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Arizonans depart for Ferguson in show of support for protesters

Over 30 people from the Tucson community gathered outside Cafe Desta, a locally owned business, Wednesday evening to send off seven people to Ferguson, Mo. The group of seven, with at least four people from Phoenix, is taking part in the Black Lives Matter Ride, a national effort in response to the situation unfolding in Ferguson.

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Some students elect to serve others this spring break

Some UA students are looking to make a difference this Spring Break by passing up a trip to Cabo or Lake Havasu, in order to help with issues such as hunger, poverty and medical care. The University of Arizona Alternative Breaks programs will be sending ...

Tylenol poisonings prove deadly

Data compiled by the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center shows that Tylenol overdoses kill more people than car crashes, and the center is looking to do something about it. The APDIC at the University Of Arizona College ...

UA named partner in global exchange initiative

Secretary of State John Kerry announced last month that the UA will be one of the first four higher learning institutions to receive a grant as part of the 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative. read more

Caramel colored colas could cause cancer

A recent study has found possible carcinogens in sodas, prompting the Food and Drug Administration to take a closer look at the chemicals used to make these drinks. read more