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Nintendo Switch: switching on the power

Nintendo Switch: switching on the power

Austin Bell, Features Editor, Puma Press

With Nintendo Switch finally releasing what makes it different and who do fans feel.

The Return of Our Lorde and Savior

The Return of Our Lorde and Savior

Emma Ascott, Staff Writer, Puma Press

Lorde, one of the most unlikely popstars of our time, is gracing us with a new album after almost four long years.

Harper and the Moths emerge as highlight of Phoenix music scene

Body Art Expo at AZ State Fair recap

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Blues artist Davy Knowles goes back to basics on new album

Blues artist Davy Knowles goes back to basics on new album

Sharlene Celeskey, Contemporary Culture Editor, Puma Press

Young British blues artist Davy Knowles recorded his latest album, "Three Miles From Avalon" using old school (reel to reel) technology. His goal was to create a more live...

Turf Paradise hosts Relay for Life

Turf Paradise hosts Relay for Life

Jasmine Barber, Staff Writer, Puma Press

Relay for Life moves from PVCC to Turf Paradise.

PVCC celebrates 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ landmark album

Visit Arizona’s popular museums around the Valley

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Police recruitment low across nation

Police recruitment low across nation

Britney Smart, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

Police stations across the nation are hitting record lows for applicants, according to ABC News. Some cities report applications on the decrease up to 90 percent. There is not one answer as to why the numbers might be so ...

Conflict deepens in Syria

Conflict deepens in Syria

Tayyaba Siddiqui, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

Over 400,000 people have lost their lives in five years of civil war in Syria, which began with anti-government protests before escalating into a full-scale civil war. More than 11 million others have been forced from their...

New documentary sheds light on death of Tupac Shakur

New documentary sheds light on death of Tupac Shakur

Moriah Hubbard, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

On Sept. 7, 1996 hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur was shot in Las Vegas; he died on Sept. 13. Over 20 years later, no one knows who exactly killed 2Pac. However, Death Row Records founder and former CEO Suge Knight has released a...

March marked the 20th Anniversary of the infamous Phoenix Lights sighting

March marked the 20th Anniversary of the infamous Phoenix Lights sighting

Heather Kupka, Copy Editor, Puma Press

A brief overview of the international phenomenon The Phoenix Lights

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Diamondbacks pitchers confident as new season dawns

Diamondbacks pitchers confident as new season dawns

Jeremy Beren and Nicholas Tirella

The Arizona Diamondbacks wrap up spring training this week, and manager Torey Lovullo named his starting rotation on March 24. After a competitive spring, Lovullo settled on Zack Greinke, Robbie Ray, Patrick Corbin, Taijuan Walker and ...

Lady Pumas confidently carry on the rest of the season

Luis Morales, Staff Writer, Puma Press

PVCC men’s tennis team benefits the individual’s efforts

Zach Ewing, Staff Writer, Puma Press

The tennis team at Paradise Valley Community College is spear-headed by sophomore Nick Marroquin, the team captain.

Diamondbacks prepare for 2017 season

Diamondbacks prepare for 2017 season

Nicholas Tirella, Editor-in-Chief, Scottsdale Chronicle

The Arizona Diamondbacks' spring season is well underway and the team is focused on putting the past behind them. Last season, the Diamondbacks finished with a 69-93 win-loss record and have made improvements during the off-season by hi...

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