Pima to hold ‘Faces of First Year’ event featuring the Immigrant and Student Resources Center

November 17, 2020

By Dalton Grijalva The First Year Experience program, along with Student Life will be hosting a live event through Pima Student Engagement YouTube channel on November 20th at 1:30 p.m.. The event, called Faces of First Year, will feature The Immigrant and Student Resources Center (IRSRC).  The event will introduce students to staff, student leaders, […]

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Column: Mandate on toxic politics

November 15, 2020

By Kevin Hartung Taking the White House is a victory, holding the Senate and adding to the House number is also a win. Neither side generated a landslide victory indicating that a state of contention continues to exist in our country. We the people have found our voice. What played out in this election was […]

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Q&A with Los Angeles Charges wide receiver and Pima alum Jeff Cotton

November 15, 2020

Photo by Andy Morales (All Sports Tucson) By Troy Hutchinson Millions of kids grow up dreaming of playing in the NFL and becoming stars like their favorite players that they see on television. However, chances of achieving this are slim, as according to the NCAA, only 3.8 percent of college football players make it to […]

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Column: Blending opposing forces in humanity

November 13, 2020

By Kevin Hartung Although not the only one, John F. Kennedy once said, “We recognize that what unites us is greater than what divides us…”  This was true of both Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson. Both held individual visions for the United States and the nation needed both men. Theirs was not a close friendship […]

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Sculpture on campus 2020

November 13, 2020

By Noor Haghighi Since 2004, Pima Community College has given local artists the opportunity to enrich the PCC environment with their contemporary outdoor sculptures. This year, the opening ceremony was taken to the virtual world with a live stream via YouTube on Friday, October 30.  PCC Dean of the Arts, Steven Higginbothom, opened with the […]

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Devin Booker wants out of Phoenix?

November 12, 2020

Photo by Keith Allison By Kyler Van Vliet With the NBA finals coming to a close in October and the 2021 NBA season aiming at a late December start, it leaves fans with a fairly short offseason window to fantasize about unrealistic trade inquisitions and drool over the latest rumors surrounding the league.  The latest […]

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Review: Cobra Kai kicks to Netflix

November 11, 2020

By Dalton Grijalva Cobra Kai is the sequel to the Karate Kid movies set thirty years in the future featuring the original actors, as well as some fresh new faces. The show was originally released as a Youtube Red as an exclusive in 2018. Just like its main character Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), it finds […]

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Tucson to host ‘Sonoran Caribbean carnival’

November 9, 2020

By Nate Martinez The melting pot that is Tucson, Arizona gets a little bit more cultural with its first in person/virtual Caribbean Carnival.  The event will be at the Dunbar Pavilion Center on November 14 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.. The carnival will feature a live DJ, Caribbean themed costumes and many South American […]

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Pima to distribute food to students in need

November 6, 2020

By Troy Hutchinson Pima Community College (PCC) has put together a Student Food Pantry Box in part of its partnership with United Way Day of Caring.  The PCC is a part of this effort every November, asking its faculty and employees to volunteer their time towards different projects across all campuses. The volunteer slots to […]

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Food Review: Tacos y Hot Dogs El Giro

November 6, 2020

By Lanissa Patterson It is not always easy to find cuisine cooked with passion and knowledge at an affordable price, but in Tucson there is Tacos y Hot Dogs El Giro. Tacos y Hot Dogs El Giro is a food truck located on the corner of Golf Links and Harrison, right in front of Walgreens. […]

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