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Student Publications

Hone your editorial and project management 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. 


Sandscript Cover SandScript is Pima's award-winning, student-run literary magazine and features prose, poetry, and visual art from Pima students on all campuses. Students enrolled in WRT 162 Literary Magazine Workshop create and design the entire publication.

SandScript has been published for over 30 years and has a national reputation. SandScript has received First Prize in the National Contest for Collegiate Magazines, held by the Community College Humanities Association, for five years in a row, from 2015-2019. The contest was on hold during the pandemic years, and upon resumption, SandScript won awards for individual works in prose, poetry and visual arts in the 2022 and 2023 editions.

Read the 2023 digital issue of SandScript

Read past digital editions (2020, 2021, 2022)

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Faculty Advisor: Mariah Young 

Submit Your Best Work!

Check out the SandScript website to see submission guidelines, access the submission form, and find out more about WRT 162, the class that creates SandScript. See the Pima Foundation SandScript page to make a donation for student awards. 

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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