Hundreds of people gathered in El Presidio Park on Earth Day April 22nd, with lab coats and homemade signs, to rally in support of the nationwide March for Science.
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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s Executive Budget proposes the redirection of state sales tax paid by Arizona’s public universities towards securing $1 billion dollars in bonds for the universities.
Plans are in the works to build the UA an off-campus honors village with 1,000 new dorm beds, a set of classrooms and offices to house the entire Honors College’s staff. “We have been looking for a way to build a better learning community for the honors students for quite some time,” said Chris Sigurdson, vice president of communications at the UA.On March 30, the Arizona Board of Regents met in an executive session to discuss “a proposed agreement with American Campus Communities (ACC) for [this] Honors College development.”This resulted in a memorandum of understanding between the regents and ACC.While this memorandum does not begin the construction of UA’s honors complex, the process is moving forward.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council voted to approve their 2017-2018 budget, their 2025 strategic plan, and received an update on their ongoing elections.
The UA Faculty Senate voted to approve the release of three statements responding to recent shifts in immigration policy, voted to approved two new academic programs, and voted to solidify a policy which gives all UA staff and faculty paid time off during the winter closure of campus in their April 3 meeting.
For high school seniors deciding to attend a university, March is a turning point. The majority of colleges have closed their application and sent out decisions letters with financial aid packages.
Jim Collins, the treasurer of the Graduate and Professional Student Council around whom a heated controversy has developed in recent months, was arrested for disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace during an executive board meeting on March 27.
The Trump administration’s proposed 2018 federal budget, released March 16, does not reduce deficit spending, but rather redistributes discretionary funding to reflect Trump’s campaign priorities.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona Supreme Court granted a motion, filed by the elections commission, to dismiss the case of Saltalamacchia v. ASUA Elections Commission on Mar. 20.
Every year, UA professors and faculty members attend the Tucson Festival of Books to participate in panel discussions and sign and sell their books. This year is no exception.
The UA SolarCats hosted a Green Talk Wednesday night in conjunction with UA professors that focused on educating students on climate change and sustainability.
The Department of Homeland Security released two memos Feb. 21 detailing new policies for immigration enforcement in an attempt to implement Trump’s two remaining executive orders on immigration.
Matt Lubisich and Stefano Saltalamacchia attempted to sway student votes by both discussing their unique qualifications at a debate for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona presidency, Monday Feb. 27.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors pulled discussion of a deal with the Monsanto Company from their meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Two UA professors have received almost $1.4 million in a Minerva Initiative grant from the Department of Defense to conduct a three-year research project examining “Refugee Flows and Instability.”
Members of the Graduate and Professional Student Council executive board attended an open meetings presentation hosted by Student Legal Services and then convened a shortened meeting to discuss restructuring the executive board and budgetary actions.
A group of students and community members gathered on the UA Mall on Feb. 10, chanting “water is life,” to demand the UA divest from Wells Fargo bank, a financier of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Graduate and Professional Student Council treasurer Jim Collins accused administrative vice president Jasmine Sears of attempting to prevent him from serving in the GPSC by introducing retroactive terms limits after a general council meeting Feb.
In the wake of mass confusion and conflicting government actions after President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders regarding immigration and refugees, UA’s James E. Rogers College of Law hosted a forum on President Trump’s executive orders on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
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