Northeast Valley News

Chancellor Glasper issues statement on cuts to Maricopa Community Colleges

Jeremy Beren, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2015

Filed under NEWS, PODCASTS

From a Maricopa County Community College District press release: Cuts in state appropriations totaling $8.8 million will damage the Maricopa Community Colleges’ ability to improve successful educational outcomes for students,...

Arabian Horse Show completes 60th year

Christopher Hunter, Reporter

February 23, 2015

Filed under CULTURES, ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLES, NEWS, PODCASTS, THINGS TO DO

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 for...

Racial tensions boil over at Arizona State

Francisco Dominguez, Reporter

February 22, 2015

Filed under NEWS, PODCASTS

For many people, racial tensions are nonexistent, but for others it’s their daily reality. On May 20, Arizona State University police officer Stewart Ferrin thought he was doing just that when he stopped Assistant Professor Ersula Ore for jay walking across College Avenue...

Beck, St. Vincent win big at Grammys

Geoffrey Young, Reporter

February 22, 2015

Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, LIFESTYLES, NEWS, PODCASTS

The 57th Grammy Awards show, hosted for the fourth time by LL Cool J, was held Feb. 8 at Los Angeles’ Staples Center. Last year’s Grammy Awards generated overly positive reviews; highlights included 33 homosexual couples we...

SCC library construction hits another snag

Christopher Hunter, Reporter

February 22, 2015

Filed under NEWS, PODCASTS

Promises of increased study space, increased access to outlets, and more up-to-date computers have kept optimists excited about the library renovations at SCC. However, the hassle has been tremendous for the students, as well...

Sportscasting jobs available for those who get creative

Brian Palm

January 5, 2015

Filed under LIFESTYLES, NEWS, PROFESSIONAL SPORTS

How can an aspiring sports broadcaster use nontraditional approaches to break into the business without an expensive degree? The sportscasting industry is very competitive. To make matters worse, Education Portal forecasts that jobs in conventional television and radio markets will see no growth through 2022. That being said, some optimists exist i...

Some Mexican citizens stand up for murdered students

Samantha Hernandez

January 5, 2015

Filed under FEATURES, NEWS, OPINION, WORLD NEWS

How can 43 people just disappear? It turns out in Mexico it can happen quite easily. According to Mexico’s National Statistics Institute, approximately 123,470 people were kidnapped in the country in 2013. With 93.8 percent of crimes not invest...

Obama offers work permits to undocumented immigrants

Francisco Dominguez

January 5, 2015

Filed under FEATURES, NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS

On Nov. 20 a historical announcement was made, one that could potentially impact the lives of 5 million people on American soil. On that day, President Barack Obama addressed the nation from the White House to announce he had...

Mercury win WNBA championship

Jeremy Beren, Sports Editor

September 12, 2014

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS, SPORTS

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 a...

Big Three Dominant as Mercury Set Fire to Sky

Gino Valdez, Reporter

September 7, 2014

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS, SPORTS

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 Chicago...

Mercury tame Lynx, lead series 1-0 in best of three

Gino Valdez, Reporter

September 5, 2014

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS, SPORTS

The Phoenix Mercury led the league in scoring, averaging 83.5 points, while the Minnesota Lynx finished second with 81.6 points. Also, The Phoenix Mercury set a WNBA record in field goal percentage with 48.4 percent while Minnesota...

Egypt mediates Gaza cease fire

CNN News

August 6, 2014

Filed under NEWS, WORLD NEWS

(CNN) -- President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt is on a mission -- to return his country to its rightful place as the "indispensable" Arab state after what he saw as the dangerous chaos of Muslim Brotherhood rule under his p...

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