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Club cleans up Tucson

Club cleans up Tucson

Hundreds of UA students and staff members from the Mortar Board National Senior Honor Society will be conducting hands-on activities this weekend to make several Tucson neighborhoods cleaner and more appealing.

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Verse in the face of violence

Verse in the face of violence

Afghan and Pakistani women poets will be in the spotlight Thursday during the Artists’ Talk and Screening of “Shame Every Rose: Images from Afghanistan.”

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Verse in the face of violence

Verse in the face of violence

Afghan and Pakistani women poets will be in the spotlight Thursday during the Artists’ Talk and Screening of “Shame Every Rose: Images from Afghanistan.”

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Assault will go unpunished


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.

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