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Back in March, Robert Mueller, a former FBI director and widely respected prosecutor, was appointed as a special counsel to investigate Russian meddling and potential collusion with the Trump campaign in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. He was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Tucsonans will elect three of six city council seats and decide the fate of four propositions this Nov. 7.
Joseline Mata is a political science major here at the University of Arizona, as well as the youngest member of the executive board for the Democratic Party. She represents the College Democrats of America on the board after being elected president in Las Vegas this October at their national convention.
Imagine being born with an incurable condition. A new therapy offers possible relief, not for your child, but for children in the future. What would you do?
Tucsonan Paul Gelsinger, father of Jesse Gelsinger whose death at the age of 18 during a 1999 gene therapy clinical trial led to a federal investigation, will speak to students Oct. 25 on the state of the science for gene therapy and the ethics of human subjects.
Matt Lubisich, president of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, alongside UA's Students for Sustainability, is pushing to create a new, university-wide sustainability committee to initiate collaborations and steer stalled campus-wide sustainability efforts.
As students approach the halfway mark of the semester, the stress of balancing academics, work and a social life can become overwhelming.
With hundreds of families descending upon the University of Arizona for Family Weekend, the Family Weekend steering committee has orchestrated a careful budget-balancing act to keep its events affordable and to cover all its costs.
As Reid Park Zoo celebrates its 50th anniversary, Tucson voters will have the opportunity to shape its future, thanks to two citizen initiatives on the Nov. 7 ballot sponsored by the non-profit Reid Park Zoological Society.
Arizona State Museum to host Six Native Master Artists with Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
The Arizona State Museum will host six Native American master artists for short residencies throughout the school year and offer a nine-month internship to six emerging Native American artists after receiving a $35,000 Art Works award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents, the governing board of Arizona’s three public universities, alleging that the regents have unconstitutionally raised tuition and fees for in-state students over the last 15 years.
One in three young adults have a tattoo — could the chemicals in their tattoo ink pose a health risk? A group of 12 University of Arizona students has set off to find out.
President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Sept. 5 that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program would be phased out within six months.
The ASUA senate voted to release a statement supporting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals students at the University of Arizona during their regular meeting this week Wednesday, Sept. 6. They also tabled their budget due to a typo in salary and approved a list of comedians to speak on campus this year.
More than 100 University of Arizona students, alumni and community members gathered on the UA Mall in support of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals students and locals.
Over the summer, the University of Arizona’s office of Student Engagement and Career Development released Handshake — a new portal to apply for on-campus jobs and internships.
The University of Arizona will host a national congress on Hispanics in STEM Nov. 18-20 after receiving one of four $100,000 awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
UA’s Mel and Enid Zukerman College of Public Health hosted a bilingual community teach-in Aug. 27 to educate community members on the impact of groundwater contamination in Southern Tucson and begin collaborations with agencies to address future community concerns.
During the summer, University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins, alongside a number of UA faculty, traveled to Mexico to meet with a series of academic, industry and government officials in an effort to strengthen UA’s cross-border collaborations.