Author: Angel Canez

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Worst of the worst, rated by Razzies

March 5, 2020

By ANGEL CANEZ The 40th anniversary of the Golden Raspberry Awards is soon upon us to award the worst Tinseltown has offered.  2019’s list of losers includes: “A Madea Family Funeral,” marking Tyler Perry’s fourth Razzie  nomination; John Travolta’s star turn in “The Fanatic”; horror thriller “The Haunting of Sharon Tate” starring Hillary Duff; PTSD-addled […]

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11 games in, Aztecs remain undefeated

February 18, 2020

The hits keep on coming for the Pima Community College baseball team as the Aztecs have started the season on fire, stinging together an 11-0 record at home to start the season. The Aztecs would sweep the El Paso Community College Tejanos in their four game set taking both Friday and Saturday double-headers, outscoring the […]

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Pima’s CFA to host ‘Singin’ in the Rain’

February 18, 2020

Story and photo by ANGEL CANEZ Pima Community College Center for the Arts will be putting on its first play of 2020 with its production of the 1952 Gene Kelly Hollywood classic comedy, “Singin’ in the Rain.”  “Singin’ in the Rain” is slated to be much bigger, with an expected cast size of at least […]

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Aztecs close out season as runners-up

November 21, 2019

By ANGEL CANEZ   Pima Community College wrapped up the 2019 volleyball season on a positive note.. The Aztecs finished as runner ups at the NJCAA region I division II finals. Losing in straight sets to the fourth ranked team in the nation and conference rival the Scottsdale Community College Fighting Artichokes who are riding […]

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Nash helps lead Pima Volleyball on the court.

October 24, 2019

By ANGEL CANEZ   Aztec Volleyball is being led by Madi Nash, a 19-year-old sophomore star outside hitter from Tucson’s Sahuaro High School.  Nash has a lifelong love for the sport of volleyball. She comes from a family of volleyball players: Her older sister Morgan Nash plays D-2 volleyball for Missouri Southern State University in […]

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The game is afoot at Pima

October 24, 2019

by ANGEL CANEZ Pima Community College Center for the Arts is putting on a production of “Baskerville,” which is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s 1902 classic Sherlock Holmes novel “The Hounds of the Baskervilles,” along with touches of comedy in their audience-interactive murder-mystery tale.  “Sherlock is a timeless story,” director Chris Will said. “So […]

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Aztecs win two of three, but struggles continue

October 11, 2019

By ANGEL CANEZ The Aztec Volleyball team finally seems to be getting on the right track.  The team has won two of its last three matches over the past two weeks after dropping four in a row and seven of its last eight, thus bringing its total record to 6-10.  Pima’s play this season has […]

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Pima Community College’s immigrant student center employees

May 2, 2019

By ANGEL CANEZ   Tucked away in the far back end of on the top floor of Pima Community College Downtown Campus Campus Center building in the communication department sits a tiny little office. The Immigrant, Refugee and Student Resource Center or IRSRC. The IRSRC opened its doors at the beginning of the year,  provides […]

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The Aztecs struggle across finish line

May 2, 2019

By ANGEL CANEZ Pima Community College played their final home series in a doubleheader on March 23 against conference for Arizona Western Community College and wrapped up there season on the road to take on South Mountain in a doubleheader.  Pima improved on last seasons record of 21-31 and 11-29 in conference games, winning 15 […]

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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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