The search is over: Pima names new acting AD

November 15, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ         Pima Community College has come to a decision and the search for a new acting athletic director is over. Soon to be former football coach Jim Monaco was awarded the job on Oct. 29. “Jim was appointed and will be in this role … through the balance of the academic year,” […]

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Season Ends at regional finals for Pima Volleyball

November 15, 2018

ANGEL CANEZ   A lot was on the line Nov. 3 for the Pima Community College Volleyball team. The Aztecs had their season and a trip to Nationals in West Virginia in their grasp only a win away but their season’s biggest foe stood in there way. The Aztecs found themselves in a rematch of […]

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Women Aztecs start season 2-0

November 15, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ   Pima Community college women’s basketball team keep the ball rolling as the Women Aztecs defended their homecourt and improve to 2-0 in a 30 point blow out versus Arizona Christian University 108-78.  The Aztecs started off great right from the start. Opening the game on a 10-2 run and never looked […]

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Aztec steamroll firestorm: Start season with a win

November 15, 2018

BY ANGEL CANEZ   The Pima Community College Aztecs started the season steamrolling over Arizona Christian University on Nov. 9  at their home opener on the West Campus. Putting them in a dominant position to start their six game homestand. Showing why they’re the number one team in the nation with a commanding performance, blowing […]

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Pima ends season at Nationals

November 15, 2018

BY ANGEL CANEZ   The Pima Community College Cross Country team took a trip to wrap up the season. As they competed in the NJCAA National Championships on Nov.10 in Garden City, Kansas. The Number 8th ranked Women Aztecs finished the season in the middle of the pack as they placed 16th out of 38 […]

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News Brief: Future of Community Campus

November 15, 2018

By NORA THOMPSON  At Pima Community College’s Governing Board meeting Nov. 14, the sale of Community Campus, along with the purchase of hotels across the street from the Downtown Campus, will be approved or denied.  The Community Campus is located at 401 N. Bonita Ave.  In a recent email, Pima officials say it has not […]

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‘Cos’ for concern

November 15, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR The sentencing of Bill Cosby was three to 10 years incarceration in a state prison.  That’s a slap on the wrist and a slap to the face of equal rights groups. The people of those groups should be outraged. Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, by Judge […]

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Pima gives thanks to veterans

November 15, 2018

Story by JOSHUA GRAY Photos by JOE GIDDENS Veterans Day was Nov. 11.  Pima Community College celebrated a little bit earlier this year on Nov. 8 at the Downtown Campus.  This Veterans’ Day celebration was coordinated by Pima’s Veteran Group, who has planned this event for the past seven years. “The celebration is to honor […]

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Tips for homework success

November 15, 2018

By JOSEPH SIML Everyone dreads WRT 101 and 102, but what’s so difficult? It’s just a few papers and some research, right? We shouldn’t be afraid of a little work.  For me, the hardest part of writing isn’t researching, learning MLA or even writing the paper. It’s staying focused. Distractions are everywhere. From our phones […]

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Letter From the Editor

November 15, 2018

Alfred J. Luther of the 1st Kansas Infantry is buried at Vicksburg National Cemetery in Mississippi; Section K, Grave No. 5971. Albert Cashier of the 95th Illinois Infantry is also among the 17,000 buried.  The National Cemetery there is often not as quiet as you may suspect. The stillness is punctuated by sounds of industry, […]

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