A sign displaying the new hours for hiking on Tumamoc Hill on Sept. 4. In addition to changing hours, the hill's summit will also be fenced off.
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Students collaborate and study at the UA Main Library. This years freshman class was UA's most diverse ever. It also features the highest percentage of high achieving students in history.
Looking through the top of the Sonoran Pentapus, it can be seen how the unique roofing creates diffused light. Students welded for more than a year to create the structure.
An exterior view of the Sonoran Pentapus outside of the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. The sculpture is part of a multi-university study in creating "grid-shell" structures.
The newly-completed Sonoran Pentapus outside of the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. Originally slated for Dec. 2016, the structure took until May 2017 to complete.
Hotel Congress, located downtown on the corner of Toole Avenue and Congress Street, will be hosting HOCO Fest starting Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017.
Presta Coffee Roasters, located on First Avenue north of Grant Road, seeks to provide a pure, simple coffee experience by educating patrons about the production process as well as the coffee bean origins. Ask about their rotating selection of single-origin coffee beans.
Meredith O'Neil prepares to serve coffee to patrons on Sunday, Aug. 20 at Presta Coffee Roasters. Baristas are trained to a high standard that includes technical coffee production skills, as well as coffee culture and terroir factors that impact bean flavor profiles.
Patrons enjoy a pastry from 5 Points Market & Restaurant, offered by Presta Coffee Roasters, on Sunday, Aug. 20. Presta provides a relaxed atmosphere good for work, reading and enjoying coffee.
Students collaborate at the UA Main Library on the second floor. Both the Main Library and the Science-Engineering Library contain quiet and silent study spaces in addition to cooperative group environments; some individual study rooms can be checked out on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Jacqueline Warner, left, and Audrey Balda, right, share a conversation over some of Shot in the Dark Cafe’s fresh-made food on July 28. Located on East Broadway Boulevard and Arizona Avenue, the cafe is open 24 hours and is just one block south of downtown’s main thoroughfare, Congress Street.
Hotel Congress, located downtown on the corner of Toole Avenue and Congress Street, remains a historic landmark and community hub of Tucson. Located across from the Rialto Theater, Hotel Congress houses new and local artists’ concert venues as well as a cafe and a handful of bars.
Collette, located next to the Chipotle Mexican Grill on University Boulevard, is owned alongside Boutique 816 by Amy DeVries. The store purveys a “girl next door” clothing style while incorporating many of the vintage motifs found at the sister store, Boutique 816.
Boutique 816, the second in a pair of sister fashion-stores, promotes a vintage feel with antique-like furniture and rustic decor complementing a “boho-meets-edgy” clothing selection. The shop is located on the north side of University Boulevard, along with its sister store a few doors down on the same side of the street.
ZOË Boutique, originally founded on Fourth Avenue in 1994, is home to a collection that features “a little bit of everything.” The clothing store is also home to other accessories including jewelry, handbags, scarves and even succulents.
IQ Fresh, located in the Student Union, offers a variety of wraps and salads, in addition to other nutritious options. They are one of a handful of other places on campus where patrons can order smoothies that incorporate more than just fruit, including vegetables, protein powders and flax seeds.
A student team showcases their rooftop garden design before a panel for final judgment on April 20 in SUMC’s Gallagher Theater. The teams were tasked to design every aspect of the rooftop garden, from finances to staffing.
Steward Observatory, located on the UA campus by the Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium. Tucson is home to many scientific organizations and companies, ranging from defense contractor Raytheon to UA’s very own Tech Park.
Jessica Muiseke-Wilkison serves up a “Neopolitan,” one of many specialty tea concoctions at Scented Leaf. Scented Leaf is known around the UA community for a wide tea selection and special refill deals.
Scented Leaf, located on Park Avenue and University Boulevard, offers a host of tea selections alongside a menu of signature mixed teas. They also serve a small selection of pastries.