Arts & Life

Anything but a Drag

Featuring real drag queens from all over the Tucson area, Diva La Paz brings awareness to the LGBTQ+ community, educating attendees with vibrant posters, activities, and a drag show, showing students and faculty alike that drag is all about individuality and expression of oneself.   Read more

UA's Middle Eastern Studies Center spring film line-up

The arts are an expressive way to share and communicate culture, especially the art of cinema. The nature of film allows it to educate using entertainment, storytelling and visual creativity, allowing viewers glimpses into lives and worlds far different from their own. It is this kind of education that the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies aims to provide with its Spring 2018 Film Series. Read more

UA Alum turned 'world class' hypnotist

Hypnosis wasn't on Dominick DeCarlo's mind when he graduated in '92. DeCarlo, who graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.A. in media art, was on his way to medical school before he decided to switch his focus. Read more

One of many smaller scale Gem show held at Elks Lodge 385

The annual Tucson Gem and Mineral Show has arrived, spanning all over the downtown area at over 50 locations, running from Jan. 25 – Feb. 5 The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show is littered with people ranging from individual vendors buying and reselling merchandise to collectors and mere spectators. Nevertheless, all are drawn together by a common interest and a love for rocks.  Read more

Wildcat recap

The month of January was a busy one. The new year and the beginning of the semester brought an influx of news and events both local and worldwide. Here are some of our favorites. Read more

Native American flags in bookstore hang for only a month

The University of Arizona Bookstore has been displaying international flags to represent the various countries that international students have derived from. However, it was not until approximately five years ago that the UA bookstore began including flags to represent the nations of Native American students. Read more