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Students may have noticed an array of multicolored skirts and the sound of shoes striking the pavement of the stage by the Second Street Parking Garage. What may seem like a frantic form of clogging to the untrained eye is actually a traditional Mexican style of dance called folklorico, and this is the group where UA students can come and learn the steps.
With more than 35 campus restaurants to choose from, and more in the works, no student’s eating routine should be mundane.
A new grant has given UA researchers the funds necessary to investigate the ecological effects of local invasive grasses.
The UA saw its largest increase in Hispanic student enrollment in nearly 30 years from 2009 to 2010, following a trend seen across the nation.
It’s game time at Arizona Stadium. Fans flood the stands in a sea of red. Block A’s are branded on T-shirts and baseball caps. War paint is streaked on enthusiastic faces. A Wildcats football game is a time to cheer the team onto victory and celebrate.
You’ve got your ZonaZoo shirt set aside and purchased the hot dogs and beer for the tailgate — now all you need to do is determine where to park before the first home football game.
The UA has regularly sent out offers for free season tickets to members of the Arizona Legislature.
The Arizona Board of Regents approved the construction of two new campus research buildings during a committee meeting yesterday.
In a move to underscore the urgency of the nation’s economic problems, the White House issued a new assessment that predicted continued high unemployment for the rest of this year and all of 2012.
A physical candidate to become the next long-term UA president is still months away, but the Arizona Board of Regents is already detailing the qualifications necessary for the job.
History sophomore Monique Perez says she would not have been able to afford college were it not for the Arizona Assurance Scholars Program.
Michael Mojica said he used to not know where his health fee dollars went.
The Interfraternity Council’s academic policy made some potential rushees ineligible this year.
Heterosexual individuals are not the only ones seeking sexual education classes; the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community need them too.
This year, GPSC expects to put $150,000 in travel grants up for grabs. On Tuesday, UA graduate and professional students gathered to find out how to get their share.
UA students, faculty and staff are being asked to show their patriotism to commemorate 9/11 by being part of a human flag.
Nicole Cousins, a freshman studying psychology and nutrition, said her $500 bill for textbooks surprised her, even though all nine of them were used or rented. And she said she would do it again next semester if it’s necessary to pass a class.
WASHINGTON — As if to make the point vividly clear that summer is unofficially over, the skies of Washington on Tuesday were a metallic gray, with a cold breeze blowing and rain peppering the ground. It had the feel of seriousness, of stakes raised. And no one likely will understand that more this week than President Barack Obama.
It’s no surprise that many college students don’t get a lot of sleep, especially freshmen living in the residence halls. But some students may not realize the benefits that could come from actually getting enough sleep: performing better in school and living a healthier lifestyle.