Author: Aztec Press Editor

I.T. GIRL: Is it too late to save the internet?

December 7, 2017

Is it too late to save the internet?   By KATELYN ROBERTS @kateroseroberts It’s a place we go when we’re in need of information, communication, advice, entertainment, news, humor, attention, help: the internet. Despite internet bills’ insanely expensive prices, and my strong desire for free Wi-Fi everywhere (knowledge is power), the internet may become less […]

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The Word: How do you feel about net neutrality?

December 7, 2017

The Word: How do you feel about net neutrality? INTERVIEWS AND PHOTOS BY KATELYN ROBERTS AT WEST CAMPUS Liliana Grijalva ELEMENTARY EDUCATION “How do I feel about censorship? Not good, especially from big corporations. All the content we get will be biased.” Emiliano Walker ANTHROPOLOGY “Net neutrality is a good thing. There are so few […]

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Aztec Press’ Fall 2017 Staff Photos

December 7, 2017

See you next semester!

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Mad scientists take over Pima

December 7, 2017

PCC played host to the annual Arizona STEM Adventure, a fair for kids to explore interactive science exhibits By ARMANDO HARMON Future scientists and engineers were let loose on Nov. 17 at Pima Community College’s Northwest Campus. Over a thousand of young kids were able to ignite their passion for science at the annual Arizona […]

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Advising is now a click away

December 7, 2017

Students now have no excuse to see a counselor or academic adviser with Pima Connections, an online resource for booking appointments BY RENE ESCOBAR The future is now for Pima Community College students. PCC has implemented new software and calling it Pima Connections. It acts as a social network, connecting students to their advisers, counselors […]

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Letter to the Editor

December 7, 2017

This issue’s Letter to the Editor is in response to Alex de León’s Opinion piece on “Wonder Woman” from Aztec Press’ Issue 2. By NATALIE WOODS I’m currently a math tutor at Pima East Campus, and I’m also a queer bookworm who enjoys the recent inundation of Marvel and DC action movies. When I read […]

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Op-Ed: Will regulating social media prevent fake news?

December 7, 2017

By PJ REGOLE To understand the impact of regulating social media, one must first understand what the term “fake news” really entails. Fake news is a term likely popularized by (not) our president, Donald Trump, by his claims that all the negative things in the news about him are made up. With that being said, […]

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Aztec Horoscope: Dec. 7 – Jan. 15

December 7, 2017

By KYLE MCDANIEL Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)  Like Neymar and Christiano Ronaldo, you are progressive and original. You constantly set records and break apart from the pack of normal people. Nothing can stop you from achieving your goals. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) You are strong and powerful, a force to be reckon with in what […]

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Arts Briefs: Dec. 7 – Jan. 15

December 7, 2017

PCC Bernal Gallery Coming to an end at Pima Community College, the Sabbatical gallery will be open from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. for its final day on Dec. 8 in the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery at West Campus. Admission is free. Select works from Sabbatical’s artists, however will remain on display at the Tucson International Airport […]

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Men’s Basketball: Pima continues hot start to its season

December 7, 2017

By CHRISTIAN MORTENSEN It has been a great start to the year for the Pima Community College men’s basketball team as the Aztecs have opened their 2017-2018 season 6-1 in their first seven games and already have picked up a win against a Top 10 team, when they beat Odessa College on Nov. 17. Pima […]

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Planting seeds to grant growth

December 7, 2017

By MICHELA WILSON Before Mays Imad was awarded a seed grant in September, she conducted a preliminary study that included a survey of college students. “The survey was looking to see what makes a holistic education that tends to the mind and the heart,” said Imad, noting that the survey asked the students if they […]

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Multiple programs deactivated at Pima

December 7, 2017

By VANESA BARNETT  Because of low enrollments and graduation rates, Pima Community College will be canceling six programs starting in the spring. The changes were approved by Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Dolores Duran-Ceda and Chancellor Lee D. Lambert. They are part of a general overhaul of college curriculum to better meet the needs of […]

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New Upward Bound grant gives vets fighting chance

December 7, 2017

By KYLE MCDANIEL  In October, Pima Community College was awarded a grant entitled The Veterans Upward Bound Program. The program serves as a bridge from working citizen to college student. This gives Pima an excellent chance to help veterans start their college experience. Many veterans would like to go to college but don’t know how […]

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PCC Dance presents ‘Signature Selection’ to end semester

December 7, 2017

By KATELYN ROBERTS @kateroseroberts On Dec. 8 and 9, Pima Community College Dance will perform in the student-choreographed “Signature Selections.” The selections are under the direction of Nolan Kubota and feature student-created performances. The dances pull from hip-hop, modern, lyrical and jazz styles, according to a press release. Student choreographers include Taljah Blue, Lindsay Kovrig, […]

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Best Bets: Dec. 7 – Jan. 15

December 7, 2017

Dec. 7 – Jan. 15 By RENE ESCOBAR For our last Best Bets of the year, we recommend a few of Tucson’s biggest, most loved and family-friendly holiday events, so grab a thermos of hot cocoa and grab the family (or spike it with Bailey’s and grab your friends). 4th Avenue Winter Street Fair Dec. […]

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