Miranda's Station Review returns to campus

Miranda's Station Review (MSR), a student creative writing magazine, returns to campus seeking members to help produce, learn and get involved with an opportunity to showcase student writing. MSR originally existed as a student run "'zine" during the '91-'92 and '92-'93 school years. It hopes to establish a legacy by becoming a continuing resource for future generations of Arizona students.  Read more

Former track coach's trial begins in downtown Tucson

The trial of former Track and Field coach Craig Carter for aggravated assault began Wednesday in downtown Tucson at Pima County Superior Court. Carter, charged with assaulting a former student-athlete he was having an affair with, had been scheduled to face trial nearly three years ago before a series of set-backs and delays.  Read more

Life father, like son

It wouldn't be a stretch of the imagination to say baseball flows through the veins of both Fraizer and his father. “My dad is why I am where I am today, it’s because of him,” Fraizer said.  Read more

Murals of the Tucson community

Tucson Arts Brigade (TAB) is kicking off spring with a call to artists, from all backgrounds, to take part in a three-day mural festival dedicated to creating stories of culture through the arts. Artists and groups of all styles and experience levels are invited to work alongside TAB, along with residents of the historic Sugar Hill and Jefferson Park Neighborhoods, to gather stories and transform them into murals. Read more

Board of Regents president Eileen Klein to step down after five years

Arizona Board of Regents President Eileen Klein announced Monday, March 26 that she will step down after serving in the position for five years. In a post on the regents’ website, Klein said that she is leaving the regents to explore other options in her career, and that she is proud of what the regents and universities have accomplished.  Read more