Train concert wows Phoenix audience

Train concert wows Phoenix audience

Rachel Thompson , Diversity Editor

Train, along with Matt Nathanson and The Fray, performed at Ak-Chin Pavilion on May 26. Matt Nathanson was the opening performance for The Fray. He performed cover songs...  Read More »

Indie films highlight women’s struggle in art world

Indie films highlight women’s struggle in art world

Sharlene Celeskey, Contemporary Culture Editor, Puma Press, PVCC

.“Effie Gray” Genre: Biographical drama Director: Richard Laxton Producer: Andreas Roald Donald Rosenfeld Screenplay:...  Read More »

‘Rebel Heart’ exposes Madonna’s vulnerable side

Game Club hosts end of the year party

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Easy ways to successfully update your closet, make money

Easy ways to successfully update your closet, make money

Christina Michaels, Contributing Writer, Puma Press, PVCC

Sometimes a girl just really needs to update her closet, and what better way than retail therapy. Whether you want to finally get rid of those clothes you haven’t worn in...  Read More »

Calling all writers: 50K word competition

Calling all writers: 50K word competition

Jamie Roper, Contributing Writer, Puma Press, PVCC

Every November thousands of people participate in National Novel Writing Month (aka. NaNoWriMo), a non-profit organization that strives...  Read More »

Andy Warhol exhibit cools down Arizona

Street-length slip and slide comes to the Valley

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Sexual assault awareness garners renewed attention

Sexual assault awareness garners renewed attention

Caity Hemmerle, Reporter

In April 2014, the first report from the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault was released. It began with this stomach-turning statement: one in five college students experience an incident of sexual...  Read More »

Tensions swell between police forces and black communities

Tensions swell between police forces and black communities

Francisco Dominguez, Reporter

“Black lives matter.” This motto epitomizes a movement that began when George Zimmerman was acquitted by a Florida court in the July 2013 death of 17-year-old Trayvon...  Read More »

Racism remains a societal evil

Ahtesham Azhar, Reporter

Despite the vast awareness of racism and tons of policies in place to address the issue, the United States still struggles with the existence of racism in the society and its system. The recent riots in Baltimore because...  Read More »

Obama and Castro make historic handshake in Panama City

Obama and Castro make historic handshake in Panama City

Jerry Raburn, Politics Editor

Four months after announcing relations with Cuba will be restored, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro were able to finally shake hands on April 11, 2015 at the Summit of Americas in Panama, showing...  Read More »

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Aaron Hernandez’ turbulent past destroys promising future

Aaron Hernandez’ turbulent past destroys promising future

Damir Lolic, Sports Editors, Puma Press, PVCC

In 2007, teenage Aaron Hernandez was breaking records en route to becoming the state of Connecticut’s Gatorade National Football Player of the Year. Hernandez came from a family of athletes. His dad and brother both played...  Read More »

Puma baseball’s remarkable spring season

Puma baseball’s remarkable spring season

Damir Lolic, Sports Editor, Puma Press, PVCC

The Paradise Valley Community College Puma men’s baseball team has enjoyed a terrific 2015 campaign thus far. Their 27-9 record in conference play this season has been a major indication of that. Currently riding a 10-game...  Read More »

Mayweather-Pacquiao fight draws international attention

Christopher Hunter, Reporter

Fifteen years in, and we're a few days from seeing "the fight of the century.” Just seven years ago, after knocking out Ricky Hatton and Oscar De La Hoya, Floyd "Money" Mayweather retired from boxing as the number one...  Read More »

ASU adds ice hockey as Division I program

Brian Palm, Reporter

Thanks to two private donations totaling $32 million, Arizona State will start the 2015-2016 season with a new Division I hockey team. Greg Powers, who had been the club team’s head coach for the last five years, will...  Read More »

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