Arts

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

UFO takes students to infinity and beyond

There are over 600 recognized clubs and organizations at the University of Arizona. Each group has passionate students trying to better their lives, and college experiences, through extracurricular participation. One of these clubs is the University Filmmakers Organization, otherwise known as UFO.  Read more

Week of Jan. 26 recap from Arts & Life Editor

The week of Jan. 21-26 brought us cold weather, exciting events and stories to look out for. These are my Top picks from the arts & life desk. check out the other sections as well as constant online and social posts.   Read more

'Miranda's Station Review' makes a comeback

Miranda’s Station Review, a student-run publication, may not be familiar to most who roam University of Arizona campus today. The free publication, a poetry, art and creative writing magazine, landed on campus in fall of 1991. Michael Baker, a non-traditional undergrad, was one of the co-founders of the magazine and is looking to revive the publication in the spring of 2018.    Read more

Tucson's 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' marks 40 years

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” has been playing with a live cast at The Loft Cinema for 40 years, making it the longest-running live performance of the movie in the United States.  Rocky Horror has played with a shadow cast at least once a month at The Loft Cinema consistently since 1978. To celebrate the anniversary, there will be a Halloween Sing-A-Long performance in addition to the scheduled October show.      Read more