Hundreds of people gathered Sunday to celebrate the accomplishments of UA’s residence halls and hall council students.
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The UA’s residence halls will be recognized for their accomplishments at an awards banquet Sunday night.
On a sunny Saturday morning, underneath the shade from a tent in the corner of a parking lot, a breeze spreads the aroma of cooking broccoli throughout the crowd. Bowls of green onions and mushrooms are on the counter. Potatoes are boiling in one pot and cauliflower is cooking in another.
A gathering of students sporting tie-dyed T-shirts and duct-taped or painted mouths slowly grew on the UA Mall as they came to the end of their daylong vow of silence.
The Tucson community is supporting a former UA student as he battles another round of cancer by holding a fundraiser and auction to help cover his medical bills.
UA faculty is taking a collaborative approach to research in order to further President Barack Obama’s initiative to solve the mysteries of the brain.
The UA Army ROTC is hosting a golf tournament on April 19 to raise funds and work toward creating an alumni association.
The University of Arizona Medical Center will introduce this summer a new residency program in ear, nose and throat medicine.
When Jonathan Sprinkle was young, he invented his own crossword puzzles and convinced his dad to make copies of them at work.
The University of Arizona Medical Center is reviving its lung-transplant program after a yearlong hiatus.
Students have the opportunity to showcase projects, like a website that would help users achieve their life goals, at the UA’s 10th annual Innovation Day on Thursday.
A new UA microfinance student club is working to improve global poverty.
Ray Umashankar isn’t in the habit of taking “no” for an answer. After having a total hip replacement surgery nearly 10 years ago, he was told that in the best-case scenario, he’d walk with a cane for the rest of his life.
Paper timelines fan out across the floor, filled with pictures of the universe and human culture. They’re all supposed to show moments between the Big Bang and now in chronological order, but all of them vary.
UA students will showcase their yearlong research projects at the 26th annual Honors Research Expo on Wednesday.
The UA Residence Hall Association will host a business conference on the UA campus for the first time this weekend.
Camp Wildcat will hold a 5k race on the UA campus this Saturday to raise money to fund their camping trips with underprivileged youth.
It was the medical team’s first night in Honduras and, after the long trip, the team members just wanted to sleep.
Recognizing advisers who go beyond recommending classes is one method the UA has implemented to improve academic advising across campus.
Enactus club members are all about taking chances and not being afraid of failure, according to Griffin Sorenson, co-president of the club.