Every year at the Tucson Festival of Books, a writing competition is held in order for authors to compete to see who is the best writer, and to possibly have a chance for their own writing to be showcased at the festival.
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The Tucson Gem, Mineral, and Fossil Showcase kicked off Jan. 27, and individuals from both near and far have attended shows at over 40 locations around the city of Tucson promising "a world of international gem and mineral training, collecting, and treasure hunting."
With finals week coming around the corner, the University of Arizona is planning relaxing activities for students to reduce stress and enhance their studying methods. The events are placed all around different parts of campus, so students living anywhere are able to attend.
The University of Arizona Veteran Services Office is organizing various events leading up to the UA’s Warrior Week occurring in honor of Veteran’s Day on Nov. 10.
The University of Arizona’s Student Recreation Center had an official ribbon cutting ceremony to introduce the new, updated locker rooms on Thursday, Oct. 26.
For the first year ever, the ROTC program of The University of Arizona will be holding "Boots For Vets," a donation event that provides hundreds of homeless veterans in Arizona with military shoe attire. Donations will be taken until Nov. 9. Then, all of the boots and shoes will be lined up on the UA Mall from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
The tour, which runs between Sept. 12 to Oct. 30 and visits 25 cities, asks people to share their stories and how they think they can better relate to those on the opposite side of the political spectrum.
The Arizona Board of Regents released a recent report comparing the wages of college graduates and high school graduates in the state of Arizona. According to the Board, a college graduate earns about $22,000 more than an individual with only a high school diploma.
The University of Arizona's Adaptive Athletics will host the Jim Click's Run 'N Roll this Sunday, October 1st at 7 a.m. The program has taken place at the University of Arizona every year since 1975, and in 1985 Jim Click's name took over the Run and Roll and is now called "Jim Click's Run 'N' Roll."