A College Divided 

Pima Community College begins the process of mending while the community calls for an administrative overhaul

Lee Lambert, Pima Community College's new chancellor, stands out from the college's recent executives—an advantage, seeing as the report that ultimately landed the college on probation specifically said Pima needs a change in leadership. Roy Flores held the chancellor position from 2003…

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