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UAPD holds event to collect unused medications

UAPD holds event to collect unused medications

The University of Arizona Police Department will hold its biannual “Prescription Drug Take-Back” program event on campus this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Students share experiences in identifying migrants' remains

UA students who work to identify remains found along the U.S.-Mexico border cited domestic policies as a cause of migrant deaths in a conference on Tuesday. The students presenting at the Honors College shared their experiences working as interns at ...

Local alliance to aid school in Mexico

For the first time, the Sky Island Alliance awarded its Land Stewardship Award to a school in Sonora, Mexico.

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Proposed hotel near campus stirs controversy

A local architect and members of a historic zone advisory board are at odds about a proposal to build a hotel near the UA. Tucson Mayor and Council is set to decide on the proposal this summer. read more

Class presents streetcar marketing campaign to local leaders

A UA class gave its final presentation to local political and business leaders on the marketing campaign it developed for the Sun Link Tucson Streetcar on Tuesday. Integrated Marketing Communications, Marketing 452, presented its progress on marketing ... read more

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Police Beat: April 24

Hit the floor University of Arizona Police Department officers were called to investigate possible sexual activity at the Arizona Stadium Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research on Monday. read more

Police Beat: April 23

Everybody’s doing it A UA student was arrested for minor in possession of alcohol on Sunday at around 4 a.m. read more

Police Beat: April 22

Gambling Problem A UA student was receiving threatening phone calls and texts from a Korean man, for owing $600. A University of Arizona Police Department officer spoke with the student on April 14 regarding the phone calls and text ... read more