News

USS Arizona Mall memorial opens

Small American flags snapped crisply on the UA Mall in the breeze, outlining the shape of the battleship U.S.S. Arizona on Sunday. Over 500 people attended the 3 p.m. dedication ceremony of the new U.S.S. Arizona Mall Memorial, spilling out of the 355 provided seats and onto the surrounding sidewalk. Read more

USS Arizona Mall memorial opens

Small American flags snapped crisply on the UA Mall in the breeze, outlining the shape of the battleship U.S.S. Arizona on Sunday. Over 500 people attended the 3 p.m. dedication ceremony of the new U.S.S. Arizona Mall Memorial, spilling out of the 355 provided seats and onto the surrounding sidewalk. Read more

POBEAT: 12/5/16

A University of the Arizona Police Department officer responded to Yavapai Residence Hall when a student reported a theft from his dorm room for the second time on Nov. 29. Read more

UA professors react to Fidel Castro's death

Longtime Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro, died Friday Nov. 25 at the age of 90. The death of the communist dictator, who was nearly in power for 50 years, provoked a sense of relief in many Cubans, domestically and internationally, while others reacted quite to the contrary by mourning the loss of their Cuban leader. The impacts of this event have even resonated within a couple of individuals here at the UA. Read more

Total Frat Move reports false controversy between WRC, AEPi

The cancellation of the fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi’s philanthropy event “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” sparked controversy when an article published on the website Total Frat Move wrongly called out and criticized the UA Women’s Resource Center for being responsible. Read more