A chalkboard sign outside of Urban Fresh features the day's specials. Tucson was named as a "world capital of gastronomy" in December of 2015 as part of UNESCO's Creative Cities initiative.
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Payton Tymeck, left, Bailey Grijalva, center, and Alyssa Guerra, right, prepare decorations for the SAA parade float. The UA Alumni Association is only 10 years younger than the university itself.
Kenadi Griffin, freshman SAA member, paints props for the group's Homecoming float. This year's parade entails a float design competition, awarding a belt to the winners.
UA sophomore Bailey Grijalva, center, positions props on the SAA float "birthday cake." The UA Alumni Assocation will be celebrating its 120th birthday this Homecoming.
Fruit harvested from a biweekly Iskashitaa harvest. Iskashitaa aids and empowers local refugees while eliminating food waste.
Cyclists ride down colorful neighborhood streets and check out fun tents containing DJs, coffee, ice cream, street tacos and local sustainability initiatives at Cyclovia on April 2. This season's route takes riders through the City of South Tucson.
WOOPS! Bakery is located on University Boulevard and sells a variety of drinks and treats, including macaroons, waffles and other pastries.
The Louise Foucar Marshall Building, located on Park Avenue.
Dante Lauretta, left, and Heather Enos, right, speak during the OSIRIS-REx flyby event on Sept. 26. "The performance of the science instruments are exceeding our expectations... the team is operating at an incredibly high level," Lauretta said.
The welcome sign at the beginning of the paved hiking trail on Tumamoc Hill.
A view of Tucson and the Sonoran Desert landscape from the Tumamoc Hill hiking trail on Sept. 4.
A woman sits to enjoy the view looking over downtown Tucson from the top of Tumamoc Hill.
A part of the University of Arizona's Desert Laboratory on top of Tumamoc Hill.
A man hikes up Tumamoc Hill in the early evening on Sept. 4.
Part of a creosote bush atop Tumamoc Hill, located on the southwest side of Tucson.
A side view of the vast landscape of Tumamoc Hill, a popular hiking spot in Tucson. Hours for the hiking trail are now 4 a.m. to 10 p.m.
University of Arizona research buildings located on Tumamoc Hill. Scientific study has been conducted on the hill for 115 years, by various groups.
A "No Smoking" sign on Tumamoc Hill shows the importance of keeping the hill in its most natural state, despite the plethora of human traffic it receives.
The view of downtown Tucson from the top of Tumamoc Hill, a popular hiking spot in Tucson.
People hike up Tumamoc Hill on Sept. 4. Hours for the popular hiking trail are now 4 a.m. to 10 p.m.