Sean Parker, native Tucsonan and internationally-recognized astrophotographer, has ‘aurora borealis' socks. The green socks act as a lucky charm to help him capture the photos he’s known for.
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Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium has partnered with Bear Essential News to present the work of astrophotographer Sean Parker, a native Arizonan, in an event called Sean Parker’s Universe on December 6 at 6 p.m.
In 2010 and 2011, Plemons interviewed two doctors and many patients. He sat in on clinical consolations and surgeries, collecting qualitative data. He said two main schools of thought emerged based on the question of what transgender people need from medicine.
The Navajo Nation’s first utility-scale solar plant is now providing sun-powered electricity to area homes. The 27.3-megawatt project sits on 300acres in Kayenta, a Navajo community south of Monument Valley, Arizona.
The Safeway on 1940 E. Broadway Blvd. now has more to offer than groceries. As of August 9, the store has opened a Banner Quick Care clinic to provide different health care services for store customers.
“First and foremost, it’s about reintegration, reintegrating people into a new life here,” Hadley said. Iskashitaa is a Somali and Maay Maay word meaning “working cooperatively together.”
According to a new report, Pima County experiences an average of 47 extreme weather events annually, from dust storms and hail to thunderstorms and flash floods.
ASUA is comprised of three branches. The administrative branch handles programs and services, like Spring Fling, Pride Alliance and SafeRide. The executive branch handles clubs and club funding. The presidential branch, known as the cabinet, oversees two programs, ZonaZoo and the Wildcat Events Board.
Michael Finnegan, Associated Students for the University of Arizona president for the 2016-2017 academic year, had an expected range of achievements and challenges during his term.
UA’s Valley Fever Center For Excellence, or VFCE, received a $2.7 million National Institute of Health grant to study the genetics behind why only a small portion of the population responds severely to valley fever.
President Donald Trump focused much of his campaign speech on reviving the failing coal industry with deregulation and more jobs, but Derek Lemoine, an assistant professor of economics and UA Statistics-Graduate Interdisciplinary Program professor, said Trump’s rhetoric has a few issues.
According to the Arizona council, the award was granted for the renovation’s “significant increase in building performance through the implementation of sustainable design solutions.”
UA Study Abroad offers more than just semesters abroad for students learning languages or studying culture. Many short-term options focus on science.
Bear Down Gym will expand soon, using funds from the $125 increase in the Health and Recreation Fee as well as donations and university funding. The fee, originally $300 when established in 2010-11, will now be $425.
Refugees revealed some of the obstacles they face in reaching the US. and getting settled during an panel discussion put on by the Confluencenter For Creative Inquiry Thursday evening. "Dismantling Fear: Voices of Tucson's Refugee Community" brought together nine speakers to share their views and stories.
Incoming students enrolling for the fall 2017 semester will find a new $100 athletics fee on their bursar's account.
Fairs like Spring Fling mean rides, game booths and lots of sweet deep-fried treats. But for someone looking to eat healthy, fairs can be a tricky situation.
Spring Fling, a student-run carnival led by eight student directors along with hundreds of student volunteers, has a budget each year of approximately $190,000 from the Associated Students of the University of Arizona.While the directors try to keep their expenses around $165,000, according to Spring Fling Executive Director Chance Stewart, a business economics junior, the budget gets broken down roughly the same way each year.Field operations accounts for about 70 percent of the budget, or roughly $133,000.
UA students or employees who have concerns with emails, getting a project together or even an issue with a fellow Wildcat have a place to turn to on campus.
The UA Community Garden ramada, at 1400 E. Mabel St., was again crowded with people Sunday evening for March’s Stories in the Garden event.Stories in the Garden is a monthly occurrence that started in fall 2015, when one of the community garden students suggested some kind of event that brought people together in a safe space to share ideas, stories and other forms of expression, Jackie Mendelson, UA Community Garden manager and plant sciences senior, said.