Author: Valerie Vinyard

Aztec Horoscope

April 12, 2018

By RENE ESCOBAR Aries (March 21 – April 19): Don’t question it. Just go with it; there might be a surprise. It’s up to you to like it or not. Taurus (April 20 – May 21): Stop being so stubborn. Just go with the flow — what’s the worst that can happen? Gemini (May 22 […]

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Arizona House bills that could affect Pima Community College

April 12, 2018

By NORA THOMPSON Several bills recently have passed the Arizona House and have moved into the Senate. If passed, they could affect Pima Community College and its students. They were brought up at the most recent board meeting by Chancellor Lee Lambert. • HB 2172: The non-lethal weapons bill has passed the house, and it’s […]

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PCC Police Department makes changes following review

April 12, 2018

By CONNOR BROWN Last year, Pima Community College Police Department was reviewed on procedure by the International Association of College Law Enforcement Administrators. The Loaned Executive Management Assistance Program sent IACLEA representatives who brought up a number of issues within the department that the report said “has led to a degree of management and operational […]

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Dylla sprints to success at Indoor Nationals

March 8, 2018

By MICHELLE TRUJILLO On March 2 and 3, the Pima Community College track and field team wrapped up the indoor track and field season at the NJCAA Indoor National Championship. The championship meet took place at the Texas Sports Performance Center in Austin, Texas. Sophomore and distance runner Collin Dylla earned 10 points for PCC […]

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Ways to not die on SB2k18

March 8, 2018

By ARMANDO HARMON With spring break around the corner, there are thousands of college students that are trying to get out of town and enjoy their stress- and responsibility-free week. We all know that almost any spring break location is going to include sex, drugs, binge drinking and only God knows what else. You can […]

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Letter to the editor: Ready or not, changes are on the horizon for Pima

March 8, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Time and time again, Pima Community College does something that makes its image better and worse at the same time. There have been rumors that East Campus will close. In my previous story, I talked to Chancellor Lee Lambert, and he said that East Campus will not close. It does, however, beg […]

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Pima creates a new partnership in the south

March 8, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Santa Cruz County has the lowest socioeconomic standing in Arizona, yet it has the highest high school graduation rate in Southern Arizona. The name doesn’t ring a bell for many students north of Nogales city, but it’s on the radar for Pima Community College. “We have some of the most beautiful aspects, […]

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Divide and conquer USA

March 8, 2018

By CONNOR BROWN Politics are quickly becoming impossible to talk about in America. It seems like every day there is a new issue for Democrats and Republicans to fight to the death over. Gun laws, DACA and don’t say Russian influence over Donald Trump unless you are prepared to start a fight. Voters have become […]

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Majorly focused: a new way of advising

March 8, 2018

By CONNOR BROWN Pima Community College has recently restructured its advising centers. Each adviser now takes on a specific major instead of being a general adviser. Aztec Press took a look at some of the advisers that Pima students will meet when they need help.   Kisha Calbert – STEM and Fitness Programs Students can […]

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