One of Tucson’s newest additions, the Sun Link Tucson Modern Streetcar takes students beyond the brick buildings and grassy mall of UA’s campus to Tucson’s eclectic community filled with restaurants, boutiques and local hangouts.
The University of Arizona Police Department consists of 66 state-certified police officers and 49 civilian employees all with one common goal in mind.
University of Arizona Police Department Chief Brian Seastone migrated from his hometown, Boulder, Colo., for the dry heat of the Old Pueblo in 1980.
UA residence halls house over 6,600 undergraduates in 23 designated halls scattered around campus, but a majority of Wildcats will find suitable homes elsewhere. read more
Saturday, July 25, marks one year of smooth, air-conditioned transportation for the Sun Link Tucson Modern Streetcar. To celebrate the first anniversary, Sun Link will offer free rides to all passengers. read more
The Stand Up Against Hate protest rallied in support of the local Muslim community to square off against “hatred, bigotry, islamophobia and xenophobia” on the corner of Speedway Boulevard and Euclid Avenue on Saturday, July 18. read more
University of Arizona Police Department officers were dispatched to a reported assault at 601 N. Highland Ave. on June 29 at 4:45 p.m. read more