Author: Aztec Press Editorial Staff

Career Café: Cover Letters and Coffee

March 4, 2021

By Kevin Murphy Career Café is a free event available to all Pima Community College students that offers career resources and career advice.  The event started in 2013, and this year is being held virtually due to Covid-19 safety protocols. It will cover subjects like resume review, professional interviewing, cover letter tips, and career resources. […]

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Column: Superfluous Man

March 3, 2021

By Kevin Hartung When did man become so nonessential in our society? It seems to me that an American way of thinking is to view our own beliefs or values through the prism of whether they are shared by others. This cult of personality ideology is, I believe, diametrically oppositional to the principles used by […]

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Opinion: Migrants Abandoned in Yuma

March 3, 2021

Photo by Donald Giannatti By Kyler Van Vliet Custom and Border Protection holding facilities have been at maximum capacity since April of last year and now migrants are being released into Yuma County.  Due to a rise in border apprehensions combined with social distancing guidelines that don’t allow for as many people to be held […]

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Pima Aztecs Sports Update

March 3, 2021

Photo by Raymond Suarez By Nate Martinez The men and women’s golf team kicked their season off with the Mesa Invitational Tournament on February 15-16. Overall, the men’s team failed to place. However, freshman Connor Wierman from Ironwood Ridge High School finished in 16th place individually. He posted a score of 76 on the first […]

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Black History Month: Recognizing Two Women who Told Me Their Story

February 28, 2021

By Alexandria Austin This month is a time to look beyond our history books to recognize African Americans who have made a difference in the world. I chose to look at our world, the United States, and as a woman, I chose my world. Two of countless stories here are of and from Margot Lee […]

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Trailblazer Fred Snowden

February 28, 2021

Photo by The Tucson Citizen By Troy Hutchison Before 1970, there were zero black head coaches in D1 college basketball, The first coach to break through was Illinois State’s William J. Robinson. In 1972, a man named Fred Snowden took the head coaching job at the University of Arizona, becoming the school’s first black coach […]

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Seven Films to Celebrate Black History Month

February 24, 2021

By Lanissa Patterson It’s Black History Month: the time when we celebrate Black stories, Black culture, and honor the journey of the Black American. This journey is foretold in many ways, including through cinematics. Here is a list of movies to watch this Black History Month while we continue to remain indoors. 1. Black Dynamite […]

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Teaching Seven Year Olds Over the Internet: How Hard Could It Be?

February 23, 2021

By Kyler Van Vliet Remote learning has proven to be a real learning curve for both the college student and professor, but perhaps the true struggle lies with the job of trying to manage the education of 22 six and seven year-olds.   Jana Schubert of Blenman Elementary School is a first-grade teacher who has been […]

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Ed Doran: Student Success Guru

February 20, 2021

By Kevin Murphy If you are looking for ideas on what it takes to be successful in college and beyond, Ed Doran holds the keys. Doran recently retired from his full time duties after 20 years at PCC.  He spent the last 10 years of his career as an educational support counselor at the Downtown […]

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Lee Lambert Nominated for Chancellor Position at San Diego Community College

February 19, 2021

By Lanissa Patterson It is possible that by next fall, Pima Community College will have a new Chancellor. Current Chancellor Lee Lambert has been nominated for an opportunity at San Diego Community College District. According to a media statement by Pima Community College, Lambert is one of four finalists for the SDCCD Chancellor position.. The […]

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