Naomi Ortiz is a writer, poet and visual illustrator who will be discussing her first book, “Sustaining Spirit: Self-Care for Social Justice,” at this year’s Tucson Festival of Books.
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The Tucson Festival of Books is one of the largest book festivals in the United states that invites over 350 authors from all over the country to participate, but for local authors being a part of the festival has a different meaning.
The University of Arizona Transfer Student Center provides opportunities for transfer students to build a community, get support and even attend field trips. Jessica Kapp, a faculty fellow for the TSC and geology professor, recently took transfer students on trip to the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.
The Department of Russian and Slavic Studies at the University of Arizona is introducing two new short-term summer study-abroad programs in Moscow, Russia.
The Center for Creative Photography at UA is recognized as one of the world's finest study centers for the history of photography, according to its website, but the museum is also home to several events featuring different collections this spring semester.
Thanksgiving: a holiday of food. An entire day where your plans include pigging out and passing out. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is falling asleep while trying to watch football. I accomplish this every year. How can I possibly stay awake when my stomach is filled to the brim with warm foods? And what’s the fluffy starchy glue that brings the whole meal together? Potatoes.
“I’m not saying Apple is being evil and deliberately setting out to design phones that injure women by being too big for the average female hand, but that doesn’t mean it’s ok”. This was said by feminist activist Caroline Criado-Perez, a woman who has claimed an iPhone model with a 5.5-inch screen has caused repetitive strain injury. Criado-Perez is not the only woman who thinks this way, there are entire groups of women claiming Apple’s new designs are catered to men. This is in response to Apple’s new iPhone X and X Max having 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch screens respectively. Apple also announced they are discontinuing the iPhone SE with a 4-inch screen.