Revive Civility Month kicks off in Tucson

May has officially kicked off Revive Civility Month for the Tucson community, and the National Institute for Civil Discourse has formed a task force after a proclamation signed by Mayor Jonathan Rothschild last month at the Loft Cinema. Rothschild has been a real leader in supporting the campaign, said Carolyn Lukensmeyer executive director of the NICD. Read more

Zeta Psi fraternity moves houses to make room for UA's new honors village

UA’s proposed honors village is set to be built on Drachman Street, between Park and Fremont avenues; this area, which is currently home to the Beta Delta chapter of Zeta Psi Fraternity and other residential houses, will soon be overtaken by the university’s project. According to university plans, this centralized honors village will include 1,000 new dorm beds, a set of classrooms and offices, a recreation center and a new parking lot. Read more

ASUA Notebook: 04/12/17

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona focused on where the remaining funds for UA clubs should go as the year winds to a close during its meeting on April 12. Read more

Community concerned about trust and credibility of UA in development of new honors complex

Three homes in the middle of the 1000 block on Drachman Street, between Park and Fremont avenues, were at the center of discussion during the third community meeting April 10, which concerned the development of UA’s new honors complex. John and Jenny Sadlouskos, residents of one of the homes, sat in the front row as talk of their imminent plight surrounded them, much as the future parking lot American Campus Communities plans to build would surround their home. Read more

Games Room at UA steps up their game

The Games Room at the Student Union Memorial Center is looking for players to enjoy its new consoles, computers and Virtual Reality events, including a VR game developed right here at UA. Read more