The $26 million addition to and renovation of the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy’s Skaggs Pharmaceutical Sciences Center was approved by the Arizona Board of Regents business and finance committee Feb. 9.
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The University of Arizona Department of Spanish and Portuguese has developed the Critical Service Learning Program, which gives students firsthand volunteer experience in complex issues surrounding immigration, the militarization of the U.S.-Mexico border and the criminalization of border communities.
The Tucson Greek Festival has been operating at the Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church for the past 41 years and continues to offer the local community traditional Greek meals, live music and handcrafted, Greek-inspired jewelry and artifacts.
Among the many restaurants located on Fourth Avenue, a new food joint has recently opened its doors. The Drunken Chicken has been serving its specialty, fried chicken and waffles, to the public for almost three weeks.
The University of Arizona is home to six a cappella groups. Most of them have been around for over five years, and they continue to share their love for music today on and around campus. Recently, all six a cappella groups held auditions for the upcoming 2017-2018 season.
A warm July evening is perfect for a fun jam session. This week, the Butch Diggs jazz band performed a free concert at Main Gate Square on University Boulevard. Every other Friday during the summer months, jazz bands are scheduled to fill the streets with dynamic music for all to enjoy.
One thing UA students can’t get enough of is Wildcat brand apparel. The main bookstore at the Student Union Memorial Center is a great place to shop. There are also additional bookstore locations and other retail stores very close to campus that sell nearly every type of official University of Arizona clothing and novelty item in a variety of styles.
Amy’s Donuts is home to a smorgasbord of creative and delectable doughnuts. Inside the shop, customers can find around 120 different flavors to choose from, including Amy’s Almond Joy, Nutella Crumb and even Maple Bacon.
At the nationally-recognized UA Campus Recreational Center, the Krav Maga fitness course is a popular choice among the many other interesting and enjoyable fitness classes offered during the school year and summer sessions. The fighting class provides its students with effective ways to practice self-defense in dangerous situations while getting a total body workout.
As the school year ends, current UA students head back to their home towns and incoming freshman will be exploring campus all throughout the summer.
Since the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency, many students and faculty around the UA campus have had different thoughts, opinions and predictions for the new president.With the new presidency comes new agendas and strong controversies. The UA campus is not immune to the political controversy that has taken place over the nation this past year. Students have a variety of opinions over Trump and his administration’s attitude toward women.
UA’s Pharmacy Museum at the UA College of Pharmacy officially opened in 1966 and still, after recently celebrating its 50th year of running, continues to receive recognition as a prized museum for pharmacy artifacts and history.
The University of Arizona's dance school is one of the top in the nation and has expanded in students and talent throughout the years. From April 20 to 29, students dancers and choreographers are showcasing their talents on stage at the Stevie Eller Dance Theatre.
Old and new faculty members of UA’s Fred Fox School of Music came together to present the “Chamber Music Party” recital, featuring violinist Timothy Kantor. on Wednesday, April 12, at 7 p.m., as part of the school’s Faculty Artist Series.
The UA recently released a Diversity and Inclusiveness in the Classroom handbook in order for professors and students at the UA to respectfully converse with each other without the accidental use of microaggressions.
UA’s annual Spring Fling carnival has been one of Tucson’s most beloved attractions and it will be operating for the 43rd time this weekend. Known for being the largest student-run carnival in the nation, Wildcats have a variety of options to experience the long-running spring festival.
Located at the corner of University Boulevard and Fourth Avenue, Epic Cafè has plenty of delicious treats to go around. From desserts like horchata cake to tasty meals like turkey tomato cheddar quiche, there are a variety of foods to try out at this one-of-a-kind cafe.
"No Frills Dance Happenin'" is an event that presents emerging dance performers who can be seen making new and creative variations of dance. Along with the new young performers, the event also showcases the works of choreographers from different dance organizations such as Arts for All, Dancing in the Streets and Leaps For Lives Dance Company.
Looking for a fun list of books to read during spring break? Luckily, Antigone Books has the Wildcats at UA covered.
The University of Arizona is made up of many different cultures, represented in its international students. Students from other countries not only have to learn a new language, they must also adjust to a whole new culture. One department where different languages and practices can be seen regularly is the Center for English as a Second Language.Sometimes learning English as a second language can be difficult, and at times it can be deterring.