Letter from the editor

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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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: I may not be your mom, but be careful please

February 21, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Without sounding like an alcoholic, I love traveling away from home and drinking myself silly with my friends. It’s a great way to forget everything from the previous semester just so I can start the next one fresh. Let’s be honest, we all have PTSD from the last semester, and it’s time […]

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: Welcome back to H-E- double hockey stick 

February 8, 2018

By NICK TRUJILLO What a sh*thole we’re in right now. Recently it was announced that Joe “America’s Toughest Sheriff’’ Arpaio would be running for U.S. Senate. A study by OXFAM said that 82 percent of the wealth created in 2017 was taken by the top 1 percent. And we still have President Donald Trump in […]

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Aztec Press’ Fall 2017 Staff Photos

December 7, 2017

See you next semester!

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Pima is changing for the better

November 16, 2017

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Now that Pima Community College is out of its probation and accreditation issues, changes are coming to PCC that could alter the way the public sees the institution. First, there’s block scheduling. Aside from all the myths and negative remarks, the block scheduling format has amazing potential to get students on track […]

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Women of the newsroom, unite

November 2, 2017

By Katelyn Roberts @kateroseroberts In the midst of mass shootings with a lack of response, natural disasters with a lack of relief, and political confusion with a lack of answers, sometimes life feels like an endless battle. With Nazis protesting freely under their First Amendment rights and sexual predators at the top of their game, […]

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Letter from the editor: New challenges and a better-quality paper

September 21, 2017

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO It’s hard to shy away from a new challenge, no matter what it is. The euphoria of overcoming an obstacle is unrivaled by just about everything. Especially when you are overcoming these obstacles with a team that shares the same vision. The Aztec Press is full of like-minded individuals that are all […]

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