They wouldnât explicitly tell you even if you asked, but the No. 6 Arizona menâs basketball team is looking forward to a revenge game against Oregon State on Friday in McKale Center. In a game that received plenty of national attention, the ...Read More
Outer space is in the spotlight in the Center for Creative Photography’s newest exhibition, “Astronomical: Photographs of Our Solar System and Beyond.”
The gallery, which opens Saturday, stems from numerous collections.Read More
The Pima County Attorney’s Office decided against the prosecution of Tucson Police Department officer Joel Mann for violently shoving a UA student during the Elite Eight clash.
Obama’s proposal of offering free community college sounds like the government is not only spoon-feeding the nation, but also picking favorites.
Like the programs and groups the students of the UA unwittingly fund with their student fees, the people of Arizona pay for a project they scarcely know about: Every person in Arizona who pays a water bill through the Central Arizona Project — Pima, Maricopa and Pinal counties — contributes to cloud-seeding experiments.
Despite disruptive and dangerous international conflicts, there is a community in Tucson that facilitates communication and support between groups such as Sunnis and Shiites, and Darfuris and Southern Sudanese. This community consists of refugees from all over the globe who have been sent to Tucson to rebuild their lives.
For the longest time, I, as a person with Asperger’s syndrome, thought my troubles with time management were all my fault. I thought the fact that I couldn’t juggle elaborate, improvisational schedules very well, or keep up with instructions barked out rapid-fire, or manage to get to my work even when I had all the time in the world was a flaw of my personality or laziness.