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British series ‘Black Mirror’ resembles a modern ‘Twilight Zone’

Starlight Tucker, Features Editor, Puma Press

A little too close to reality The premise of the British short series “Black Mirror” by Charlie Brooker is an alternate universe in which technology is the heart of insan...  Read More »

FX’s ‘Atlanta’ premiere review

Connor Dziawura, Editor-in-Chief, Puma Press

“Atlanta” is a darkly funny new series and vessel for Glover to depict hip-hop and life in Atlanta on television, using eccentric humor and serious undertones.

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College students finally getting sequels, reboots to childhood classics

Holy Holy mesmerizes fans, honors Bowie

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Groove to local talent, feel inspired, check out JAM Festival this weekend

Sharlene Celeskey, Contemporary Culture Editor, Puma Press

Swirling bright Day-Glo colors will hypnotize you, kaleidoscopic confetti will assault you, and beach balls will beg you to throw them back into the crowd. These are some...  Read More »

3 hiking destinations to visit in Arizona

Carolyn Cuevas, Travel Editor

There are countless hiking and rock climbing trails to visit in Arizona. These places are known for camping, exploring and hiking throughout their rocky trails. Since Arizona...  Read More »

Spend ‘An Evening with Todd Rundgren’ May 8

Battle of the bands

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Medical marijuana dispensaries on Prop 205

Christian A. Ramos, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

Marijuana legalization hits Arizona’s ballot this November making voters, who are advocates as well as opponents, wonder what this means for the current medical marijuana dispensaries in the state. Support for a Propos...  Read More »

Animal euthanasia drops by 71 percent in Maricopa County

Tamara Juarez, Editor-in-Chief, Puma Press

Since 2012, Maricopa County has seen a decrease of animal euthanasia by 71 percent or 26,732 cats and dogs, according to a 2015 report released by the Alliance for Companion Animals. Once the place with the second highest...  Read More »

Arizona Senate bill limits abortion pill usage

Allison Neri, Reporter, Puma Press

The Arizona Senate passed a bill on February 24, 2016 that will limit the use of a commonly used abortion-inducing pill

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Local coffee shop and high school find the perfect balance

Kara Brown, Freelance Reporter, nevalleynews.org

Buzzberry, located off McDonald Drive and Granite Reef Road in Scottsdale, has utilized its location close to Saguaro High School in order to increase business. When it comes to early classes, high school students and...  Read More »

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Coyotes hire first female coach in NHL history

Garrett Glynn, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

In a monumental move, the Coyotes announced on Aug. 24 the hiring of skating coach Dawn Braid, the first ever full-time female coach in NHL history.  This news comes in the wake of the January announcement that the Buffalo...  Read More »

SCC baseball uses fall to prepare for spring

Trent Baze, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

With the offseason well underway for SCC's Artichokes baseball club, preparation is a top priority for coaches and players. In 2016, the Yavapai Roughriders captured the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference World...  Read More »

When rule changes go right: NHL’s gamble on overtime changes pays off

Ole Olafson, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

Prior to the 2005-06 season, in what I consider a stroke of genius, the National Hockey League eliminated the regular season tie game by instituting a game-ending shootout.  The shootout was meant to be a last resort if...  Read More »

Top pitching prospect adjusts to life in pro baseball

Alan Ruiz, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

The 2016 MLB draft gets underway on Thursday, June 9. In advance of the big event, reporter Alan Ruiz sat down with one of the Kansas City Royals' top prospects, right-handed pitcher Ashe Russell, to discuss what life is...  Read More »

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The student news site of Scottsdale Community College and Paradise Valley Community College.
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