Pima Communtiy College

Desert Vista library re-opens

March 2, 2017

  By RENE ESCOBAR  Pima Community College’s Desert Vista library has reopened after being closed 14 months for renovation. The college used federal Title V grant funds to pay for the $1 million project. The renovated library exhibits a modern look with glass walls and open floor space. It features all-new furnishings, computers and outlet […]

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Give future leaders the right tools

February 24, 2015

The world is getting smaller and social media made it so. We hear news of wars almost daily, and know what’s happening across the continents within seconds. World leaders convene to plan how to stop terrorism that threatens peace and stability. American people are getting tired of war. Sending boots on the ground becomes an […]

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TRACK: Teams have strong showing in Glendale

April 10, 2014

By JAIME HERNANDEZ Pima Community College men’s and women’s track teams failed to provide a national qualifier during competition at the Glendale Community College Outdoor Invitational on April 5, but did have several first-place finishes. To date, 14 Aztecs have national qualifying marks. Women jumpers dominate On the women’s side, four Aztec jumpers finished with […]

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STOMPING GROUNDS: Circle K is king of convenience

April 1, 2014

By ANDREW PAXTON It’s 3 a.m., you are hungry, thirsty and tired. Your car also needs a quart of oil, your cat needs food and there is a new movie on DVD you really want to see. Why isn’t there a store on every corner of Tucson that can solve all those problems while only […]

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Tennis: Teams back on track after spring break

March 27, 2014

By ZACH ARMENTA The Pima Community College women’s and men’s tennis teams returned to action March 25 after  a week off for spring break. Women’s team gets back on track Pima Community College (3-3, 1-2 in conference) women’s team returned from spring break firing on all cylinders. PCC crushed Glendale Community College 8-1 on the […]

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Credits will transfer despite probation, universities say

April 4, 2013

By CHELO GRUBB Each of Arizona’s three state universities have written letters assuring Pima Community College that transfers will still be accepted even if the college is placed under probation. The letters from Arizona State University, the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University are available on the college’s accreditation page. “The joint role that […]

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Faculty, community call for resignations

April 4, 2013

By ANDREW PAXTON The faculty and staff of Pima Community College have lost confidence in the governing board that is responsible for running the college, according to resolutions passed by representatives of each group. The Faculty Senate, in a 51-1 vote with two abstentions, approved a resolution stating the instructors have lost faith in a […]

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Campus Coverage Sept 13-26

September 13, 2012

Campus Coverage   Desert Vista food drive starting   Desert Vista Campus will hold an ongoing canned food drive starting Sept. 12 and running through Nov. 16. Canned donations will be accepted at the Student Life office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. until the drive ends in November. For more information, […]

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