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UA alumni takes legal action against TPD

UA alumni takes legal action against TPD


The case that opened as a result of the phone-recorded video that went viral, capturing a UA student being knocked down by a TPD officer during an unlawful assembly, isn’t closed.

Mixed emotions toward new tobacco policy

Mixed emotions toward new tobacco policy

The UA created a new tobacco policy that went into effect on Aug. 25. Students so far have reported a mix of appreciation, anger and indifference towards it. The policy states that the university now “prohibits the use of products that contain tobacco ... Read More

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Police Beat: September 3

On Aug. 21, a UA student was arrested on charges of property damage and hit-and-run, and was released on the scene.

Police Beat: September 2

A Song of Vice and Fire
A non-UA affiliated man was arrested on charges of criminal damage, reckless burning and possession of drug paraphernalia. A University of Arizona Police Department officer was performing routine checks ...

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Startup Tucson event coming soon

Startup Tucson hosted an informational session on Tuesday evening to inform students about the goal of its event and to increase its outreach on campus. Startup Tucson, an organization that creates a three-day experience for individuals who want to ... read more

UA alumni takes legal action against TPD

The case that opened as a result of the phone-recorded video that went viral, capturing a UA student being knocked down by a TPD officer during an unlawful assembly, isn’t closed. read more

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UA student crowned Miss India America

Meet Maya Sarihan: physiology junior with medical school on her mind, fluent in Hindi, teaches Hindi in the UA critical languages program and was recently crowned Miss India America 2014. While everyone was getting ready to go back to school, Sarihan ... read more

UA professor receives award for asthma research

Lynn Gerald, health promotion sciences professor and the Canyon Ranch Endowed Chair at the College of Public Health, received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Thoracic Society for her research on school-based asthma. According to the ... read more

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Police Beat: September 3

On Aug. 21, a UA student was arrested on charges of property damage and hit-and-run, and was released on the scene. read more

Police Beat: September 2

A Song of Vice and Fire
A non-UA affiliated man was arrested on charges of criminal damage, reckless burning and possession of drug paraphernalia. A University of Arizona Police Department officer was performing routine checks ... read more

Police Beat: August 28

At 7:43 p.m. on Aug. 21, a UA student was reported as insulting females around the Student Union Memorial Center. However, he fled the area before University of Arizona Police Department officers arrived. read more