Author: Josh Gray

Pima Community College’s resident fashionista

May 2, 2019

Interview and photos by JOSH GRAY  Pima Community College will  holding its annual fashion show May 4 at the Fox Theatre.  Nancy Spaulding, the head of the Fashion Department, recently sat down with the Aztec Press.  Q: What is your favorite piece on display? A: “I haven’t seen everything yet, so I couldn’t say what […]

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Culture Club: free passes for Pima students

May 2, 2019

By JOSH GRAY Pima Community College has partnered with Act One to provide free cultural passes to Pima students.  Culture Passes are free admission tickets that you and a guest can get by going to your local Pima Library. Act One is an organization that helps provide art and cultural experience throughout Arizona schools. Act […]

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A blast from the Hydro Flask at Pima Community College

May 2, 2019

Story and photo by JOSH GRAY This $50 hunk of tin is popular.  The trend started last year (at least that’s when the trend hit Arizona), grew, peaked and has died quicker than it started. Hydro Flask isn’t talked about as much anymore, but they are still floating about college campuses across the country.  If […]

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The case for community

May 2, 2019

By JOSH GRAY I had the perception that community college was for losers that couldn’t handle college and didn’t care about their lives.  I never knew what I wanted to do until two weeks ago, but in high school I knew that I would go to a four-year institution. I was not going to end […]

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Helping Tucson to hear the music

February 28, 2019

By JOSH GRAY Carol Carder is Pima College’s Marketing and PR Coordinator for the Center for the Arts and Pima Arts. Carder moved here, from the Midwest where she worked in the marketing department for another college, to be close to her daughter. She has been with Pima for 14 years now. Q: What do […]

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The Word: What is your idea of the perfect date?

February 14, 2019

Kira Montoya Major: Liberal Arts Age: 19 “Nothing over the top, because you don’t want to waste so much money where it’s like, ‘If this doesn’t work out, this sucked.’ ”   James Brijeno Major: Admin. of justice Age: 22 “I keep it simple like a nice dinner, maybe a simple movie, maybe go on […]

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Air Force to be reckoned with

February 14, 2019

Story by JOSH GRAY Photo by ERIK MEDINA In 2013, Pima Community College was given the opportunity to bid for a five-year contract titled Air Force Medical Operations Agency. Sharon Hollingsworth, program manager, was one of the first to try and get Pima’s first five-year contract. “Her leadership and experience and knowhow has been key […]

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