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Q&A: From Oklahoma to Ohio to Arizona

Awndrea Caves, a University of Arizona alumna, will be joining the faculty at the College of Humanities as a lecturer of Africana studies in the Fall of 2019. Caves Spoke with the Daily Wildcat about her background, hobbies and teaching style   Read more

New planetary science professor orbits towards UA

 Amy Mainzer, Ph. D., is an astronomer and astrophysicist. She is one of the world’s leading asteroid hunters at NASA. She’s the host of popular children’s show about astronomy. And in September, she will join the University of Arizona’s Department of Lunar and Planetary Sciences as a professor of planetary sciences professor.  Read more

Banner UMC launches research into gun violence

 Gun violence has long been an issue all across the world and especially in the United States. According to the Gun Violence Archive, there were more than 14,000-gun related deaths in the United States in 2018 alone. Tucson is no exception.  Read more

Primary candidates discuss student housing, gentrification

 On Saturday, June 22nd, Ward 1 City Council candidates– Lane Santa Cruz, Sami Hamed, Rob Ellias, and Miguel Ortega– and the three competing democratic Tucson mayoral candidates– Randi Dorman, Regina Romero, and Steve Farley– came together at El Rio community center to discuss gentrification in Tucson.   Read more