The aesthetic of an old book and an aged workbench tool showcase the April theme of Gather A Vintage Market, located on St. Mary's Road. April's theme, running from Thursday, April 6, to Sunday, April 9, is centered around rustic-modern pieces.
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Gather A Vintage Market features rustic-modern antiques as their April theme. While next month will showcase a completely new theme, from Thursday, April 6, to Sunday, April 9, the market displayed and sold everything from oaken furniture to dinnerware.
Gather A Vintage Market, located on St. Mary's Road., opens up for four days consecutively each month to showcase a themed variety of all things antique. This month's theme is designed around an upscale-barnyard/country lifestyle, incorporating rustic farm utility elements with classy table arrangements of tea sets and silverware.
The UA Ombuds office works to mediate issues between students or employees as well as provide communication and collaboration advice.
John J.B. Allen, distinguished professor of psychology, is an expert on mood and anxiety disorders. According to Allen, six percent of college students display the symptoms of mental disorders.
Cup it Up features a new soda brand, Stubborn, available on tap, varieties of which are also incorporated in their cocktails. The restaurant opened at Main Gate Square on April 1.
Cup It Up opened its second Tucson location on Saturday, April 1, on the corner of University Boulevard and Tyndall Avenue. Boasting fresh ingredients, Cup It Up lets patrons create their own cups of proteins, greens, grains and other complements, or choose from a selection of signature creations.
Graduate and Professional Student Council members vote during a meeting on April 3 in the pima room at the student union. The council reviewed next year's budget and the elections.
An overhead view of Cyclovia, a cycling event hosted biannually that features a wide variety of local businesses and community members, on April 2.
Cyclists at Tucson's Cyclovia on Sunday, April 2. Cyclovia is hosted biannually and features a wide variety of local business and community members.
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.
Will Mahnk (left) and Henley Bryant (right) illustrate microaggression in everyday situations.
University Ave exemplifies the quintessential main drag of a college town. Between Park Ave and 6th Ave, University features a variety of shops, bars and cafes that thrive off of the energy UA students bring.
The outside of the NPR/PBS broadcasting office located in the Modern Languages building on March 27.
A broadcaster in the NPR/PBS office located in the Modern Languages building on March 27.
University Avenue exemplifies the quintessential main drag of a college town. Between Park Ave and Sixth Avenue, University features a variety of shops, bars and cafes that thrive off of the energy UA students bring.
Art professor Alfred Quiroz tells of his life experiences, which culminate with his tenure at the UA in his office at the School of Art on March 8. Professor Quiroz is currently transitioning into retirement after serving in a variety of roles throughout his art career.
Dr. Thomas Doetschman, Ph.D., examines the embryonic cells used to study and implant mutated and disease genes; if the mutated gene successfully imbeds itself into a sperm or egg cell, the resulting rat that is born will be studied to research the effects of that same disease genes in humans. CRISPR CAS9 is technology that allows the splicing of genes to both remove and replace particular DNA strands. CRISPR can affect either just the patient or his descendants as well, depending on the technique used.