Arizona football now looks ahead to a matchup in Boulder with Colorado after snapping its two-game losing streak with a big win over Oregon State Saturday afternoon. Read More
One of my all-time favorite places on North Fourth Avenue is Pop-Cycle. It is a quaint little store that sells funky merchandise made mostly of recycled material. The art ranges from vintage to pop to punk. Read More
If the regents and Presidents Michael Crow, Rita Cheng and Hart are truly concerned about the financial state of Arizonaâs universities, they would have rejected these raises. The presidentsâ decisions to accept them reflect fundamental failures ...
Instead, Euclid Avenue wreaks havoc on your patience in the worst sort of way when it comes to rush hour, and if you’re a pedestrian, make sure to proceed with caution. Lots of caution. Can we fix it? Probably.
On Friday, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders came to Tucson and was a greeted by over 13,000 supporters. As the first presidential candidate to campaign in Tucson this election cycle, and the fifth to do so in Arizona, the high attendance shows the enthusiasm of Arizona voters. Unfortunately, as the election starts to heat up, Arizona voters shouldn’t expect these visits to continue.
At the end of September, the Federal Aviation Administration predicted that up to 1 million unmanned aerial vehicles could be sold in America this holiday season.
It goes without saying that Pope Francis’ inaugural visit to the U.S. last month was a massive success. In a breath of fresh air during the midst of the tumultuous 2016 election season, Americans from all demographic backgrounds seemed to finally celebrate the presence of a single, highly politicized figure.