nicholas trujillo

Spot the 10 differences

May 3, 2018

The 10 differences are: 1. Gaucho T-shirt, 2, Distinctive(s), 3. Back Snar, 4. Face on Poster, 5. Face swap number one, 6. Face swap number two, 7. No hands for Jeremiah Bailey, 8. (333), 9. Nathan Toy in the background, 10. Multiple light in the background.

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Calendar

May 3, 2018

AZTEC CALENDAR COMPILED By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO TUCSON EVENTS May 1-31: May Flowers – Madaras Gallery, 3035 N. Swan Road., 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily, free to the public, donations accepted. For more information, visit madaras.com. May 6: Dr. Grann’s Diet of hope Cinco de Mayo 10K, 5K and FitKidz Mile – Cholla High School, […]

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Changing the education game

April 12, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO The idea of changing education is abstract. Since the Industrial Revolution, most classrooms have been dictated in this format. We’ve been living in it for so long that it’s become the way we live. It’s like Copernicus trying to explain that the Sun is at the center of the solar system and […]

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National Rifle Association gunning for PCC

April 1, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO In a chaotic world where schools often are the target of gun violence, one group is taking matters into its own cold hands. The National Rifle Association is the unlikely candidate to have a hand in helping end violence. The group plans to buy out Pima Community College properties to turn into […]

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Cascading enrollment causes cutbacks

March 29, 2018

By JOE GIDDENS and NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Over the course of three years, Pima Community College has planned to have $15 million of net reduction by raising tuition $1 a credit hour, getting state funding and cutting positions in hopes to recover from falling enrollment numbers. The college having low enrollment numbers is an indirect effect […]

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Letter to the editor: Ready or not, changes are on the horizon for Pima

March 8, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Time and time again, Pima Community College does something that makes its image better and worse at the same time. There have been rumors that East Campus will close. In my previous story, I talked to Chancellor Lee Lambert, and he said that East Campus will not close. It does, however, beg […]

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Pima creates a new partnership in the south

March 8, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Santa Cruz County has the lowest socioeconomic standing in Arizona, yet it has the highest high school graduation rate in Southern Arizona. The name doesn’t ring a bell for many students north of Nogales city, but it’s on the radar for Pima Community College. “We have some of the most beautiful aspects, […]

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What a break means, 21 years after the (un)official ‘We were on a break’

March 7, 2018

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Let’s get one thing straight, Ross Geller and Rachel Green of “Friends” were on a break, which means they could do whatever they wanted with their lives. The circumstances they faced would most likely stay in the world of “Friends.” However, sometimes it can happen in real life. What we know We […]

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CrossFit fitting student budgets

December 7, 2017

STOMPING GROUNDS Story and Photos by NICHOLAS TRUJILLO People crowd around the workout-of-the-day board. Co-owner Will Ornelas stands in front, explaining what each workout is, how to do it and what muscles it will work. Welcome to the noon lunch class for CrossFit PowerTrain. Ornelas walks around and follows people as they sprint through the […]

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America: No. 1 scapegoater

November 16, 2017

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Americans have a bad history with finding scapegoats. If Americans agree on something they fear, they will unite against it. Throughout history, America has made it look easy when pointing a finger. Just shy of 80 years ago, the United States entered World War II. With that came internment camps. These camps […]

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Pima block party

November 2, 2017

PCC ponders a new scheduling system for students reminiscent of high school By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Block scheduling: This method often is the way high schools dictate what classes students can take on certain days. This type of scheduling format, however, may be coming to Pima Community College. It’s important to note the schedules that PCC […]

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BEST BETS

October 19, 2017

By RENE ESCOBAR and NICHOLAS TRUJILLO   KFMA FALL BALL 10/21 Fall Ball returns to Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. On Oct. 21, tickets are $40 and VIP $130. It will feature the stylistics of Pierce The Veil, Thrice, Beartooth and Breaking Benjamin. Tickets are available at ticketfly.com.   Tucson Half Marathon 5K 10/29 Tucson Medical […]

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Letter from the editor: Legalize and realize

October 19, 2017

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO Among the controversial issues that clutter news outlets, I want to take the time to explore one that has gone under the radar for some, if not most.: medicinal marijuana. When Proposition 205 was introduced, there were outcries of why the drug should be legalized in Arizona. Arguments included generating profits for […]

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PIMA NEWS

October 19, 2017

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO PCC celebrates adjunct faculty Pima Community College will honor their adjunct faculty that have been with PCC for 10, 20 and 30 years. On Friday, Dec. 1, adjunct faculty and six guests of their choice will be able to go to the Pima Air and Space Museum for a complimentary tour, activities […]

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VOLLEYBALL: Pima battles through string of losses

October 13, 2016

By NICHOLAS TRUJILLO   With the regular season wrapping up, the Pima Community College volleyball team is hoping for a strong finish.   Sept. 28: PCC 1, Mesa CC 3   The Aztecs avoided a sweep by No. 17 Mesa Community College, but ultimately fell at home in four sets, 25-16, 25-22, 20-25, 25-1. Freshman […]

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