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UA students paint the town with new mural

On the wall of the Historic Y building in the heart of Downtown Tucson, a mural depicts a Latina woman looking longingly into the clouds while surrounded by colorful imagery of cactuses and Arizona sunsets.  The artistry and detail of this new mural was painted with the help of two UA students.  Read more

UA implements electric scooter ban

UA Parking and Transportation recently announced a ban on all electric scooters on campus that went into effect Oct. 24, 2018. This recent ban on electric scooters has raised many questions as well as posed new issues to UA students that regularly use electric scooters to commute around campus.  Read more

UA Hackathon created by and for women

The University of Arizona’s Fourth Annual Women’s Hackathon began with a kick-off event on Oct. 19 on the UA Mall and later took place at the Main Library and the Integrated Learning Center on Oct. 20-21.  Read more

Arizona's Senate race

With the retirement of Jeff Flake, Arizona’s Senate seat is up for grabs this November. Democrats are fighting fiercely over this competitive seat, hoping to tip the narrow Republican majority in the US Senate. The winner of this election will serve as Arizona’s junior senator alongside former Senator Jon Kyl, who was appointed to replace the late Senator John McCain. Learn about the two candidates below.   Read more