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The Starbucks located inside the University of Arizona Bookstore will be closing for renovations begging Friday, June 15, according to the Student Union Memorial Center website.
On Saturday afternoon at Belmont Racetrack outside New York City, University of Arizona graduate Bob Baffert’s horse, Justify, took home the most prestigious championship in horse racing: The Triple Crown. A three-year-old colt, Justify is Baffert’s second horse in four years to earn the Crown, but he wasn’t the only horse competing Saturday with a UA connection. Here are the four big UA winners from this Triple Crown season.
Looking for something to do with Dad for the upcoming Father's Day Weekend? Check out these three weekend events happening around Tucson.
For her brave dedication uncovering government corruption in Mexico, CNN en Espanol journalist Carmen Aristegui will recieve this year’s John Peter and Anna Catherine Zenger Award for Press Freedom.
Jim Patten, reporter, editor and former head of the school of journalism — and one of the people responsible for starting a movement to save the school in 1994 when it was under threat of shutting down — died June 8 of complications related to lung cancer. He was 83 years old.
Treat your dad to an early Father’s Day treat by grabbing tickets for the premiere showcase of Tucson’s Mexican food culture hosted by the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance. With more than 20 different restaurants on hand, even the mildest salsa pallet should be represented.
Tucson may be better known for Sonoran Hot Dogs and Mexican Food, but you’d think it was the center of the pizza universe this last Saturday for the Tucson Originals Fourth Annual Pizza Throwdown.
The University of Arizona is the 52nd best university on Earth, according to a new set of rankings compiled by the Center for World University Rankings. The ranking is an improvement of 23 spots from 2017's list.
Three separate projects around the greater University of Arizona area are underway in some form or fashion, with construction affecting two major traffic arteries around campus.
The Arizona Board of Regents voted to approve a 12 percent pay increase to University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins. All three of Arizona’s public university presidents received a raise.
Sure, it's summer now. But before you know it, temperatures will cool down (OK, maybe not cool down, but still) and the days will get shorter. In anticipation, here is a calendar of big events happening in and around campus come August.
Not every new student at the University of Arizona will be fresh out of high school. Some students take a gap year. Others return from the job market to obtain professional degrees. But the most significant addition are transfer students from one of the state's 20 public community colleges.
With all the services and clubs the University of Arizona has to offer, it can be easy to get lost in acronyms. Here's an A-to-Z guide of a few clubs and resources students can take advantage of.
On June 1, 2017, Dr. Robert C. Robbins assumed the position of 22nd President of the University of Arizona. Since then, “Doc” Robbins has gone about putting his own, surgeon-like touch on the UA’s most visible and lucrative department — Health Sciences. But that’s not all.
A new, University Boulevard-area restaurant specializing in buffalo chicken fries will hold a soft opening today in the space formerly occupied by Cup It Up.
No one is quite sure when the idea for putting up a statue of the University of Arizona’s greatest basketball coach got started. Depending on who you ask, you’ll get a range of answers and timelines.
The Arizona Board of Regents are scheduled to hear a measure Friday that will punitively punish head basketball coach Sean Miller to the tune of $1 million dollars, taken from a longevity fund, if he is found to have violated major NCAA rules or is indicted on criminal charges.
The trial of former Track and Field coach Craig Carter for aggravated assault began Wednesday in downtown Tucson at Pima County Superior Court. Carter, charged with assaulting a former student-athlete he was having an affair with, had been scheduled to face trial nearly three years ago before a series of set-backs and delays.
University of Arizona men’s basketball head coach Sean Miller announced he would continue as coach during a press conference March 1 in McKale Center.