In spring 2018, the University of Arizona was designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution upon meeting certain requirements such as having 25 percent or more of the population being Hispanic. With this designation, the HSI Community Forum gathered to focus attention on current issues such as diversity on campus and advanced new resources for Hispanic students.
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Going into the 5th week of the Fall 2018 semester, the ASUA strengthens and revises their efforts to make a better campus for all students.
A study conducted and lead-authored by Russell Toomey, a University of Arizona associate professor of family and consumer sciences, found significant results in identifying which groups of transgender adolescents are more at risk of suicide than others transgender individuals.
On September 5th, the ASUA had yet another insightful and notable meeting. From going more in depth on ideas previously mentioned last week, to developing new opportunities for students and faculty on campus, the Senate has not failed in developing a better community at the University of Arizona.
After the calm of "Sylly Week," the Associated Students of the University of Arizona focused on improving all areas of campus, from campus clothing drives to student involvement in the fine arts during their first formal senate meeting Wednesday night.
On Aug. 25th, 2018, Senator and former Presidential Candidate John McCain died at age 81, after battling with brain cancer. University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins published a statement in response to his passing.
U.S. News & World Report ranked the University Medical Center, with locations in Phoenix and Tucson, as one of the "best hospitals" in the nation Aug. 14. The honor puts the hospitals among prestigious institutions such as the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital and over 4,500 others.