When Amanda Merz, a senior studying journalism and geography, heard about the $25 drop fee given to courses dropped after the first week of classes, she said it was “ridiculous,” and just a ploy to squeeze more money out of students.
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A new grant has given UA researchers the funds necessary to investigate the ecological effects of local invasive grasses.
The recent opening of University Physicians Hospital’s two new behavioral health care facilities may mean better medical care for Tucson residents and more opportunities for UA medical students.
Over the past 10 years, the number of Arizona parents who opted to not inoculate their child has doubled.
Leaving the rigid, daily structure of high school for the more flexible, self-reliant model of university life can be jarring to an incoming freshman.
The UA has heavily emphasized diversity the past few years and this year’s freshman class reflects that. “It’s the most diverse we’ve ever had,” said Kasey Urquidez, assistant vice president for Student Affairs and dean of Admissions. This continues a recent trend stretching back the last five years.