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Dr. Daniel L. Kester is Pima Community College’s Director of Veterans and Military Affiliated Services.
5:39 PM UPDATE: All Pima Community College classes are cancelled for the remainder of the day due to the storm.
With injury woes and a subpar record, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ season is nearing a forgettable ending. However, certain players’ successes and talents are being recognized, especially among the rookies.
The University of Arizona will have another record-setting year with the greatest number of incoming freshmen, the highest overall enrollment and greater student diversity, preliminary figures indicate.
Amer Taleb's journalistic talent took him to Japan this summer, where he and other winners of the Roy W. Howard National Collegiate Reporting Competition toured multiple cities on a nine-day study trip. While in Hiroshima, he bought a silver keychain in the shape of a coin that was inscribed with a charge to work toward a more peaceful world.
1. U.S. helps break siege that trapped Yazidis atop an Iraqi mountain
One of the darkest days in Tucson history helped inspire Dr. Randall Friese to run as a Democratic candidate for the State House in District 9. Friese was one of the trauma surgeons who operated on victims of the Jan. 8 shootings.
An agreement made by House and Senate leaders on July 28 is set to change the way veterans receive healthcare from Veteran’s Affairs (VA) facilities.
Scott Bartle wants to increase the effectiveness of government in Arizona, with the best people making the best decisions.
(BPT) - For many, earning a college degree opened the door to the working world; it may have even been instrumental in landing your current job. But are you applying what you learned in college to your current career field? A recent survey suggests this might not be the case.
Jeff Laos was born with a killer jump shot and an affinity for music. Today he’s Soulular, a one-man electronic music project that is carving out a niche where he plays his own instruments in a genre known for using samples and loops.
Phoenix-headquartered Banner Health has reached an agreement with the University of Arizona Health Network (UAHN) and the University of Arizona (UA) to create a statewide health care organization and a comprehensive model for academic medicine.
(BPT) - Employment opportunities seem to be on the upswing for military veterans, which is encouraging for the hundreds of thousands of service members returning from duty and veterans who are looking for new civilian career opportunities.
(BPT) - For most kids, the final school bell signals a break from learning and a focus on summer fun, but for parents it often means an uphill battle to beat the “summer slide” in their child’s learning. Significant knowledge and skills gained during the previous school year can be lost if children don’t participate in enrichment and learning activities during summer break.
Five years after the end of the Great Recession, contractors and construction professionals are facing the opposite labor pains of employers during the economic downturn: a shortage of skilled workers. But here’s a piece of good news. Trade industry journal Engineering News-Record (ENR) recently reported that although federal funding for career and technical education programs has decreased by more than 13 percent a year, construction firms are taking an active role in seeking new workers with the help of state funding.
For two Seattle Pacific University students, the scene was all too familiar.
The Pima County Workforce Investment Board elected new officers at its monthly meeting on June 13.
TSAFC took on one of the top teams in the WPSL Pacific South Division and fell 3-1 to undefeated Beach FC on Sunday.
June 7 is the final Market on the Move event at Pima Community College’s Desert Vista Campus until the fall semester.
Local country music artist Andrew Cooper has heard his fair share of “no’s” while seeking a professional career in music, but now he has gotten a big-time “yes.”