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The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s undergraduate student government body, entered its 105th year. During the 2018-2019 academic year, it was under the leadership of President Natalynn Masters, the first black woman to lead the organization.
The University of Arizona hosted an open forum for a provost candidate Wednesday, April 24, in the Modern Languages Building.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the UA's undergraduate governing body, held its last Senate meeting for the semester on April 24, approved bylaws and discussed stipends and the Campus Conversation held April 23.
Tensions were high while students and faculty repeatedly asked how the University of Arizona will protect its students without documentation during a Campus Conversation Forum Tuesday, April 23.
Tucson Democratic mayoral candidates focused on immigration, city development and education at a forum in the ENR2 Building at the University of Arizona on Thursday, April 18.
The Arizona Board of Regents, the governing body for Arizona's three public universities, discussed Arizona demographics and the University of Arizona’s Health Sciences' strategic plan in its on-campus meeting in the Student Union Memorial Center North Grand Ballroom on Friday, April 12.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s undergraduate student government, received a presentation from UA Policy and Compliance, the UA Bookstore and Feminists Organized to Resist, Create, and Empower, approved funding for SafeRide and announced they are over budget for club funding.
Currently, the University of Arizona is putting into place a new compensation infrastructure called the University Career Architecture Project. Compensation regarding fair pay has been under scrutiny at the UA, and there are currently multiple lawsuits against the university for violating the Equal Pay Act in the past two years.
The Arizona Board of Regents proposed a slight tuition increase for incoming resident and nonresident students at a discussion at the University of Arizona Tuesday, April 2.
ASUA's Executive Elects
Last year, the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the UA’s undergraduate student government body, faced a crisis. While many candidates competed for the student body presidency, ASUA failed to fill a number of college-specific seats in the Senate.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s student body government, held a Q&A for the executive office candidates on Thursday, March 21, in the Sabino Room of the Student Union Memorial Center. The Q&A was focused on student body engagement and how to increase diversity within ASUA.
University of Arizona students protested U.S. Border Patrol’s presence on campus during Spring Career Days on Wednesday, March 20.
In the Associated Students of the University of Arizona’s upcoming election, all three candidates up for executive office positions are running unopposed.
Executive office candidates for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona hosted an open cultural forum on Wednesday, March 13. Students present expressed concerns over the lack of diversity in ASUA, the lack of candidates running and creating tangible solutions for prominent issues on campus.
Campus Closet hosted its first distribution at Student Engagement and Career Development in the Student Union Memorial Center on Monday, Feb. 25. The student-run program collects and distributes professional clothing to UA students for free.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s student government, discussed their upcoming election, Arizona Students' Association and reviewed funding requests.
Assistant professor of astronomy Tim Eifler is one of the two University of Arizona astronomy and physics professors who will be working on the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer, or SPHEREx, mission.
The Tucson Festival of Books will literally be surrounded in mystery.