artsandamp;life

Things to read that aren't textbooks

With the number of textbooks, handouts or PDFs that college students are required to read, it’s easy to feel fatigued by reading. As book lovers ourselves, we know how hard it can be to find the time and the motivation to pick up a book that isn’t vital to our classes. With this list, we hope to ease the struggle of finding the right book to read when you need a break from your mandatory reading list. Read more

Tucson must-see spots

 Tucson is home to many community gems. However, those new to Tucson may not know where to go for some fun activities for all ages. Here are 10 places in Tucson to see if you want to call yourself a Tucsonan.  Read more

Things to do in Tucson if you're under 21

 Tucson is a town that has a rich culture when it comes to things to do. While it has a vibrant nightlife and bar presence, Tucson is filled with a plethora of adventures for those who are under the age of 21. From shopping to concerts, there is always something to do in the “Dirty T."  Read more

How to make the most of student discounts

 College students are already spending thousands of dollars on tuition, making it safe to say any discount they can get means a lot. Here is a list of discounts you can enjoy for just being a student.  Read more

Resources for the LGBTQ+ community

The Equal Opportunity Policy of the University of Arizona states that UA provides equal opportunity to all individuals, regardless of race, religion, gender identity, sex or sexual orientation. Here is a list of resources that are available to all members of the LGBTQ+ community in Tucson and on UA campus. Read more

Starting the path to being politically active

As college starts this year, local mayoral elections are occurring in August and more broad-scale elections are starting to peek over the horizon. That being said, getting engaged in politics can be difficult when away at college, in or out of state.  Read more