Nick Meyers

‘Lazy poor’ is a lazy argument

April 7, 2016

By NICK MEYERS It’s a go-to argument for the right wing. “Poor people are lazy,” “I don’t want my taxes going to drug addicts,” and “If you can’t afford a kid, don’t have one.” Before we get into the numbers, let’s take a look at how this argument falls apart from a psychological and economic […]

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Rodeo By the Numbers

February 24, 2015

Compiled by Nick Meyers and Katie Stewart Vacio 90* Years since first Tucson Rodeo. Over 200*** Number of floats entered in the Tucson Rodeo Parade each year. 300*** Participants in the first Tucson Rodeo Parade in 1925. 650* Estimated number of human contestants in Tucson Rodeo. 1,000* Estimated number of horse participants at Tucson Rodeo. 2,000* Estimated number of […]

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From the Editor: Speak out about changes at PCC

February 12, 2015

By NICK MEYERS The start of the new semester brought at least one big surprise: the disappearance of Sodexo cafeterias from Pima Community College campuses. Last issue we ran the story “So long Sodexo! Cafeteria changes vendors” in which our reporter outlined PCC’s reasoning behind making the switch. I have heard from many of you […]

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Admin changes happening at Pima

January 29, 2015

By NICK MEYERS Pima Community College hired three new administrators over the winter break as well as appointing an acting East Campus president and saying farewell to its vice chancellor for public information and federal government relations. Vice chancellor for human resources Dan Berryman will be Pima’s new vice chancellor for human resources. “Dan bring […]

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