Congratulations, graduates of the Class of 2019. Your hard work, dedication and ability to wake up for that 8 a.m. gen-ed class two years ago have finally paid off. For some of you, it was a four-year journey. For others, including myself, it has been considerably longer. My story is one of those long, drawn out ones. During this graduation week, I turned 32. When I graduate May 9 with my degree in journalism, it will be almost 10 years to the day since I was supposed to graduate.
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A letter from former and current University of Arizona track and field athletes defending the character of embattled head coach Fred Harvey gave the perception of a program that wanted to speak with one voice.
Misdemeanor charges against each of the “Arizona 3” — three University of Arizona students made infamous in a viral video capturing their encounter with U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents during a March club meeting — were dropped, according to the Pima County Justice Court website.
Report released: UAPD officers failed to get names of 'Arizona 3', classes disrupted during March 19 incident
University of Arizona Police Department officers failed to get the names of protesters during the now-infamous altercation between three UA students and Border Patrol agents on March 19, according to the recently released report detailing the interaction.
On March 19, a student named Denisse Moreno Melchor finished a class in the University of Arizona’s Modern Languages building. Walking through the building’s halls, she noticed a pair of U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents.
A former University of Arizona athlete filed a notice of claim on March 5 against the university, the Arizona Board of Regents and coaches within the track and field program, including head coach Fred Harvey.
A half-mile-long line of protesters clad in white marched their way across the University of Arizona to Old Main Wednesday in support of three women charged for their role in an incident with U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents on campus in March.
A third student charged with a misdemeanor for her part in a March 19 incident with U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents was arrested while viewing the aftermath of a traffic accident, according to a University of Arizona spokesperson.
Silent protesters sporting shirts reading “U.S. Murder Patrol” greeted a representative of the largest U.S. Customs and Border Protection union ahead of his engagement with conservative groups on campus Thursday night.
Power outages closed buildings across the University of Arizona campus on Tuesday. However, there was a different reason for the evacuation and canceling of classes on at least one floor of the Cesar Chavez building: a threat.
A UA student who filmed her interaction with United States Border Patrol agents violated freedom of speech during an incident in the Modern Languages Building on Tuesday, March 19, according to the University of Arizona’s Dean of Students.
UPDATE: In an email addressed to students and staff, University of Arizona President Robert Robbins issued a statement Friday afternoon regarding an incident between a UA student and Border Patrol personnel on Tuesday, March 19.
Shawn Poindexter, who was a wide receiver on the University of Arizona’s football team, is nearly through the last backdoor. All that remains is to hear his name called sometime in the latter rounds of April’s NFL Draft, then it’s all fortune, fame and securing the bag.
In October 2018, the University of Arizona banned the use of dockless electric scooters and similar devices on campus. Those caught riding an e-scooter on campus are subject to possible fines and impounding of the device.
After a slow start offensively, the Arizona Wildcats women’s basketball team pushed the Pac-12 No. 1 overall seed, the Oregon Ducks, to the limit in a fast-paced showdown inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
LAS VEGAS – Arizona women's basketball began day one of the Pac-12 Tournament with a bang, taking down USC 76-48 in the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Here are five key stats from the game that helped guide the 'Cats to victory.
Former University of Arizona men's basketball coach Lute Olson suffered "a minor stroke" sometime this weekend, according to a press release from Banner University Medical Center.
Barbecue pork, whiskey and wine — oh my! The sixth edition of the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance’s SAVOR Food and Wine Festival featured smoked meats, fine wine and perfect weather, all set against the bucolic grounds of the Tucson Botanical Gardens.
Graham-Greenlee dorm, located along Highland Avenue here at the University of Arizona, is home to nearly 300 (Correction: over 300) students — and the grisliest murder scene in UA history.
The holidays are over, and with a new year come resolutions for making a “new you.” A new year and new semester offer up plenty of opportunities for either improving yourself or hiding your flaws that much better.