The recent opening of University Physicians Hospital’s two new behavioral health care facilities may mean better medical care for Tucson residents and more opportunities for UA medical students.
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For the first time in its history, the UA College of Optical Sciences is undergoing a change in leadership.
A new kindness campaign launched on Monday seeks to show what goes around comes around, or at least goes around your wrist.
JOHANNESBURG — Most of Africa’s heads of state failed to turn up Thursday at the first African Union donor conference in Ethiopia to raise money for the Horn of Africa famine, leaving activists disappointed with pledges.
WASHINGTON — Hurricane Irene already was threatening the East Coast when a rare 5.8-magnitude earthquake struck Virginia on Tuesday, so it didn’t take long for many property owners to call in an expert.
Overachievers, beware: You may be in for an unpleasant surprise when the bursar’s bill arrives.
The number of alcoholic drinks consumed by the average UA student has fallen considerably since 2002, according to the results of this year’s Health and Wellness survey.
Textbook suppliers catering to UA students may have met their match in the UofA Bookstore.
About 1,000 men interested in joining a fraternity are slated to rush this week, according to Michael Colletti, Interfraternity Council president.
NEW YORK — Already a killer storm, Irene sloshed through the New York metropolitan area Sunday, briefly flooding parts of the city and severing power to a million people but not provoking the doomsday urban disaster that had been feared.
Ammar Gwesha, a mechanical engineering graduate student from Tripoli, said his grades began to dip as the revolution in Libya picked up speed.
An overhaul to the Graduate Record Examination will subject graduate school hopefuls to a longer version of the test that some are calling more difficult.
Communication graduate student Kyle Oman sits at Canyon Café with his iPad 2 opened on the table and his smartphone, the HTC Sensation, ready by his hand.
TOKYO — Shortly after his election Monday as president of the Democratic Party of Japan, Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda called on DPJ members to close ranks and ensure party unity.
The death toll from Hurricane Irene, later downgraded to a tropical storm, rose dramatically Monday as at least 35 people were reportedly killed by the storm that ripped its way up the East Coast and into New England.
Drivers who frequent downtown and the neighborhoods surrounding the UA campus could be affected by a new $13 increase in fines if they park illegally.
The University Medical Center has joined a large-scale multicenter study that examines body-cooling treatment in children after cardiac arrest.
Before the semester began, many women contemplated what type of housing would best suit them. Last week, more women than ever joined a different type of house.
University Boulevard seems like the perfect place to open shop. It’s close enough to campus to be named “University,” after all, and already hosts an alluring lineup of restaurants and shiny boutiques.
WASHINGTON — The head of the beleaguered Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the U.S. attorney in Phoenix were removed from their jobs by Justice Department officials hoping for a fresh start for an agency whose employees had expressed a lack of confidence in their leadership.