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Heroes programs combats veteran PTSD

Twenty veterans take their lives each day in the US, according to a statistic from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Rikki Silver, double major in family studies and human development and special education and rehabilitation, was shocked when she learned this. Read more

Local, national groups recognize Women's History Month

March is Women’s History Month, bringing many events on campus, locally and nationally recognizing the struggle women have faced. Aurora Sartori, graduate assistant at UA’s Women’s Resource Center and Ph.D. student in language, reading and culture, said in a release on the WRC website that too often, women are left out of historical narratives. Read more

Former NASA admin named UA commencement speaker

Former National Aeronautics and Space Administrations administrator Maj. Gen. Charles Frank Bolden Jr. will be the UA’s commencement speaker this May. According to an email from UA President Ann Weaver Hart, aside from the contributions that he has made to the OSIRIS-REx launch in September, Bolden has worked as a naval aviator and spent 34 years with the U.S. Marine Corps. Read more

POBEAT: 03/20/17

A University of Arizona Police Department officer stopped a red Pontiac for driving without headlights on Feb. 24. The officer identified the driver and passenger by their Arizona drivers licenses and immediately caught the scent of fresh marijuana coming from the car and questioned both about the smell. Read more