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Hai Dooleł: a play written by, directed by, and starring Navajo language students to preserve culture

Students from the Department of Linguistics and the Department of American Indian Studies wrote and directed a play, “Hai Dooleeł,” in the Diné language and showcased it Friday, Nov. 30, in the Social Sciences building. Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, an assistant professor in the department of American Indian Studies, helped students put together the play and narrated it. She said it was their first time doing a play in the Navajo language. Read more

Correspondent view: Migrant caravan remains stalled at the border

On Sunday, the United States temporarily closed the border crossing between San Diego, California, and Tijuana, Mexico. In what President Trump called an invasion, over 5,000 immigrants are living in makeshift tents in just a couple miles south of the border. For two weeks, groups of a migrant caravan from Honduras have been arriving in Tijuana heading to the U.S. Read more

Fred DuVal appointed ABOR regent by Gov. Doug Ducey

With the term of Regent Rick Myers, a local Tucsonan, ending on the Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has appointed his former Democratic challenger for governor and past board chairman Fred DuVal to serve an eight-year term on the board. Read more