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Student Publications

Hone your literary skills by joining one of Pima’s student-run publications. Whether you’re interested in journalism, fiction, poetry, or art, you can find your niche here.

Pima PostThe Pima Post homepage reads "Pima Post, formerly the Aztec Press" in green letters over a white background. Beneath this text, there are four headings written in white text over a green background that read: "News", "Opinion", "A&E", "Features", "Sports"

The Pima Post is Pima Community College’s news media service.

Here you’ll find local and campus news, alongside student reporting on sports, arts and entertainment and opinion columns.

Become a staff member by enrolling in JRN 101 and 185. Classes are held on West Campus.

Read the Pima Post

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SandScript

SandScript cover. "SandScript" is written in green and white font at the top of the cover. Under the logo, there are two white flowers with green leaves.  Join the award-winning, student-run literary magazine, SandScript. Students on the West Campus create and design the entire publication in WRT 162 Literary Magazine Workshop.

SandScript features prose, poetry, and visual art from Pima students on all campuses. The 2015 edition won first place in the Community College Humanities Association’s Literary Magazine Competition. 

Read the 2021 Issue of SandScript

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Faculty Advisor: Elizabeth "Frankie" Rollins

Submit Your Work

Check out the SandScript website to see how you can make a submission, view our latest edition or make a donation for student awards and the yearly unveiling ceremony. 

SandScript Editorial Staff

Editor-in-Chief Jesse Shinn
Assistant Editor/Visual Art Editor Stephany Rocha
Managing Editor Raiden Lopez
Social Media Manager/Director of Archives Maria Servellon
Industry Outreach Coordinator/Prose Editor Madison Copic
Prose Editor Iris Gonzalez-Hill
Poetry Editor Ocean Washington
Visual Art Editor Mariah Gastulem
Faculty Advisor Frankie Rollins
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