What did you do this summer? Here are the study abroad and internship stories of four UA students.
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Recently returned from studying in Copenhagen, Denmark this summer, junior psychology and sociology major Alyssa Montijo said it was one of the best decisions she ever made. Now, as a UA study abroad student worker, she encourages everyone to pursue such opportunities.
With students plugged into their devices more than ever, here are our picks for the most important, got-to-have apps for being on campus here at UA.
While writing the book that would drive his ongoing lawsuit against the U.S. government, he knew that there was still more of the story to tell. The former UA wide-receiver Dobyns recently released his newest memoir Catching Hell: A True Story of Abandonment and Betrayal on May 30 with plans of making it his second in a trilogy.
Sergio is the big cat of the yard, a leader. Oreo is a trap-savvy mama who knows her way around town. Dumbledore is just another guy trying to get by with what he has. And a few cool cats like Melman become a celebrity on the street.
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.
With the semester winding down to its end, senior Dino Kadich has been roaming around campus feeling nostalgic lately.
The University of Arizona’s Project Sunshine chapter sends the most smiles in the nation, according to the club’s Chapter of the Year award.
Before you can experience Spring Fling, you need to find a place to park. From garages to public transportation, there's many ways to get to the fair.
University of Arizona sophomore and student ambassador Jorge Mata Ochoa gives campus tours to prospective students and their families who are interested in learning about UA — though he didn’t have the chance to take the tour himself when he entered the school, as his Sonoran parents cannot speak English well.
The award-winning author of novels like "Devil's Highway" and "Hummingbird's Daughter" was born to a Mexican father and American mother in Tijuana, Mexico. He then moved to California with his family when he was 4 years old.
In each adventure story Christopher Patterson wrote as a kid on his grandmother's typewriter, she would insist on titling it "The Next Great American Novel."
For some people in the LGBTQ+ community, Diva La Paz can go far beyond the glitz, glam, gorgeous divas and drag queens expected to perform at Colonial de La Paz residence hall.
Tonight, the annual drag show Diva La Paz at Colonia de La Paz Residence Hall is coming back; more fierce and more proud than ever.
On Sunday afternoon, the University of Arizona brought the Tucson community together for the second annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Centennial Hall, observing his memory through a passionate concert of music, contemporary dances, and progressive poetry.
Under Arizona Stadium’s bright, dazzling lights and in midst of hundreds cheering, a soldier being welcomed home stood ready to make one of the greatest commitments of his entire life.
In the heat of a Tucson summer, it's not just grasshoppers that are hissing. Blended into the desert sand, hidden around rocks and shrubs, there can also be the rattle of a diamondback snake. Sometimes it’s too late to notice -- until you’ve already been bitten.