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Robbins, faculty make summer trip to Mexico

During the summer, University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins, alongside a number of UA faculty, traveled to Mexico to meet with a series of academic, industry and government officials in an effort to strengthen UA’s cross-border collaborations. Read more

Hundreds of students partake in event to help find communities

This year's annual Finding Community Welcome event invited all University of Arizona students to engage with peers, faculty and staff representing the different resource centers on campus. Hundreds of UA students filled the South Grand Ballroom at the Student Union Memorial Center Aug. 24, where they were presented with different opportunities available at the university. Read more

UA Museum of Art welcomes interim director Meg Hagyard

For over 20 years, Meg Hagyard has been working in Tucson with different institutions like the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Tucson Children’s Museum. She also worked with the UAMA as a student and was able to create an exhibition with the help of a former faculty member. Read more

ABOR grants in-state tuition to DREAMers

The board began offering DACA students in-state tuition May 7, 2015, two days after the Maricopa County Community College District won the right to do so in Superior Court.There are roughly 57,000 DACA students in Arizona according to a 2013 DACA Data Profile from the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan think tank.  Read more

POLICE BEAT: 8/21/17

The University of Arizona Police Department was called in reference to a man who was reportedly throwing objects at passing cars near Sixth Street and Euclid Avenue Aug. 6 at 5:30 p.m. A UAPD officer responded to Arizona-Sonora Residence Hall in reference to the report of an incident during move-in Aug. 12 around 9:30 a.m. Read more