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Get to know Lorna Luft before she comes to Tucson

The Daily Wildcat interviewed actress and author Lorna Luft, who will be at the Tucson Festival of Books to promote her newest book about her mother, "A Star Is Born: Judy Garland and the Film That Got Away." The book is a history of all of the "A Star Is Born" movies with never before seen photos.  Read more

Police Beat 2/27/2019: Smoke and mirrors

Meat wasn’t the only thing to get grilled Jan. 25. The University of Arizona Police Department questioned a man barbecuing. Two officers made their way to an alley north of Speedway Boulevard near the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity house after receiving a report of smoke and a potential fire at approximately 2 a.m., according to police.  Read more

Three UA professors and authors to look out for at the Festival of Books

The Tucson Festival of Books hosts hundreds of authors every year on the campus of the University of Arizona, and every year a number of UA professors and faculty make the short walk from their offices to promote their new books too.  The Daily Wildcat talked with three UA professors presenting their books at this year's festival. Read more

Peace Corps paves way for better world, better Tucson

University of Arizona graduate students are not only leaving their mark in Tucson, but all around the globe. Through the Peace Corps and the Coverdell Fellows program at the UA, students are making the world a better place through sustainability, education, healthcare and outreach. Read more