Yekaterina Kharitonova works with the Semantically Linked Instructional Content project interface. Cyber criminals often target UA Access in order to breach financial accounts.
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Kyle Boyer, a sophomore studying electrical and computer engineering, studies on Sept. 30, 2015.
Kyle Boyer, a sophomore studying electrical and computer engineering, studies on Sept. 30, 2015. Nootropics, or substances that increase cognitive function, are sometimes used by students to boost their academic performances.
A photo illustration of a student's various painkillers strewn across the counter. A recent initiative from President Obama has set forth a much more aggressive plan for combating opioid abuse in the U.S.
Rebecca Reiter, a sophomore studying special education with a concentration in deaf studies, signs the word "interpret." Reiter and others hope to help deaf and partially deaf children in classroom settings in the future.
The UA College of Medicine – Tucson main building on Sunday, April 3. The college received 6,458 applications this past application cycle, with a total of 115 students being chosen for the Class of 2020.
Reporter, author and UA professor Mort Rosenblum gives a talk at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson on Thursday, March 3. Rosenblum is being honored this April as one of the MOCA Local Genius Award recipients of 2016.
Arizona pitcher Danielle O'Toole (3) winds up to pitch in Tucson playing against Santa Barbara on Sunday, Feb. 14. O'Toole leads the team with a 1.92 ERA through nine starts.
Arizona outfielder Katiyana Mauga (34) swings for the ball during Arizona's 11-6 win against UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 14. The Wildcats are 11-5 for the 2016 season.
Arizona pitcher Danielle O'Toole (3) winds up to pitch playing against Santa Barbara in Tucson on Sunday, Feb. 14. The Wildcats have faced adversity, most recently losing Eva Watson to injury for 4 to 6 weeks.
Yekaterina Kharitonova, a computer science Ph.D student, working with the Semantically Linked Instructional Content project interface. The project utilizes the Interdisciplinary Visual Intelligence lab and is researching how the presentation and interactivity of a slide show effects how a student retains information.
Some of the many exhibits on display every day in the UA Museum of Art. The art museum gives free admission to any UA student.
Delicious, adorable and easy to make, these strawberry Nutella poptarts are a great Valentine’s Day DIY treat. Take up the DIY challenge and make them for your friends, family or that special someone on Sunday.
Horses graze in the fields of the Campus Agricultural Center. Students in the Race Track Industry Program with the equine management emphasis care for, train and eventually sell horses raised at the Equine Center as part of various courses offered in the major.
Samantha Daly, a Pitaya employee and Tucson resident, poses for a photo on a sunny day in Main Gate Square. Daly moved to Tucson as a child and didn’t like the change of scenery at first but has since learned to love the desert and all it offers.
These pretzel s’mores are simple to make and are the perfect treat for this holiday season. With only four ingredients and a few minutes in the oven, they’re perfect to make for family and friends, for a holiday party dessert, or as a finals survival treat.
The James E. Rogers College of Law is developing a new law clinic that addresses the legal needs of ranchers, farmers, miners, and others whose occupations involve the use of natural resources.
Arizona volleyball players regroup during downtime to celebrate and plan their next play in McKale Center on Sunday, Nov. 22. Arizona upset No. 11 UCLA in five sets.
The adorable and colorful final product from the soda bottleturnedowl craft. The project uses common household items, is simple, fun and the perfect way to procrastinate a little on studying for that math test or writing that paper.