By Leah LeMoine
The event – open to all students and staff but attended primarily by Spanish and communication students – was billed as a cultural exploration of Ecuador, a tiny but populous country wedged between Colombia and Peru on the northwestern coast of South America.
By Luis Montes
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that over the last 20 years more and more people in the United States have been affected by obesity. As of 2007, the state of Arizona had an obesity prevalence of 25.4 percent.
By Leah LeMoine
"Teach-In" educates students, staff on global warming issues "You people are different from anyone that ever came before you. You actually care about the environment."
By Matt Petersen & Justin Shepard
The Lady Gauchos' whirlwind season touched down on the Glendale coaching staff two weeks ago.
Women's basketball head coach Tom Sutherland was released from his coaching duties as a result of an undisclosed incident within the team.
By Matt Petersen
Being an Arizona native, I go swimming at least 75 times a year.
Drinking fountains and the precious water thereof are necessities I take advantage of on a near-daily basis. Bathroom breaks are not only mandatory, but at times a welcome relief from boring classes. I've taken my fair share of bus rides.
By Rogelio Macias
Single, unemployed mother of fourteen babies, seeks media attention for her new batch of octuplets. She is looking for endorsements while disregarding her offspring's wellbeing.
Por Leah LeMoine
El evento estuvo abierto para todos los estudiantes y empleados pero primariamente concurrido por estudiantes de español y de Comunicaciones concentrándose en la exploración cultural del Ecuador, un pequeño pero poblado país localizado entre Colombia y Perú en la costa noroeste de Sur América.