Arizona Western College celebrated the Day of the Dead with various activities on campus.
Imagine yourself basking in the warm Italian sun, surrounded by stunning architecture and cobblestone streets, sampling some of the world's finest cuisine.
If you haven't been inside the Purple Room upstairs in the 3C Bldg. this semester, a side trip to the Campus Life area would be well worth your while.
This semester Arizona Western College students and local Yuma residents are offered a chance to learn and participate in the honored tradition of Japanese Kendo, a martial art that can endow students with an enhanced ability to concentrate and study.
Throughout the semester Film Studies student Anthony Bannister will take Western Voice readers through the history of Hollywood cinema, examining its changing role in our lives.
Celebrating Mexican and Latino heritage and arts is what the Yuma area does best, and never was there a better opportunity than this.
Harkins Theater is applauded for not only providing Yuma with diverse entertainment but also for heeding the call for civic responsibility in bringing this documentary to Yuma.
Students of Bill Blomquist and Angel Luna exhibited works in ceramic, sculpture, drawing, painting, 3D-design and print making.
Miserak's musical genres encompass healing music, massage music, world music and New Age music. He has performed for and with many well-known artists in these various disciplines. He composes his music in Mount Shasta, where he lives.