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Natalie Gomez, Curator

Feb. 23, 2015 - Feb. 27, 2015 ISIS Executioner 'Jihadi John' Is Named as Mohammed Emwazi The...  Read More »

State cuts community college budget in half

State cuts community college budget in half

Israel Gonzalez, Editor-in-chief

On Jan. 16, recently elected Gov. Doug Ducey proposed a state budget that would include a reduction of $75 million to state universities and a 50 percent reduction in state aid to community colleges by 2016. Pima, Pinal...  Read More »

Arabian Horse Show completes 60th year

Christopher Hunter, Reporter

The 60th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show concluded yesterday at West World in Scottsdale. It was a great event for the whole family, and fun for everyone, novice to horse-lover. “This is kind of like ground-zero...  Read More »

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Rainbow cubes a fun Spring dessert

Rainbow cubes a fun Spring dessert

Sarah Al Darraji , Foods Editor

Since Spring is knocking on our doors, how about an easy, delicious dessert, a dessert made of only four ingredients. Ingredients: 1 cup of Semolina 1 cup of Sugar 5-6...  Read More »

Relay teams gather to raise funds to help put an end to cancer.

PVCC to host Relay for Life

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Bentley art gallery

Greg Louganis and Dobby, his loyal Terrier companion, kick off the 2015 Desperado film festival at PVCC's Center of Performing Arts.

Olympic Champion shares life struggles, triumphs

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Puma track stars set sights on Nationals

Puma track stars set sights on Nationals

Damir Lolic, Sports Editor

The 2015 National Junior College Athletic Association indoor track and field National Championships are less than a month away. With several student-athletes excelling on the track, the PVCC Pumas track and field team has...  Read More »

Lady Artichokes on pace to finish season strong

SCC men’s basketball team sets eyes on playoff run

Phoenix Suns seek playoff spot, end to 5-year drought

PGA sponsor exemptions give Jon Rahm, others chance to shine

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Free community college would bridge gap between social classes

Free community college would bridge gap between social classes

Israel Gonzalez , Editor-in-Chief, Puma Press

On Jan. 8, President Barrack Obama shocked the nation with a proposal that two years of community college should be universally free, like public schools, to all American students who are...  Read More »

Cigars, travel on horizon for Americans if tensions ease with Cuba

Let the oil war begin

Brain vs. Brawn: Who’s better in the broadcasting booth?

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