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CESL celebrates 50 years of 'international culture'

The University of Arizona’s Center for English as Second Language (CESL) is celebrating 50 years on campus. In 1968, the center was formed when then-president of the university, Richard Harvill, asked Frank Pialorsi, a teacher and graduate student at the time, to run a summer program to teach English for international students.  Read more

POLICE BEAT 2/19/2018: Hazed and Confused

A student flagged down a University of Arizona Police Department officer on Feb. 3 inside the Student Union Memorial Center to report his experiences with hazing while rushing the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.  Read more

For members of BLACK community, displacement anything but easy

Members of BLACK — Building Leaders and Creating Knowledge — had to leave Navajo-Pinal Residence Hall due to construction in Arizona Stadium. They faced miscommunications which led to paying for two dorms at once, parking passes that couldn't be switched to another garage, and false move-out dates. Eventually they met with UA President Robert Robbins and Dean of Students Kendal Washington White to sort the issue out.  Read more