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Pima Aztecs get off to struggling starts

December 6, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ Dec.2 Pima Community College took their  talents on the road for the first time this season. The Aztecs took a trip to Yuma, Az to take on the number 17 ranked Western Arizona college Matadors. Pima fell on the road by 5 points 96-91. The Aztecs looked good at the beginning taking […]

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Annual fire and safety report shows safe campuses

December 6, 2018

By Nora Thompson   Pima Community College’s Police Department compiles all of the crime and fire statistics into a an annual booklet. It’s 88 pages long and causes the table that you put it on to kind of shake. Pima faculty are hesitant to let you print it for free. The Clery Compliance Officer, who […]

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The Word

December 6, 2018

By: HANK ROBICHAUD   Q: What is the thing you are most excited for over the winter break and why?   David Martinez Audio production and music, 27 “Truthfully being able to spend time with my family and my daughter and sister. If anything probably just work on my car and continue to be a […]

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The search is over: Pima names new acting AD

November 15, 2018

By ANGEL CANEZ         Pima Community College has come to a decision and the search for a new acting athletic director is over. Soon to be former football coach Jim Monaco was awarded the job on Oct. 29. “Jim was appointed and will be in this role … through the balance of the academic year,” […]

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Sports dynasties are destroying competition

November 15, 2018

By Kyle McDaniel   Raise your hand if you’re tired of seeing the New England Patriots, Alabama College Football and now to some extent the Golden State Warriors, win year after year after year. It gets old fast especially if you’re a fan of a rival team, or just look for the league to be […]

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Wind Ensemble will blow you away

October 23, 2018

By ERIK MEDINA Pima Community College Music presents the Wind Ensemble, performing their first concert of the season and under the direction of Dr. Mark Nelson. The concert features selections with only single movement compositions. The newly formed woodwind ensemble class make s its first appearance at this concert. The program includes a medley of […]

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What are Values of a Two-Year School.

December 3, 2016

Enhanced education and learning within this country is immediately becoming a need with the organization team rather then an extravagance. On the previous the individuals who had a secondary university coaching still had the chance to manufacture a superior earth for on their own and their families. These times are rather quickly turning into an […]

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Fight for freedom rages across globe

March 13, 2014

By SEBASTIAN BARAJAS I woke up today feeling aware of the world, and I noticed that it has begun to spin more and more erratically while we stand at the precipice of unease with revolutions and conquest. Fires light city squares, barricades line the streets as men with guns march steadily towards those who believe […]

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‘The Wolfman’ a hit-and-miss effort

February 25, 2010

By Taylor Bock “The Wolfman” is a good example of a movie that truly could have been great, but just didn’t live up to its potential. The original “Wolfman” had a good-enough plot. In the 1941 classic, Lawrence Talbot comes home to make amends with his father, meets a nice girl and then gets bitten […]

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Aztec Press reviews Hotel Rwanda

January 13, 2005

‘We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families’ by Steven Stehle   Imagine you are trapped in a hotel for weeks with no water or electricity along with everyone you know and care about, the entire country is overrun by madmen with machetes who want to kill people like […]

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