Árbol de la Vida Residence Hall and Likins Hall hosted their formal ribbon cutting ceremonies on Saturday, providing a close look at the features of the new residence halls to those in attendance.
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The Pima County Medical Society honored three physicians from the University Medical Center - University Campus as physicians of the year on Friday.
A panel of UA graduate students and faculty analyzed key factors that will determine the outcome of revolutions in Syria and Libya and how these factors are currently shaping the conflicts.
UNITED NATIONS — The United States and other world powers unveiled an eleventh-hour plan Friday to try to renew stalled Middle East peace talks, hours after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas made an emotional plea to the U.N. Security Council to grant the statehood that his people have failed to win in 18 years of negotiations with Israel.
NEW YORK — Two Americans freed from an Iranian prison said Sunday their captivity was a nightmare of “false hope” and hunger strikes, with investigators telling them they had been forgotten by their families.
While bikes are heavily regulated on campus, skateboards are becoming more of an issue as their popularity rises.
The UA Main Library’s new policy of only UA students after 9 p.m., effective Aug. 22, has raised questions about its role in the Tucson community.
The start-up company of two Eller College of Management MBA graduates is thriving a little more than a year after their graduation. Freight technology company Post.Bid.Ship has been selected to participate in the Invest Southwest Capital Conference in November.
The UA’s annual Meet Your Major Fair, sponsored by the Center for Exploratory Students, will be held in the Student Union Memorial Center Grand Ballroom today from 10 a.m.
The Hill Society is trying to reach new heights as it marks its first year of being a club on the UA campus.
JERUSALEM — The Israel Museum in Jerusalem launched its Dead Sea Scrolls Project Monday, placing five of the ancient texts online for the general public to study, the museum announced.
CAIRO — King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia surprised his ultraconservative nation Sunday by announcing bold reforms that for the first time give women the right to vote, run for local office and serve on the Shura Council, the king’s advisory board said.
Eating healthy is not something students always think about doing. To combat this, the Pima County Health Department, with help from the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, continues to promote healthy choices to help prevent obesity.
Choosing your direction in college can be a major ordeal.
In a new report, No More Deaths alleges rampant mistreatment of migrants by United States Border Patrol agents along the U.S-Mexico border, including the denial of basic human needs.
Yesterday’s “ReadOUT, ACTout” theatrical performance on the UA Mall caught the attention of students rushing by and drew in spontaneous listeners.
The UA’s National Society of Collegiate Scholars received a gold star for its efforts in volunteering and community enrichment during the 2011 NSCS convention held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, this summer.
Essay writing companies sell students examples they can use as a base for their papers. What thousands of students actually do with them is a different story.
Former Arizona diver Omar Ojeda is expected to take the place of diving instructor Michele Mitchell, who, after 15 years, has moved to the newly-created director of operations position for the swimming and diving teams.
The GPSC is searching for top student research and creative projects for its Student Showcase.