Letter to the editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR, New certificate makes taxes simple

February 21, 2018

By DIANA BURGE Anyone remember the 2018 Super Bowl commercial from Turbo Tax? The under-the-bed monster? The stress and loss of sleep from thinking about taxes … I say become your own tax hero. There are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. I am sure you have heard a version of this expression […]

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Letter to the Editor

December 7, 2017

This issue’s Letter to the Editor is in response to Alex de León’s Opinion piece on “Wonder Woman” from Aztec Press’ Issue 2. By NATALIE WOODS I’m currently a math tutor at Pima East Campus, and I’m also a queer bookworm who enjoys the recent inundation of Marvel and DC action movies. When I read […]

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

November 2, 2017

This letter is a response to Alex De León’s Opinion piece, “Don’t bet on gun control post-Vegas” in Issue 4. Dear Mr. De León, Your facts are incorrect: No. 1, politics like this aren’t really proper in a college newsletter. Two, there is no such thing as a fully automatic weapon. It is automatic or […]

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Students: Protest tuition increase

April 20, 2017

  Pima Community College administrators, unfortunately with the support of the Board of Governors and faculty, are incompetent with a focus on their own aggrandizement at the expense of PCC students. Witness the recent increase in student tuition to support a financially bloated administration and faculty, notwithstanding a 30-plus percent decline in student enrollment within […]

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Opinion page holds common theme

May 8, 2014

In response to the thoughtful Opinion page in the April 10-23 edition of the Aztec Press: Mr. Del Grande makes the real point that Americans too often fail to note the events of genocide historically and worldwide. We are too content within our comforts to take serious the deaths of huge numbers “elsewhere,” but the […]

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Letter to the Editor: Veterans Center, fix yourself

April 10, 2014

I am a non-traditional, veteran full-time student pursuing an associate of science degree in order to fulfill prerequisites for a graduate program. Since I also work full time at Fort Huachuca, I have a three-hour roundtrip commute when I attend my classes or science labs in the evenings. Due to my full-time schedule (I have […]

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