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  • Cities and universities disagree over tax exemption in Ducey budget proposal

    Posted 6:00am 04/17

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s Executive Budget proposes the redirection of state sales tax paid by Arizona’s public universities towards securing $1 billion dollars in bonds for the universities. More »

  • Ecuador study abroad brings conservation biology to winter break

    Posted 6:00am 04/27

    UA Study Abroad offers more than just semesters abroad for students learning languages or studying culture. Many short-term options focus on science. More »

  • March for Science: Tucson & UA community shows their colors on Earth Day

    Posted 6:00am 04/24

    Hundreds of people gathered in El Presidio Park on Earth Day April 22nd, with lab coats and homemade signs, to rally in support of the nationwide March for Science. More »

  • Hard rock at Old Main: UA mining students compete to drill massive boulder

    Posted 4:12pm 04/24

    On the morning of April 21st, a group of hard-hatted, safety-goggled, (mostly) bearded individuals gather near a 20-ton boulder next to Old Main. Students of UA’s Mining and Geological Engineering department, they’d come to test their mettle and see who could drill the deepest hole into the massive rock—using a drill weighing close to 120 pounds with only two minutes to do it. More »

  • TEDx Tucson

    Posted 8:07pm 04/27

    Samantha Orwoll, left, and Danielle Orozco, right, help guests of the UAInnovate-sponsored TEDxLive stream Thursday, April 27. More »

  • Veteran Award 1

    Posted 4:35pm 04/27

    Col. Robert D. Dwan, left, Gerrit Steenblik, center, and Cpl. Lawrence W. Strahler, right, pose for a photo at the American Legion Post 109 Sunday, April 23. Both WWII Veterans earned the Ordre national de la Legion d'honneur, France's highest honor. More »

  • Veteran Award 2

    Posted 4:35pm 04/27

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  • Cesar Salazar used to making sacrifices for the sport he loves

    Posted 6:00am 04/27

    Walking up to the plate with the bases loaded and two outs in the 11th inning against Mississippi State last season, Arizona catcher Cesar Salazar took a deep breath and swung his bat. Blacking out during the midst of the action, Salazar sprinted to first base with the voice of his first base coach yelling in his ear. Salazar soon blinked back into his senses and saw his teammates sprinting toward him as he just hit a walk-off single and punched their ticket to the 2016 College World Series.  More »

  • Sawmill Fire

    Posted 8:01pm 04/27

    As the wind kicks up, what might normally be a dust devil becomes an ash devil in the charred landscape near Empire Ranch while the Sawmill Fire burns on April 27, 2017, burning in Southeastern Arizona between Green Valley and J-6. More »

  • Sawmill Fire

    Posted 8:01pm 04/27

    The ashen landscape near Empire Ranch as the Sawmill Fire burns on April 27, 2017, burning in Southeastern Arizona between Green Valley and J-6. More »