Registered Arizona voters went to the polls on Aug. 28 to select their Republican and Democratic nominees for key races this November. The following are the winners of key Republican and Democratic races, as well as a summary of their platforms.
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Pulling all-nighters in a study room has a whole new meaning for students who actually have to live in them. Students were placed into temporary housing, including converted study rooms and resident assistant rooms across campus, and will be moved if any of the 6,700 on-campus beds become empty.
It’s the 154th University of Arizona Commencement, but new graduates and their families might not know what to expect. Here's your need-to-know guide to graduation day.
Former University of Arizona Honors College Dean Patricia MacCorquodale filed a collective action lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents for $2 million on Jan. 22, claiming the UA has widespread gender pay discrepancies.
Educators in the College of Education will participate in a walk-in at noon every Wednesday for the rest of April to show their support for the Red For Ed movement, a grassroots movement started by the coalition Arizona Eductors United to encourage solidarity between teachers.
Buying tickets at Spring Fling? These are some of the rides you need to spend your tickets on.
Jurors found Craig Carter, former track and field assistant coach for the University of Arizona, guilty of aggravated assault and aggravated assault with a weapon. He will be sentenced on May 14, 2018 at 11 a.m.
The trial for former track and field coach Craig Carter moved into final arguments after the defense and prosecution rested their cases yesterday.
The trial of former University of Arizona track and field coach Craig Carter continued today. Carter allegedly assaulted and stalked a former student-athlete, Baillie Gibson, in 2015.
Thousands of Tucsonans marched on Saturday March 24 during the March For Our Lives demonstration as part of the national conversation on gun violence and school safety.
Henry Koffler never stopped learning. After he retired, he became an artist, using an iPad to create artwork that would be featured in five different art shows. To him, a life full of learning was a life well lived.
From his wheelchair, Stephen Hawking explored the universe, touching people’s minds and inspiring them to become a part of the field of science.
Former Honors College Dean Dr. Patricia MacCorquodale and other female deans at the University of Arizona are suing the Arizona Board of Regents for gender discrimination under the Equal Pay Act.
The United States government “shut down” as of 10 p.m. yesterday evening, halting federal programs and barring federal employees from working.
The Arizona Board of Regents held a special meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 13 to discuss contracts for the three university presidents, the 2017 Fiscal Year Financial Aid Report and Cost Study Report for Arizona’s public universities.
In response to the Republican House tax plan, a group of graduate students gathered in front of Old Main to protest, joining thousands of grad students across the country who participated in walkouts and rallies on Wednesday, Nov 29.
Wilbur and Wilma, the beloved mascots of the University of Arizona, are one of the few married college mascots in the country. But before they got married or even looked like they do now, they went through years of changes.
Hundreds of students gathered in remembrance of University of Arizona alumna Christiana Duarte, lighting candles and hearing close friends speak in the Greek Heritage Park on Oct. 9. Duarte was one of the 59 people killed in the Las Vegas shooting. She lived her last moments dancing and listening to her favorite country music, according to close friends.
Brother Dean Saxton returned to campus on Thursday, Sept. 28 to continue preaching to crowds of hundreds of students,now that his year-long ban from campus is over. Saxton's return marks a year and one week after he kicked Mackenzie Brandt, a criminal justice studies sophomore.