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Dr. Terry Badger, a University of Arizona college of nursing professor, has received a $2.5 million grant from the National Cancer Institute for her team’s research on helping cancer survivors with symptoms after their chemotherapy treatments.
Abundant water on Earth makes our planet pretty special in the solar system and perhaps our galaxy, which is what the University of Arizona’s Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium taught audiences on World Oceans Day, June 8, with their pre-produced show Dynamic Earth.
Owning and riding a bike on UA’s campus is not as easy as it seems. Here are some helpful tips on keeping bikes safe and in top shape for the semester.
Some students spend hours in a library or attend classes that may end after sundown. Getting home after dark can be potentially dangerous on a big college campus. That's why the University of Arizona offers emergency services to help provide a level of safety for students, faculty and staff.
After a long college career, graduation stands out as a pinnacle of anxiety and excitement for the class of 2018. There are a few things to check off the list before walking up on the graduation stage and claiming the long-awaited diploma, one of which is senior pictures.
The University of Arizona’s ROTC battalion laced up their boots and fired up a UH-60 Black Hawk April 12 to complete their semester Field Training Exercise in Flagstaff over the weekend.
What if the Avengers could bring electricity back to Puerto Rico? What if the Justice League could provide shelter and rebuild homes on the island?
From West Virginia to Oklahoma, and now to Arizona, the Red for Ed movement has steadily made its way across the country.
Looking for somewhere new to try coffee or grab a quick bite? Ike’s Counter and Marketplace recently entered a partnership with the University of Arizona, securing their food truck's parking by McClelland Hall.
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.
Pima Animal Care Center has been selected by the Jackson Galaxy Project — a signature program of GreaterGood.org, a nonprofit organization — to run a program that teaches people how to take care of animals as foster parents and transitioning these four legged companions to adoption.
While students are off on a beach in Cancun or playing water sports in Lake Havasu, the vacant UA campus will be host to the tenth annual Tucson Festival of Books. The festival hosts a vast selection of authors to have book signings and panels with Questions and Answer sessions.
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.
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.