The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s student governance body, canceled their upcoming primary elections due to a lack of competitive Senate and executive races, discussed upcoming events and approved club funding during their Feb. 20 meeting.
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Editor's Note: This article was corrected to reflect that although the new programs hope to enroll students for the Fall 2019 academic semester, many are still undergoing internal review and may be delayed or never offered at all.
The University of Arizona’s iconic Bear Down Gym is undergoing a transformation. The fences are up and construction is starting, and the UA Student Success District is taking shape.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona and a private Phoenix law firm have filed a class action lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents, the governing body of Arizona’s three public universities, and the state of Arizona for denying transgender employees gender-confirming healthcare on Wednesday, Jan 23. “No one should be denied medically necessary care because of who they are,” said ACLU of Arizona Legal Director Kathy Brody in an ACLU press release. “Transgender people are part of our community, our families and our workplaces, and they deserve the same benefits Arizona affords everyone else.” The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Russell Toomey, an associate professor in the School of Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Arizona, as well as all transgender individuals enrolled in the state health plan. “I filed this lawsuit because I have been unable to access a medically necessary procedure as a result of the state’s discriminatory health plan,” Toomey said in a press release from the ACLU. Toomey has sought to obtain a gender-confirming medical procedure, which has been recommended by his doctors as a standard and accepted procedure in treating gender dysphoria according to Toomey’s lawyers.
Scientists at the University of Arizona have discovered the brightest known object in the early universe.
The investigation into Russian collusion by Special Counsel Robert Mueller has occupied the minds of journalists, citizens and the president of the United States since the 2016 presidential election.
“As a pretty young kid who was moving around a lot, focusing on reading, writing and history didn’t seem worth it. I had to relearn it all in a new language every time, but math is the same everywhere. Math was the only thing worthwhile to learn,” said Lia Medeiros, a graduate astrophysics researcher at the UA, reflecting on her childhood.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s student government body, convened for the first time this semester in the Pima Room of the Student Union Memorial Center and voted to amend its elections code, approve club funding and discuss upcoming plans.
The search for the next student regent, who will come from the University of Arizona and serve a two-year term on the Arizona Board of Regents, the governing body for Arizona’s three public universities, is nearly complete.
The Associated Students for the University of Arizona, the UA’s student governance body, met for the last time this semester on Dec. 5 to appoint a new senator for the College of Humanities, appropriate funding for Campus Closet and approve student regent finalists.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s student governance body, voted to sponsor a campus safety campaign, alter its club funding rules and amend its elections code in preparation for next semester during the Nov. 28 meeting in the Pima Room of the Student Union Memorial Center.
With the term of Regent Rick Myers, a local Tucsonan, ending on the Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has appointed his former Democratic challenger for governor and past board chairman Fred DuVal to serve an eight-year term on the board.
After months of preparation, University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins publicly unveiled the UA’s new Strategic Plan during the Arizona Board of Regents’ Nov. 16 meeting on campus.
The Arizona Board of Regents, the governing body of Arizona’s three public universities, voted to change how state universities, including the University of Arizona, set their student tuition and fees Friday, Nov. 16.
With the midterms over, Arizona will seat a new State Legislature in January.
The Arizona Board of Regents, the governing body of Arizona’s three public universities, approved six new development projects proposed by the University of Arizona during its meeting on campus Nov. 15.
With pending federal lawsuits and a new conservative majority on the United States Supreme Court, the future of affirmative action in college admissions is as tenuous now as any time since 1978.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, UA’s student governing body, met on Halloween night, some in costume, to pass a resolution in support of transgender students and faculty, approve funding for a number of club activities and discuss outreach for their upcoming election.
Arizona elects an attorney general every four years to advise state agencies, protect civil, environmental and consumer rights and enforce Arizona laws. Learn more about the two candidates below.
Arizona voters will choose between incumbent Doug Ducey and his Democratic challenger, David Garcia, this November, to serve as governor for the next four years. Learn more about both candidates below.