A new lane for Pima’s Xavier Dorroh

April 18, 2019

Photos and story by  MONTY GANTT Xavier Dorroh was born a woman 20 years ago. She grew up with the anatomical and genetic makeup of a woman. The pronouns people used when people referred to Dorroh were “she” and “her.” However, on March 28, Dorroh made the difficult decision to share through social media that […]

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Unfair feminism?

April 18, 2019

By ALEXZANDRIA MARTINEZ  June 4 will mark 100 years since the 19th Amendment was passed by Congress, which allowed American women to vote.  In today’s America, we see the women’s rights movement shifting in different directions. “Modern feminists” are not always a middle-aged white woman picketing the White House fence. A feminist is whoever believes […]

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Expand your musical horizons

April 18, 2019

By MONTY GANTT      Music is an essential part of our lives. It’s the soundtrack to our situations, it exposes us to stories from a variety of people and brings people together during unfortunate circumstances.  However, one thing I’ve noticed during my 19 years of life, is that while music brings people together, it […]

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Take a moment to look around and breathe

April 18, 2019

By ERIK MEDINA Being a first-gen college student, the pressure of succeeding and doing something with my future is at an all-time high.  Family members and peers look up to you and expect so much. Of course, this isn’t the case for every first-gen student. Not everyone has the same story.  There comes a time […]

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Dance Fusion

April 18, 2019

By COSTA B. PAPPAS Pima Community College’s dance program kicks off their spring dance fusion show on April 26 and 27. With Nolan Kubota as their director, the performance combines contemporary styles with ballet, modern jazz, and other styles. The event will be open to anyone who wishes to come for a cost of $10. […]

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