A stick figure of a man being hung by his neck with a string is drawn on the board as students enter the classroom. “Goodbye Class,” the message reads.
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Servicemen and servicewomen of the past, present and future gathered with spectators on Sunday to honor those who served during the attack on Pearl Harbor 72 years ago.
As Sun Link Tucson Streetcar vehicles go through testing along the tracks, the streetcar’s management team will continue to educate community members and streetcar operators about how to stay safe.
A UA honors society is ensuring that sick children at the University of Arizona Medical Center have something to look forward to this holiday season.
The UA’s Student Recreation Center was ranked the No. 1 most impressive student recreation center in the U.S.
Although more and more universities are using social media sites to vet college applicants, the UA continues to make its annual student selection based only on applications.
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A new club on campus is helping young entrepreneurs bring their business ideas to life.
A team of UA students are holding a town hall meeting Wednesday to gather input from the campus community regarding college rape culture and sexual violence.
The UA has been ranked the third-best university for sexual health programs and services, after Ivy League schools Princeton University and Columbia University.
Student and community volunteers spent Veterans Day harvesting olives on campus to be made into olive oil.
Students will have the chance to learn about opportunities to continue working on their degree outside of Tucson at a Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday.
A UA professor is working on a book based on an immigrant’s diary and her transcription of the material over the last three years.
The UA Machining and Welding Center is contributing to NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope project by helping rebuild parts for a camera.
A local organization is hosting a film screening at the UA tonight in order to raise awareness about trafficking in Tucson.
A UA College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture program is facilitating access for disabled students and providing them a place to relax at the Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.
The UA Graduate and Professional Student Council held a town hall session on Tuesday where state representatives discussed issues pertaining to graduate students, including education funding and reduced tuition for DREAMers.
The UA began an initiative this semester called Body Smart to bring awareness to body image and increase self worth across campus.
In an effort to show how far an act of random kindness can go, a Tucson filmmaker is taking what he learned from a UA lecturer to make a short film about what it means to be kind.