Tucson

The Return of Brother Dean

Brother Dean Saxton returned to campus on Thursday, Sept. 28 to continue preaching to crowds of hundreds of students,now that his year-long ban from campus is over. Saxton's return marks a year and one week after he kicked Mackenzie Brandt, a criminal justice studies sophomore. Read more

Steve Kozachik balances roles between UA and Tucson

If the city’s August primary elections are any indicator, Kozachik should be on his way towards a decade of dual service as the Ward 3 Representative on Tucson’s City Council and an Associate Athletic Director at the University of Arizona, where he oversees facilities and capital projects. Read more

School of Journalism grants award to Times editor

Every year, the University of Arizona School of Journalism awards a different journalist with the Zenger Award for Press Freedom and invites them to Tucson for a small banquet. This year, they've chosen to invite New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet to the dinner in October with journalism staff, students and others in the journalism community. Read more

POBEAT: 09/27/17

A University of Arizona Police Department officer encountered a man vomiting into a trash can east of the Administration building at approximately 9 p.m. on while patrolling the area Sept. 8. A woman was with him, and when they saw police they began walking away. Read more

Digitization of Arizona historic newspapers to continue to preserve history

The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records a grant to further digitize Arizona’s historic newspapers on their already established database. They will be working with the University of Arizona Library this grant cycle and are planning to expand the titles of their collection, including some in Spanish. Read more

UA startup on a healthy road to success

In another success for Tech Launch Arizona, SinfoniaRx, a University of Arizona startup pharmaceutical company that helps patients nationwide, was recently acquired by New Jersey-based public health care company Tabula Rasa. Read more

The employers are coming: Fall Career Days is almost here

The career fair is designed to connect students with employers for internship and job opportunities, both full- and part-time. Employers are primarily looking for undergraduate students; however, the fair is open to the public, including alumni and Pima Community College students. Read more

AG Brnovich sues Regents

Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Board of Regents, the governing board of Arizona’s three public universities, alleging the regents unconstitutionally and dramatically raised tuition and fees for in-state students over the last 15 years. Read more

POBEAT: 09/20/17

A UAPD officer was called to Coronado Residence Hall around 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 9 to check the welfare of a resident. Read more

Neighbors conflicted over new honors complex

While many University of Arizona students and faculty are excited for the Honors College to have a new home, neighbors immediately surrounding the proposed site of the honors village complex have mixed feelings about what the development means for their neighborhoods. Read more

UA Students Investiagte Dangers of Tattoo Ink on National Grant

The students of the Environmental Health Sciences Transformative Research Undergraduate Experience program will spend the semester researching the chemicals in tattoo ink and evaluating the current research on adverse health risks under the guidance of Walt Klimecki, associate professor and interim department head of Pharmacology and Toxicology Read more