Vagina Monologues

March 14, 2019

By MONTY GANTTSpring2019VaginaMonologuesV1 On March 28th  at the Proscenium Theater at 7 PM, Pima Community College students, staff and alumni will come together to put on a performance of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.” Upon first glance at the title of the show, it may seem like an open discussion forum of anatomy for women. […]

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Pima Rolls onto Third Straight Regional Championship

March 14, 2019

Pima Rolls onto Third Straight Regional Championship By MONTY GANTT The Pima Community College Men’s Basketball team dominated Scottsdale Community College March 8 to win its third straight NJCAA Region 1, Division II championship. March 8 vs. Scottsdale CC 107-73  The No. 1-ranked Aztecs defeated the two-seeded Scottsdale Community College 107-73 to win the NJCAA […]

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Pima adjunct charged with Murder 1

March 14, 2019

By ALEXANDER LOPEZ An Oro Valley man and adjunct instructor of two online history classes for Pima Community College has been arrested in connection with the murder of his wife, Oro Valley police said. Trevor Draegeth, 37, was teaching The Holocaust and Introduction to Western Civilization at Pima this semester, according to class schedules at […]

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Pima offers inspiration toward graduation

March 14, 2019

By JOE GIDDENS Pima Community College Communications Department will stir your spirits to graduate by hosting the inaugural “Day of Inspiration” April 3.  Staff that teach all of Pima’s writing courses, foreign language and English as a Second Language will be donning graduation caps and gowns to raise awareness of the importance of finishing your […]

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR- The Mystery of Shatner

March 14, 2019

By JOE GIDDENS William Shatner. One of Canada’s finest exports turns out to have as many careers as he has had wives. You’ve seen him fight men in rubber monster suits, helm the Enterprise and sell you on travel websites. Now it’s time to allow the man to grace your playlists as well.  Shatner released […]

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The sound of the woodwinds comes to Pima

February 28, 2019

By KYLE KERSEY Mark Nelson isn’t just the acting dean of Arts at Pima Community College, he’s also an accomplished tuba player, teacher, band director and musical historian. Nelson’s office, located near the entrance of the Center for the Arts building at West Campus, is adorned with stacks of CDs, old recording equipment and assorted […]

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Five great albums snubbed at the Grammys

February 28, 2019

By KYLE KERSEY February’s no fun. Football season is over. Arizona has yet to reach peak surfing weather. There isn’t much new music. Oh, and the Grammys happened. That’s bad, too.  1. Pusha T – “Daytona” (Hip-hop) Boomers will deride it as everything that’s wrong with hip-hop culture. I’ll praise it as a pugnacious poem […]

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Helping Tucson to hear the music

February 28, 2019

By JOSH GRAY Carol Carder is Pima College’s Marketing and PR Coordinator for the Center for the Arts and Pima Arts. Carder moved here, from the Midwest where she worked in the marketing department for another college, to be close to her daughter. She has been with Pima for 14 years now. Q: What do […]

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A pitch against the designated hitter

February 28, 2019

By KYLE KERSEY For the uninitiated, here’s scripture: “The designated hitter rule allows teams to use another player to bat in place of the pitcher. Because the pitcher is still part of the team’s nine defensive players, the designated hitter — or “DH” — does not take the field on defense.” This is the official […]

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Nakai dunks on up, breaking two more records

February 28, 2019

By: Henry Robichaud   Jacqulynn Nakai has another Pima Women’s Basketball record with her 9th ACCAC player of the week honors. During the week her averages were 30 points eight rebounds and five assists. She has been on fire this year leading the ACCAC in scoring averaging a monstrous 24.1 points per game. On Feb. […]

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