Author: Nick Trujillo

Spot the 10 differences

May 3, 2018

The 10 differences are: 1. Gaucho T-shirt, 2, Distinctive(s), 3. Back Snar, 4. Face on Poster, 5. Face swap number one, 6. Face swap number two, 7. No hands for Jeremiah Bailey, 8. (333), 9. Nathan Toy in the background, 10. Multiple light in the background.

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Top 10 Ways to catch a date for the summer break

May 3, 2018

Warning: Trying any of these tactics at home could cause time in jail, or have the opposite effect of what you want By NORA THOMPSON With summer break just around the corner, now is the perfect time to arrange for that summer romance to take place. Imagine yourself on a beach with your significant other, […]

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The Word: How would you like to see Pima improve in the fall?

May 3, 2018

INTERVIEWS AND PHOTOS BY CONNOR BROWN AT NORTHWEST CAMPUS Kyleigh Karnas ATHLETIC TRAINING “Fix up the cafeteria cafe on campus.” Miriah Taylor UNDECIDED “Improved communication between online students and their teachers.” Anne Borendame NURSING “Better science tutors and more support for science majors.” Leonel Martinez MATHEMATICS “The library should stay open later. It’s hard to […]

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Calendar

May 3, 2018

AZTEC CALENDAR COMPILED By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO TUCSON EVENTS May 1-31: May Flowers – Madaras Gallery, 3035 N. Swan Road., 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily, free to the public, donations accepted. For more information, visit madaras.com. May 6: Dr. Grann’s Diet of hope Cinco de Mayo 10K, 5K and FitKidz Mile – Cholla High School, […]

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Aztecs struggle to finish the season strong

May 3, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR The Aztecs finished the season with a 21-31 and 11-29 in conference play. The Aztecs had a down year with their struggles coming from the offensive component of the game as they left runners on base time after time, along with struggles with scoring in the first games of series. The Aztecs […]

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Photo by Raymond Suarez

Pima just misses out on postseason

May 3, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL Due to a production error, Softball was not printed in the last issue.  Pima is going to miss the regional playoffs this year, which hasn’t happened often over the last 16 years, as they finished 35-23 on the season. The Aztecs had three players selected to the third team  All-ACACC Conference, freshman […]

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Who Could Win The World Cup?

May 3, 2018

By KYLE MCDANIEL The World Cup in Russia is around the corner, and for one month, the 23 players for each of the 32 nations become a family. Only eight countries have ever won the tournament since its inception 88 years ago in 1930, and once you get out of the group stage, you just […]

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Origin of women’s history month

April 2, 2018

As recently as the 1970s, women’s history was not taught in schools or a significant part of general public thought. To change this, the Education Task Force of the Sonoma County (California) Commission on the Status of Women wanted to honor women in history and initiated a “Women’s History Week” celebration for 1978. The week […]

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PCC among top 150 community colleges in the U.S.

April 2, 2018

By JUSTINA ZIEGLER Pima Community College is being honored by the Aspen Institute, an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, D.C., that recognizes high achievement and performance among America’s community colleges. Pima is one of the nation’s top 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College […]

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East Campus to begin passport services

April 2, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS As of March 2, the Pima Community College East Campus is designated to accept and execute passport applications on behalf of the U.S. Department of State – Bureau of Consular Affairs. It will verify the information of first-time applicants, minors and applicants who are not eligible to renew by mail. The East […]

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Trump suffers from STD

April 1, 2018

By ERIC TEEL In a revelation sending shockwaves through the corridors of Washington, leaked medical records from Trump’s personal physician have confirmed that the president suffers from advanced neurosyphilis. The documents show that the president contracted the sexually transmitted disease in 2009 while he was in Ukraine to judge the annual Miss Teen Ukraine pageant. […]

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National Rifle Association gunning for PCC

April 1, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO In a chaotic world where schools often are the target of gun violence, one group is taking matters into its own cold hands. The National Rifle Association is the unlikely candidate to have a hand in helping end violence. The group plans to buy out Pima Community College properties to turn into […]

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Little Pima on the prairie

April 1, 2018

By MICHELLE TRUJILLO Over the past year, Pima Community College has developed an uncontrollable infestation of the Cynomys gunnisoni. They are small herbivorous rodents that burrow in the ground and are better known as prairie dogs. Prairie dogs have been spotted by students around all six campuses. Students even have witnessed the cute but damaging […]

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Pima arms staff following Trump’s directions

April 1, 2018

By NORA THOMPSON Pima instructors are strapped and loving it. In light of recent mass shootings, the only logical option is to pass out military-grade assault rifles to underpaid educators with no formal training. “I can’t wait to get strapped. When a kid misbehaves I’m just gonna go grattatatstatatatatata,” said Janice Anderson, an adjunct math […]

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Sabbatical watch: Where teachers are going

March 29, 2018

By NORA THOMPSON Eight Pima Community College instructors are taking a sabbatical for the 2018-2019 school year. A sabbatical is a paid leave of absence to travel and study. These professors were recommended for the sabbatical by The Faculty Professional Development and Sabbatical Standing Committee. All will receive full pay, except for one approved half-pay […]

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