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One of Tucson’s newest additions, the Sun Link Tucson Modern Streetcar takes students beyond the brick buildings and grassy mall of UA’s campus to Tucson’s eclectic community filled with restaurants, boutiques and local hangouts.

Streetcar slides open doors full of possibilities

One of Tucson’s newest additions, the Sun Link Tucson Modern Streetcar takes students beyond the brick buildings and grassy mall of UA’s campus to Tucson’s eclectic community filled with restaurants, boutiques and local hangouts. Read More

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Q&A with UAPD Chief Brian Seastone

University of Arizona Police Department Chief Brian Seastone migrated from his hometown, Boulder, Colo., for the dry heat of the Old Pueblo in 1980.

Students find new homes off campus

UA residence halls house over 6,600 undergraduates in 23 designated halls scattered around campus, but a majority of Wildcats will find suitable homes elsewhere.

Voice for students grows larger

Started in 1913 as the student body organization of the university, ASUA has represented students with the goal of “engaging and empowering” ever since as the university’s student government on campus.

Q&A with ASUA President Manny Felix

Outgoing, reliable and a leader are a few words current ASUA President Manuel Felix uses to describe himself.

Rec Center offers more than just a gym

Students continuously cycle in and out of the UA Student Recreation Center with the simple swipe of their CatCards or application of their fingerprint on a scanner.

CAMPUS more in campus

Places to know on campus

Just about every one of us can locate the Student Union Memorial Center or Arizona Stadium on a map, but there are plenty of places on campus that aren't as highly publicized. read more

New restaurants join UA menu

UA’s culinary services seeks to capture student interest by introducing savory masterpieces with new restaurants expected to be unveiled in the fall. read more

Voice for students grows larger

Started in 1913 as the student body organization of the university, ASUA has represented students with the goal of “engaging and empowering” ever since as the university’s student government on campus. read more

LOCAL more in local

Support Tucson artists for authentic experience

In a well-renowned hippy haven like Tucson, chock-full of craft stores, vintage shopping and local artists, shopping local and keeping money in the community isn’t difficult. Start the school year right with some local art from all over the city. read more

Long live the Tucson food scene

This weekend, in Tucson’s grand tradition of embracing local food culture, the Heirloom Farmers’ Markets will host their second bi-annual Viva La Local Food Festival fundraiser on Saturday. read more

POLICE BEAT more in police beat

Police Beat: May 6, 2015

A University of Arizona Police Department officer went to the Student Recreation Center to investigate a fight that occurred with two soccer teams on May 3 at 2:47 p.m. read more

Police Beat: May 5, 2015

A University of Arizona Police Department officer was on patrol when he noticed a white Toyota 4Runner with an expired registration sticker on April 16 at 2 p.m. read more

Police Beat: May 4, 2015

A University of Arizona Police Department officer investigated the smell of marijuana in Villa del Puente Residence Hall outside of Room 315 on April 14 at 7:11 p.m. read more