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Travel back in time with UA Libraries

The University of Arizona Special Collections Library is known for its access to unique materials that have given Tucson residents an opportunity to explore both the culture and history of the city.  “1968 in America”, curated by associate librarian Bob Diaz, is the newest exhibit in the Special Collections Library, which opened Sept. 4 and is available through Dec. 7.  Read more

MLK March unites UA, Tucson community

This Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, hordes of Tucson residents came out to march to honor the life and legacy of the prolific civil rights activist. An annual tradition, this year marked Tucson’s 33rd Martin Luther King Jr. Day March.   Read more

UA Law School Students have their day in court to argue mock murder trials

These are the circumstances students in the Basic Trial Advocacy Class at the James E. Rogers College of Law had to work with during their mock trials on Saturday Nov. 18. The trials, based on a real murder case, were held downtown at the Pima County Justice Courts and were presided over by actual sitting judges who volunteered their time.  Read more

Trans Day of Remembrance held at Old Main

The Trans Day of Remembrance was held yesterday evening in front of the fountain at Old main. Members of the Tucson Transgender community, as well as allies, gathered to honor and mourn over the past year’s murders of transgender people.   Read more

UA College of Medicine: Saving lives since 1967

Sixty-four million people. That’s how many people have had their lives touched by doctors at the UA College of Medicine. November 17, 2017 marked the school’s fiftieth anniversary of serving the people of Tucson. And, frankly, the world.  Read more