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ASUA presidential candidates Taylor Ashton and Issac Ortega will advance to the general election next week after the results of the primary elections were announced Thursday night.The results were revealed following a last minute room change and technical difficulties delayed the announcement by 15 minutes.
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No trespassingA UAPD police officer stopped a suspicious-looking man outside the Modern Languages building on Feb. 23.
Sigma Kappa is serving up sliders for Seth Rogens new charity this Saturday for the sororitys spring philanthropy event.Sigma Sliders is a food fundraiser that benefits of Sigma Kappas philanthropies said Molly Beaver an elementary education sophomore and vice president of philanthropic service at Sigma Kappa.
ASUA senators approved funding for the Student Health Advocacy Committees charity race Wednesday night at their weekly meeting.
A UA club is on a mission to negate stereotypes and educate students on Islam this week.The UA chapter of the Muslim Students Association has organized events for Islamic Awareness Week to share with students who want to learn more about the religion.This year the goal of Islam Awareness Week is to dispel misconceptions about Islam.
Unfriending problemsA UA student reported ongoing issues with his coworker and neighbor in Colonia de la Paz Residence Hall between Jan.
When the UA College of Optical Sciences was established there was no official building for the school.
On their last night in a small village in Honduras three doctors received a last-minute call detailing an orthopedic trauma injury due to a motorcycle accident.
For children that grow up speaking multiple languages language acquisition occurs differently than for those who grow up speaking English alone.That fact is straightforward enough but speech therapists have been grappling with the idea for decades.
Social networking giant Facebook announced its purchase of smartphone app WhatsApp for 19 billion last month. WhatsApp is a texting app that allows users to send messages to each other without being charged by their phone company.
Community organizations Iskashitaa UA Community Garden and UA Campus Pantry have teamed up to put on an event this Saturday that will give the Tucson community members a new outlook on the fresh produce they eat.
Sergii Gorbachov is worried.The second year masters student studying Russian is thinking of his family back home in Ukraine now as he watches his country falling apart on the news.
Too much liquorA UA student was diverted to the Dean of Students Office for underage drinking on Feb. 21.
A resource fair reminding students to Stay Safe Stay Smart and Stay Alive over spring break this March will be held on the UA Mall this Wednesday.The Spring Break Safety Fair is an annual event to inform students about all of the resources that are available to them while they are traveling during spring break.
University administrators are working directly with students as they begin to create a new model for guaranteed tuition.Members of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona presented an update on their Guaranteed Tuition campaign at the Faculty Senate meeting on Monday.
Throwing furnitureFurniture was thrown off of the second-floor patio at the UA Cancer Center sometime between 6 p.m.
Few people can give legal advice to college students day in and day out for 21 years.Friday marked Susan Ferrells last day as the legal services adviser for the Associated Students of the University of Arizonas Student Legal Services.
ASUA and GPSC found common ground.The presidents of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona and the Graduate and Professional Student Council signed an agreement Thursday called a Memorandum of Understanding.
University of Arizona Police Department Cmdr. Brian Seastone was appointed to the position of chief of police for UAPD on Saturday.His appointment as chief was announced in a press release from the office of UA President Ann Weaver Hart on Monday.
Preparation is underway on the UA Mall for the Tucson Festival of Books sixth consecutive year.