Kadeem Allen took the road less traveled to the NBA

Arizona guard Kadeem Allen will have a shot at the big time after being selected by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the NBA Draft. For much of his collegiate basketball career, this year’s 53rd overall pick didn’t fit the mold of those selected in the draft. Read more

Kadeem Allen took the road less traveled to the NBA

Arizona guard Kadeem Allen will have a shot at the big time after being selected by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the NBA Draft. For much of his collegiate basketball career, this year’s 53rd overall pick didn’t fit the mold of those selected in the draft. Read more

Amy's Donuts makes a sweet arrival in Tucson

Amy’s Donuts is home to a smorgasbord of creative and delectable doughnuts. Inside the shop, customers can find around 120 different flavors to choose from, including Amy’s Almond Joy, Nutella Crumb and even Maple Bacon. Read more

UA students, professor speak to encourage academic partnership with Czech Republic at Prague Fulbright conference

Three students and a professor representing the UA were personally invited to share their experience of studying abroad in the Czech Republic and to talk about how to bring more students to the country at a Fulbright Conference June 12. The event sought to educate Czech university administrators on ways to establish student exchanges, research collaborations and other relationships with U.S. Read more

Column: Life without a smart phone

Do you ever miss old cell phones and the simplicity of life that came with them? (Or maybe just that wonderful keypad?) Even in 2017, living with a basic phone has its benefits. Read more

Scarier than needles: Expert talks medical device hacking

Dr. Christian Dameff and Dr. Jeff Tully, graduates of the UA College of Medicine in Phoenix, recently hosted a summit on the threat of computer hacking aimed at hospitals and medical devices. With modern medicine relying so much on technology like insulin pumps, pacemakers and electronic medical records, an instance of malicious hacking could be lethal. Read more

Former Arizona players impacting NBA

This past NBA season serves to remind us just how much of an impact former Arizona basketball players are having on the NBA. If you happened to have been paying attention to any of the five NBA Finals games over the last few weeks, then you probably noticed some familiar names and faces come across your television screen — Steve Kerr, Andre Iguodala, Richard Jefferson — just to name a few. At one time or another, all three of them once donned the navy and cardinal jerseys that read “ARIZONA” on the front. Read more