The stage was dimly lit at Illegal Pete's on the night of Tuesday, March 26, when a group of performers took the stage to perform an assortment of hip-hop and rap. The group was the Engraves Collective, and that was their first show.
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March 2-3 the University of Arizona will host the annual Tucson Festival of Books. During the festival, people can meet and attend workshops and panels led by authors of all genres.
Debating whether or not you should go to the Tucson Festival of Books? Well, I’m here to help! Here are my top seven reasons why you should absolutely go to this annual book celebration:
My journey with loving my body has been a bumpy one. In fact, my journey is still going. I once equated skinniness with happiness. My perspective has changed, and I’m grateful for that progress. I went from crying in dressing rooms to dancing around to music while trying on clothes that society would deem too scandalous for my fat body.
A new fitness group has formed on campus. B’FiT Black Girls’ Fitness Club is a group partnered with the Associated Students of the University of Arizona and the Coalition of Black Organizations. According to its Instagram page, it’s a “new club on the University of Arizona campus dedicated to building bonds, getting fit and having fun while doing it.”
Having been a student at the University of Arizona for over a semester, I think it’s safe to openly complain about the parking situation here on campus. Knowing how I feel, I can just imagine what those who’ve been here longer are going through. Parking on campus is not a walk in the park. In fact, parking on campus might equal about ten walks in the park based on how far your designated parking area is. Here’s a list of parking pet peeves and some of the ways I’ve learned to maneuver through them.
Feb. 1 marked the beginning of Black History Month, a month honoring those who fought for the liberation of black people and contributed greatly to society.
The University of Arizona’s Department of English continued their UA Prose Series with a visit by National Endowment for the Arts award winner Nicole Walker at the UA Poetry Center.