Author: Andrew Paxton

Aztecs reignite fire after four-game losing streak

April 12, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO and KYLE MCDANIEL On its way to post-season play, the Pima Community College softball team is currently on a two-for-six run in its recent games. The Aztecs pulled out a winning sweep against GateWay and Scottsdale community colleges, but felt a crushing defeats against its other three opponents. April 10: Game 1-PCC […]

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Aztecs get into foul territory

April 12, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR April 10. Game 1: PCC 4, Arizona Christian University 2 The Aztecs held off a late surge from Arizona Christian to take therst game of the doubleheader atWest Campus on April 10. Sophomore Jose Contreras threwve scoreless innings as he pickedup the win (4-3). He gave up 4 hits with 3 strikeouts […]

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Pima runs and jumps to victory

February 8, 2018

By MICHELLE TRUJILLO On Jan. 20, Pima Community College kicked off the 2017-2018 track and field indoor season by hosting the Aztec Indoor Invitational at West Campus. Despite the 50-degree weather, several Pima athletes won their events. Two athletes even set two indoor national championship qualifiers. “We have a great team this year with a […]

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Golf: Men’s and Women’s teams tee off the new season

February 8, 2018

By CHRISTIAN MORTENSEN and MICHELLE TRUJILLO Men’s: By Christian Mortensen The Pima Community College men’s golf team comes into the 2018 season after a succesful 2017, in which the Aztecs finished 20th at the NJCAA Division 1 Championship in Kansas and had two sophomores voted to the all-region team. Even though those two standouts have departed, […]

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ATHLETIC VOICE: While you were away . . .

February 8, 2018

BY ARMANDO HARMON AND CHRISTIAN MORTENSEN Men’s Basketball By Christian Mortensen While the rest of us were enjoying a nice break from our responsibilities over the holidays, the Pima Community College men’s basketball team enjoyed no such time off, as they played eight games over the winter period and finished with a record of 7-1 […]

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Campus club lets veterans help other veterans

December 8, 2016

By MICHEAL ROMERO When Pima Community College student Selah Hadi wrote his name on a sign-in sheet for the Student Veterans Organization, it wasn’t clear to him that he was actually signing up to become president of the club. “There was a staple that went through the word ‘president,’ so a lot of us didn’t […]

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Pima honors winter-spring athletics

June 1, 2016

By JASON WEIR Pima Community College honored the athletics program May 25 with a two-hour reception. The evening started with Edgar Soto, Executive Director of Athletics, quickly acknowledging the successful sports season. “One of the greatest years in Pima sports history,” Soto said. The Lawrence R. Toledo Leadership Award 2016 recipients were announced next. The award […]

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VIDEO: Mindfulness

December 2, 2015

Video by Kit B. Fassler  

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Bernie Sanders draws huge crowd in Tucson

October 21, 2015

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders delivered a speech to more than 10,000 people in Tucson on Oct. 9.  

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Aztecs bounce back after loss

October 15, 2015

by STEVEN FOWLER The Pima Community College football team (5-2, 4-2 in ACCAC) snapped a two-game losing streak on Saturday, Oct. 10 at Scottsdale Community College. Sophomores Wesley Payne and Donovan Moore made a difference on the ground as they each scored two rushing touchdowns in Pima’s 45-17 win on Saturday. Moore scored two quarterback […]

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Pima gets ready for the playoffs

October 15, 2015

Men’s soccer: The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (13-1-2, 13-1-2 in ACCAC) ended their final regular season home game at Kino Sports Complex with ease, shutting out Paradise Valley Community College 11-0. Freshman Juan Pablo Segura pulled off a hat trick in the second half alone, while sophomores Jason Romero and Alejandro Gonzalez each […]

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Pop Cycle reclaims sustainable art

September 17, 2015

      By BETO HOYOS Located in the heart of historic Fourth Avenue stands a shop dedicated to local art made from recycled and reclaimed materials. Pop Cycle offers everything from reclaimed, ecofriendly wallets to Tucson-themed wooden trays, and much more in between. Pop Cycle opened its doors to the public in September 2008, […]

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Films! Beer! Art! And a taste of the circus!

September 17, 2015

 Compiled by Travis Braasch Summer may be winding down but there’s no shortage of fun in Tucson. When it’s time to take a break from all the books and studying, there are plenty of indoor and outdoor events this coming month to take your mind off all of the stresses of school and work. From […]

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Strike leaves students stranded

September 3, 2015

By JAMIE VERWYS For anyone who has boarded a Sun Tran bus from the downtown Ronstadt Transit Center, the busy station has never looked so different. Whole sections of benches sit empty. The typical rhythm of rides every 15 minutes has turned into an irregular beat, with limited routes running once an hour. The Sun […]

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Pima welcomes Bécalos students

September 3, 2015

On Sept. 2, students from universities all over Mexico will arrive in Tucson as part of the SEP-Bécalos-Santander Universidades International Program. Program coordinators are prepared to receive 58 students coming in from Chihuahua to Mexico City and many places in between. It’s Pima Community College’s second year participating in the program, which focuses on strengthening […]

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