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Growing up is scary: a review of "It"

Growing up is scary: a review of “It”

Truthfully terrifying, endearingly real and not what  moviegoers might expect from a scary movie By ALEX DE LEÓN I knew little about “It” prior to viewing. The basic premise: killer clown. Got it. Beyond the killer clown, I knew that it was based on a Stephen King novel and that it had previously been adapted […]

Volleyball team splits before tough road stretch

Volleyball team splits before tough road stretch

By KYLE MCDANIEL Over the next six games Pima will go 3-3, finishing 2-2 at the Scottsdale Classic Tournament. Throughout the tournament the team did an excellent job rallying together, and not giving up on any point during the matches with multiple come from behind rallies. The team needed to come out on the positive […]

Letter from the editor

Letter from the editor

New challenges and a better-quality paper 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 […]

Aztec Calendar

Aztec Calendar

Aztec Calendar: Sept. 21-Oct. 4 CAMPUS EVENTS Sept. 21, 27, 28: University Visit at Northwest Campus For more information, contact 206-2121 or thastings@pima.edu. Sept. 22-Oct. 1: “The Astronaut Farmworker” West Campus, Center for the Arts, Proscenium Theatre on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m and Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. $8. For more information, […]

Summer Recap

Summer Recap

By ALEX DE LEON Pima Community College employees will be getting a raise this fall. The PCC Board of Governors approved the pay increase as part of its 2017-18 budget. Salary scales and wages for faculty and adjunct faculty, as well as for all regular employees will go up 2.5 percent with a continuance of […]

Student crosses ocean to better his tomorrow

Student crosses ocean to better his tomorrow

By ARLAETH RAMIREZ Yigit Usta, 20, moved to the United States from his home Turkey, Istanbul. Usta moved from Istanbul three years ago when his uncle provided an opportunity to study in the United States. With the help of his family, Usta went to the University of Arizona for a semester until he realized tuition […]