Author: Dalton Grijalva

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Pandemic Infodemic

April 3, 2020

The Rialto (318 E congress street) sums up what we’ve all been feeling about this virus By DALTON GRIJALVA As COVID-19 continues to spread, more information gets thrown at us. It is important we listen to medical professionals at this time. One thing I have learned is that the situation will get worse before it […]

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New Program Helps People Feel Secure

April 2, 2020

Photo courtesy of careersincyber.com By DALTON GRIJALVA   Have you ever gotten an email that says “Click here and you’ll get rich. Just kidding, your files are now encrypted and you now owe us a ransom of $350 in bitcoin”?    Probably not. It’s usually not that obvious.   Hacking continues to expand, and it […]

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This Pima party was out of this world

March 5, 2020

Astronomy enthusiasts and some of Pima’s telescopes dot a parking lot Feb. 15 at East Campus, when the Amateur Astronomy Association hosted a Star Party. Story and photo by DALTON GRIJALVA On Feb. 15, amatuer atronomers, enthusiasts and students gravitated toward Pima Community College’s East Campus for a free star party. “Pima’s best kept secret,” […]

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Fourth Avenue Street Fair

March 5, 2020

Street sign at North Fourth Avenue And East Seventh Street. Story and photo by DALTON GRIJALVA Fourth Avenue is home to Tucson’s lively scene, whether you’re a broke college student trying to drink away your debt or trying to eat until your stomach bursts.  Fourth is also home to a wonderful street fair. From aromas […]

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2020 Oscars: hostless with the mostest

February 18, 2020

photo courtesy of wikipedia By DALTON GRIJALVA The Oscars have been, to say the least, a lackluster popularity contest in the inner circles of celebrity ties. Most of the time, the awards are full of pretentious pictures that most will never watch that don’t connect with many actual movie-goers.  The 2020 Oscars ceremony was actually […]

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Peak show at Picacho: Ostrich by day, ‘Lion’ by night

February 18, 2020

Story and photo by  DALTON GRIJALVA As you drive West on I-10 toward Phoenix, you might want to check out Exit 219, which will take you to Picacho Peak.  The area is home to beautiful hikes and is the site of the smallest battle that took place during the Civil War. It’s also a great […]

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