- Your Voice
EVENT: 2015 ART SAFARI
Pima Community College women’s basketball player Melody McLaughlin was named ACCAC Division II Player of the Week on Monday.
What: PCC performing arts musical comedy MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT
Two area wrestlers won their weight classes at Flowing Wells Invitational, annually one of the one of the toughest wrestling tournaments in the state.
what: PCC Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery – BREAKING DOWN SURFACE TENSION
Exhibition Duration: January 8th through February 4th
Two fortunate occurrences helped save Mary Jessie Herrera’s arm, and possibly her life, after being hit by two rounds from an AK-47 during an ambush in Iraq. Today, Herrera and the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes organization try to come in to aid combat-wounded veterans when they need it most.
Pima Community College got word today that it will most likely have its probation lifted, based on a report by the Higher Learning Commission.
Pima Community College’s Fashion Design students, in collaboration with Buffalo Exchange, present a pop-up shop featuring custom T-shirt designs for women, men and juniors.
The music makers at Casas Adobes Congregational Church UCC are preparing for a season of song including a jazzy version of “Hurry to Bethlehem” by Don Besig to accompany the traditional children’s pageant on Dec. 14.
Former Mountain View standout Melody McLaughlin was ACCAC Division II Player of the Week on Monday.
Pima Community College Dance performs to a diverse mix of choreography and music in Signature Selections
What: Pima Community College Wind Ensemble concert
Tucson, AZ – The Pima Community college women’s soccer (16-4-2) waived little toy gators in the end, signifying they are going to Florida to compete in the NJCAA National Tournament.
The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (18-4-1) won the Region I, Division I championship on Saturday as the No. 3 seeded Aztecs held off No. 4 Phoenix College 2-1 at the Kino North Grandstand.
Thank you for your recent article featuring the candidates seeking a seat on the Pima Community College Board. Of the two people running, Mark Hanna is the one who has the better sense of what PCC must do to move forward from its current difficulties so that it can best serve the young people of Southern Arizona. He is also well equipped to work alongside students, faculty, business leaders and the entire community in strengthening the college’s mission and vision.