• Etched in Stone: Petroglyph Hikes Offered at Spur Cross

    Etched in Stone: Petroglyph Hikes Offered at Spur Cross

    Gary Bullock, Lifestyle Editor

    September 4, 2014

    Not far north of Paradise Valley Community College, lies a patch of land capable of changing one’s perspective on what the deserts around Phoenix have to offer. If you’re seeking 1000-year-old petroglyphs, a shady spot to relax, an adventurous day hike, nature watching or even a creek-side picnic,... READ MORE »»

    Above is the Spur Cross artificial pond. This pond re-purposed the old Spur Cross well and now plays host to mud turtles, long finned dace fish and two endangered species: the desert pup fish and gila top fin.

    Gary Bullock

  • Popular app joins local people interested in dating one another

    Popular app joins local people interested in dating one another

    Tory Weeks & Amber Kahwaji, Sports Editor & Managing Editor

    April 16, 2014

    Tory: Took awhile for Tinder to catch fire Rihanna may have found love in a hopeless place, but I’m not having such luck with that one and Tinder hasn’t been much help at all. Tinder is an app that you can get on your phone to help you meet local people who are just as lonely... READ MORE »»

    Tory Weeks, Scottsdale Chronicle sports editor, had mixed results with his Tinder experience. At first, no one responded, then when he was about to give up, notices arrived that women were interested.

  • Hunks Hauling Junk move world one box at a time

    Hunks Hauling Junk move world one box at a time

    Danielle Williams, Reporter

    April 16, 2014

    There’s nothing sexy about moving but SEX sells and in the moving business, who better to move your sofa than hot college students? Meet Mike Neumayr, 24 Arizona native, former Lacrosse college athlete and a graduate of Whittier College private school in Los Angeles with a double major in kinesiology... READ MORE »»

    College Hunks Hauling Junk manager, Mike Neumayr, loads one of the company's signature moving vans.

    Danielle Williams

  • Surviving the Bosnian Genocide

    Surviving the Bosnian Genocide

    Jeremy Beren, Reporter

    April 16, 2014

    The first thing Esad Boškailo will tell you about himself is that he is a winner. “I call myself a winner all the time. I win this game with a high score. I’m free, I have a professional career, a family life, everything,” he said in his thick Eastern European accent. Boškailo is an attending... READ MORE »»

    Zac Velarde

Mercury win WNBA championship

Jeremy Beren, Sports Editor

The Phoenix Mercury rose to the occasion once again, and firmly re-assumed their spot among the WNBA elite. The Mercury won their third WNBA championship on Friday night, as the team beat the Chicago Sky 87-82 to complete...  Read More »

September 12, 2014 • 0 comments

Big Three Dominant as Mercury Set Fire to Sky

Gino Valdez, Reporter

The Phoenix Mercury took care of business on Sunday afternoon, and now stand just two wins from the ultimate glory. The “Big Three” of Dupree, Griner, and Taurasi ruled in the Mercury’s 83-62 win over the helpless...  Read More »

September 7, 2014 • 0 comments

Tuition hikes result downturn in admission at SCC

Jalaluddin Mughal, Reporter

SCC experienced a 2 percent downturn in admissions this semester while tuition and fees rose. An official financial report provided by Carl Couch, SCC vice president of Administrative Services, made available to the...  Read More »

September 6, 2014 • 0 comments

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Mercury win WNBA championship

Jeremy Beren, Sports Editor

The Phoenix Mercury rose to the occasion once again, and firmly re-assumed their spot among the WNBA elite. The Mercury won their third WNBA championship on Friday night, as the team beat the Chicago Sky 87-82 to complete...  Read More »

September 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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Infant Start Can Finish Autism Spectrum Disorder

Jeremy Beren, Sports Editor

Autism research has endured many peaks and valleys, as researchers have relentlessly worked for something close to a cure. Finally, they may have found it. A new study at the University of California-Davis...  Read More »

September 12, 2014 • 0 comments

Don’t be a fool, wrap your tool

September 9, 2014

Flood of digital data gives ‘God’s eye view,’ needs regulation


May 16, 2014

Movies with lead women earn more money

April 16, 2014

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