Pima trying to finish season over .500

May 2, 2019

By KYLE McDANIEL April 27 (H) Game 1: PCC 5, South Mountain CC 4 F/8 After being swept at South Mountain earlier this season, the Aztecs returned the favor by beating them in both games at West Campus. Pima took an early lead after scoring 1 run in the first, but the Cougars did their […]

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MMA through the eyes of Birchak

May 2, 2019

Photos and story by MATTHEW HILL     Unlike going to your traditional gym where you work out with weights and machines and run on treadmills, you can get a full-body workout learning new self-defense techniques and body-movement skills practicing jiujitsu. Located at 4765 E. Speedway Blvd., 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu is home to many […]

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Aztecs swing into second place in team play

May 2, 2019

  By ALEXANDER LOPEZ Coming off its stellar win in the home invitational and for the fifth time this season, Pima Community College Women’s Golf team closed out team play with second place.  The Women’s team marched into Los Colinas Golf Resort for the Chandler-Gilbert Invitational, and it wasn’t disappointed.  After the first day of […]

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GOHS awards Pima a $10,000 pedestrian safety grant

May 2, 2019

Story and photo illustration by ALEXANDER LOPEZ The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) has awarded Pima Community College a “GOHS Pedestrian and Bicyclist Focus Education and Enforcement Efforts” grant, for the amount of $10,000 and will be paid out through the 2019 year. So far, Pima Community College Police Department had conducted three pedestrian […]

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Teeing off for decades for Pima Community College

May 2, 2019

By ALEXANDER LOPEZ One thing that you almost can always find around Tucson is an open golf course.  With the endless Tucson sunlight and heat, almost every day is a perfect day for 18 holes, and for Pima Community College facilities employee Albert Quihuis, his life wouldn’t be the same if it weren’t for one. […]

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When foreign becomes domestic  

May 2, 2019

By COSTA B. PAPPAS With Pima Community College being such a culturally inclusive school, it has brought in a wide variety of students with different nationalities from all types of cultural backgrounds. Some of these students speak fluent English, but for some English is not their first language. Many would believe that to go to […]

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The return of Media Fusion

May 2, 2019

By AMARIS ENCINAS The Digital Arts department at Pima Community College will be hosting its annual Media Fusion on May 3.  Media Fusion specifically showcases three aspects: film, game design and animation. It started in 2017 and takes place at the end of each Spring semester.  “It grew out of an annual showing of student […]

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A blast from the Hydro Flask at Pima Community College

May 2, 2019

Story and photo by JOSH GRAY This $50 hunk of tin is popular.  The trend started last year (at least that’s when the trend hit Arizona), grew, peaked and has died quicker than it started. Hydro Flask isn’t talked about as much anymore, but they are still floating about college campuses across the country.  If […]

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The case for community

May 2, 2019

By JOSH GRAY I had the perception that community college was for losers that couldn’t handle college and didn’t care about their lives.  I never knew what I wanted to do until two weeks ago, but in high school I knew that I would go to a four-year institution. I was not going to end […]

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Preparing students for Pima’s ‘first year’

May 2, 2019

Photo and story by ALEXZANDRIA MARTINEZ  Pima Community College’s First Year Experience is an umbrella program, which means it offers several different options for every student.   Every student has different needs and interests and are in different areas of their lives. The program caters to students with at least 30 credits. At Pima, 30 credits […]

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