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Men's Basketball Dominates at Home

Jan 3, 2013 • by Alicia Mullings • PHOENIX COLLEGE
NJCAA TV • Tagged
Men's Basketball hosted the Jegos of Tohono O'odham Community College last night as they fought to win their tenth game of the season.  The game stayed close in the early minutes of the first half, but soon the Bears wo More

Women's Basketball Extends Win Streak to Five Games

Jan 3, 2013 • by Alicia Mullings • PHOENIX COLLEGE
NJCAA TV • Tagged
Phoenix College Women's Basketball extended their win streak to five games with their win over Tohono O'odham CC last night.  The Bears jumped out to an early 23-4 lead over the Jegos a lead in which the Jegos would be unable to come back from. Phoenix College went into h More

2011 NJCAA DII Volleyball Championship Begins Thursday in Toledo, Ohio

Nov 15, 2011 • NJCAA TV
Check out live video of the DII Volleyball Championship of the NJCAA this week on NJCAA TV. More

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Eastern sweeps No. 1 Phoenix College

Apr 17, 2015 • Eastern Arizona Courier
THATCHER — Eastern knew it had a tough doubleheader against Phoenix on Tuesday. The Monsters were swept the last time both teams crossed ball and bat, but this time they got to taste victory with a sweep of their own, 3-1 and 5-4. Phoenix coach Heinz ... More

AZ college students speak out about fee hikes

Apr 21, 2015 • AZFamily
Right now, more adjunct, or part-time professors are used, which students said is OK. "I don't really see much difference," said Melissa Lynch, a Phoenix College Student. The California native is taking classes at Phoenix College until she establishes ... More

Raul H. Castro Institute at Phoenix College to Honor the 2015 Arizona Latina ...

Apr 26, 2015 • PR Web (press release)
Dr. Nancy A. Gonzales, Arizona State University Foundation Professor of Psychology and director of ASU Prevention Center – Esteemed clinical psychologist who is recognized nationally for her work on adolescent mental health. She is a strong advocate ... More

Five weekend stories you may have missed

May 4, 2015 • Arizona Daily Star
Sure signs of spring in the desert: warming weather, blooming cacti — and rattlesnakes slithering out of their dens. The venomous vipers are out and about around Southern Arizona, and they're biting. “We've had 24 bites reported so far this year — 12 ... More

Tempe police step up efforts to enforce pedestrian laws

May 4, 2015 •
That's why Tempe police are stepping up patrols from May 1 through May 8 to make sure that both drivers and pedestrians are obeying the law. It's a campaign called "Stop and Think" that is in conjunction with the Arizona Governor's Office of Highway ... More

Services set for ex-Gov. Raúl Castro in Tucson

Apr 30, 2015 • Arizona Daily Star
... Raúl H. Castro Scholarship Fund at Center for Latin American Studies, University of Arizona, P.O. Box 210076, Tucson, Arizona 85721; Raúl H. Castro Institute at Phoenix College, Attn: Development Office, 1202 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85013. More

National low income education program expands to Arizona

Apr 30, 2015 •
PHOENIX - Maricopa Community Colleges are partnering with a program to give underprivileged students a chance for a better life. The program is called "Year Up." It's currently in Boston, Chicago, and other cities, and is now moving to Phoenix. "'Year ... More

Students concerned about credits, loans after Everest College closes

Apr 30, 2015 • ErieTVNews
Phoenix, AZ -- Hundreds of student lined up at Everest College in Phoenix Wednesday afternoon, trying to figure out what will happen to their credits and student loans now that the school is shutting down. Top officials from the U.S. Department of ... More

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