The show was well done as far as punk shows go. The music was loud, players were yelling at the audience and the crowd was moshing and screaming right back.
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“The hours aren’t really enforceable,” said Ben Wilder, director of Tumamoc Hill, about the previous day time restrictions. “[It was] open during the night when the most vandalism was happening.”
The board began offering DACA students in-state tuition May 7, 2015, two days after the Maricopa County Community College District won the right to do so in Superior Court.There are roughly 57,000 DACA students in Arizona according to a 2013 DACA Data Profile from the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan think tank.
Since last year, when the Marginalized Students of the University of Arizona released a list of demands, ASUA has turned its attention toward sexual assault as a popular new issue, but many students in the community feel that the attention has been insincere.
“We believe this is a great opportunity for the Tucson community to experience Islam and ask the questions they have not had the ability to in the past,” said Taha Hasan, board member for the Islamic Center of Tucson.
Women and men gathered Wednesday for the UA Take Back the Night rally to bring awareness to sexual assault and stand in solidarity for survivors.“Tonight is about the survivors and the people who support them,” said Macy Cendejas, one of the student organizers.
The university is hosting a panel discussion this Wednesday on free speech in college campuses called 'Express Yourself or Suppress Yourself'.The event is being held at 6 p.m. in the Cesar E. Chavez Building, room 110 on April 19. There is no cost of admission.
As part of a religious studies expansion, the UA has brought three Buddhist monks to campus where they are currently creating a mandala from only colored sand, to wash it away Thursday after five days of tedious work.
Sunday morning began with two eggs, a cup of coffee and an empty 90-liter backpack. Supplies sat around the pack while I looked over a map of Arizona. The loosely made plan for spring break was to hitchhike up through Show Low, Arizona to St. George, Utah and circle around to Kingman, Arizona, then back to Tucson. The catch was I’d have to do all of that by Friday, when I had to work.
Tucson Islamic center experiences support following 2016 presidential election, last year's vandalism
Last year, UA students were embarrassed to find themselves making national news when the New York Times published a story about the Islamic Center of Tucson being showered in glass bottles that were thrown down from the apartments surrounding the mosque.
Spring of 2017 is now the first semester where the UA is offering a major in Arabic. Students pursuing the study of the language are already enrolled in the new field of study.
The annual Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase is once again in full swing, bringing with it the largest financial event in the Tucson area. Buyers, sellers and tourists from all over the world come to Tucson for the show.
The Arizona Board of Regents voted on Jan. 20 to oppose SB 1061, a bill proposing to cap tuition and fee increases at two percent per year at the public universities.