The end of February is near and along with that comes the Tucson Rodeo. The Tucson Rodeo Parade begins the morning of Thursday, Feb 22, and from there six days full of rodeo.
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From last Friday through Sunday, the Science and Engineering Library at the University of Arizona became a place to spend the night, not only for students studying or doing homework, but for a weekend-long event known as Hack Arizona.
The University of Arizona is hosting this year’s weekend-long Hackathon event. 2018’s Hackathon features over 800 participants who will build software and hardware projects from start to finish in under 36 hours.
Campus Health Services provides health insurance options that keep getting more affordable for students. However, it's important to note that during finals week of this semester, another problem arises as the weather changes: students often get sick.
November is dedicated on a national level to the indigenous communities in the United States. This year the Native American Student Affairs department at the University of Arizona is commemorating the month by remembering the roots of indigenous people and their history.
The UA Office of Sustainability and student organizations help solve the problem of removing trash from campus and the football stadium every year in the Green Sports Alliance Zero Waste Challenge.
The University of Arizona will host a national organization known as the Young Men’s College Conference, which is part of Project Pave the Way. This is the fourth time UA has played host to the event.
With its newly incorporated route on 12th Avenue., Cyclovia made itself known in the City of South Tucson this homecoming weekend. Residents and local businesses embraced the event with a warm welcome and great optimism.
Tucson’s Living Streets Alliance organization will be hosting their second Cyclovia event of the year. The route is a little different this season, running south into the City of South Tucson.
According to STAR School CEO Dr. Mark Sorensen, this implementation of engineering and science on the reservation only helps the community and sparks people’s interest in science, especially the STAR School students who can apply the science in their daily lives.
In another success for Tech Launch Arizona, SinfoniaRx, a University of Arizona startup pharmaceutical company that helps patients nationwide, was recently acquired by New Jersey-based public health care company Tabula Rasa.
Norielle Zieman, a senior in the equine program, has worked with three of the horses, Misa, Knockout and Maverick.“Sometimes the horses want to be playful, so we have to teach them not to bite us when they want to have fun with us,” Ziemann said.
UA Admissions looks for new ways to enroll more diverse and higher performing students for upcoming freshman classes. A freshman class of roughly 7,500 students took its first college steps at the University of Arizona this fall semester, and among them lies the most diverse class in UA history.
The Cellar Bistro was under renovation during the summer, removing its status as a restaurant at the Student Union.
The Games Room at the Student Union Memorial Center is looking for players to enjoy its new consoles, computers and Virtual Reality events, including a VR game developed right here at UA.
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Local businesses on University Boulevard near the UA are concerned about the new minimum wage hike.
Unlike Donald Trump's predecessors, the new administration has a commitment to Israel's sociopolitical struggle and has a good chance in succeeding, according to Professor Shai Feldman from Brandeis University.
The southwestern United States is no stranger to decade-long droughts that affect the agricultural practices of various communities. Unfortunately, climate projections indicate the droughts are only going to get worse in the coming years and this places a cultural strain on the Hopi Tribe’s traditional way of life.