South Asian separation movements may learn a lesson from Scottish referendum

Jalaluddin Mughal,, Reporter

An extraordinarily transformative moment of reshaping in the United Kingdom was turned down as a majority of Scottish people voted “no” in a referendum just a few weeks back. Pro separation forces failed to accomplish...  Read More »

October 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Blackberry Passport from qwerty to quirky

Revathi Batola, Revathibatola@nevallynews,org, Reporter

It was 2005, when Blackberry 7250, one of the first to free us from our desks and put emails in our pockets came into existence. Blackberry lovers were hooked to the physical keyboards and how fast they could respond to messages. This...  Read More »

October 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Valley Metro routes cause problems for students

Ahtesham Azhar, Reporter

“Valley Metro bus service is not providing facilitating service to students. We get late from our classes due to prolong wait at bus stops,” these views were expressed by the students of...  Read More »

October 9, 2014 • 0 comments

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Artichokes look to playoffs after a Thunderbird roast

Artichokes look to playoffs after a Thunderbird roast

Nicholas Tirella, Reporter

Unfazed by pre-game smack talk from Mesa, the SCC Fighting Artichokes did what they usually do: win big. The sixth-ranked Artichokes beat the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds 56-29 on Saturday night. Before the game...  Read More »

October 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Gilbert families fight uphill legal battle for dogs

Hannah Cook,, News Editor

Armed with only a catty Facebook page and 23 stories of woe, families from across the state sue Green Acre Dog Boarding after 23 dogs were found dead in late June. Gabby Ugartte posted an eerily foretelling...  Read More »

October 7, 2014 • 12 comments

Tuition hikes may have contributed to enrollment drop

October 7, 2014

ISIS beheading videos create social media stir

October 7, 2014

Nation overreacts to spanking

October 5, 2014

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