When locking up his bike on campus, Mike McKisson, an adjunct professor for the UA School of Journalism, doesn't have to worry about it being stolen. For a small fee, he rents an enclosure in the Tyndall Street Parking Garage, adding an extra layer of security for his transportation.
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Increased transparency, new requirements for declaring a major and firearms in locked automobiles were three of the key topics at yesterday's Associated Students of the University of Arizona meeting.
The anti-Zionist oratory of Dovid Weiss drew an impassioned crowd of about 30 people on the UA Mall yesterday, many of whom held signs or wore stickers to protest Weiss's appearance on campus.
Younger Republicans are getting a boost of energy from what they see as an opportunity to appeal to voters who are displeased with the country's direction, said active members of conservative groups on campus.
Beer, food and live mariachi music accompanied sweltering heat Saturday as the UA marked the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month with a pre-football game party on the UA Mall.
he Associated Students of the University of Arizona held its second meeting of the semester Wednesday evening, tying up a few loose budget ends, improving transparency and fomenting a new era of cooperation between the undergraduate student government and the Graduate and Professional Student Council.
As law schools across the country feel the economic pinch, the UA's James E. Rogers College of Law is working hard to insulate its graduates from the economic downturn.
For the first time ever at the UA, about 500 incoming freshmen received a non-monetary scholarship this semester: a customized MacBook Pro pre-loaded with software and a few extras to boot.
As part of a sweeping reformation of the UA, four colleges have been united under a larger administrative unit called the Colleges of Letters, Arts and Science. The idea is to eliminate administrative redundancies while increasing communication among the colleges.