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Then-freshman student Kirk Davis uses SafeRide’s old app, Transloc Rider, to order a SafeRide car on Sept. 30, 2016. With the passage of a recent City of Tucson ordinance, it is now a primary offence to use your hands to make a call with your cell phone.
The UA Good Samaritan Protocol gives students a safe way to help friends who may be in danger from too much drinking.
The White House is asking for the DEA to increase marijuana enforcement in legal states.
ʺMetaphors of Oppression in Lusophone Historical Dramaʺ by Bonnie S. Wasserman sits on a shelf on the fourth floor of the UA Main Library on Sunday. Wasserman is one of many UA professors who will be giving a lecture titled ʺHeroines, Hellraisers and Homemakers: Famous Females of African Literature and Filmʺ as part of this year's Humanities Week.
Arizona football redshirt sophomore wide receiver Trey Griffey (left) and Arizona women's basketball freshman guard Taryn Griffey (right) are among a handful of sibling student-athletes at Arizona. Trey and Taryn Griffey come from the famous Griffey family that includes arguably the most famous MLB father-son duo: their father, Ken Griffey Jr., and grandfather, Ken Griffey Sr.
Arizona publishes a new law with the intent to criminalize "revenge porn." The law may exceed its original purpose and wrongly criminalize other nonharmful acts as well.
Campus Health Service is working to curb binge-drinking among students. Alcohol consumption rates at the UA have declined, according to Campus Health.
After Dr. Sue Sisley was informed that her contract with the UA would not be renewed, she has been looking at other institutions to continue her research on marijuana. Sisley had been researching the effects of marijuana on treating PTSD.