The University of Arizona is now one of 60 college institutions to become a Partner Network Organization to combat and prevent sexual harassment in higher education, the UA announced on Feb. 26.
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The University of Arizona’s Women’s Plaza of Honor could be getting a new commemorative bench in the coming months to honor the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
A local annual tradition kicked off Oct. 1 with new virtual and socially distanced in-person formats. This year’s Tucson Meet Yourself Folklife Festival has been “reframed” to safely serve the community without losing the element of entertainment.
Groundworks, a local youth-oriented music and art organization, is making some noise in the Tucson area by providing Tucson’s young artists with a safe community space to get creative.
Students can feel confident at the polls this election with the help of Arizona’s Citizens Clean Elections Commission.
In honor of the fallen first responders of the 9/11 attacks, Arizonans are coming together on Sept. 11 to participate in the 9th annual 911 Tower Challenge.
Tucson streets are becoming embellished with large-scale sculptures thanks to the new Sculpture-on-the-Street program by local non-profit art organization SculptureTucson.
Start off the new semester with stylish and affordable clothing while contributing to a great cause this weekend.
As local students head into their virtual classrooms this semester, back-to-school donation drives are in full swing to make the transition back into the classroom easier for Tucson students, families and teachers.
The Tucson Museum of Art is reopening to the public on Thursday, July 30, and debuting a new art installation — the Kasser Family Wing of Latin American Art to the Tucson community.
On the Historic Fourth Avenue in a concealed patio, the Flower Shop on 4th Avenue is a hidden gem with fresh flowers and a passion to create unique and artistic floral arrangements for the Tucson community.
With movie theaters closed due to Gov. Doug Ducey’s latest executive order on June 29 to help slow the spread of COVID-19, local movie theaters have learned to adapt by providing entertainment from the safety of your home or vehicle.
The University of Arizona’s Disability Resource Center prides itself on being one of the most inclusive and accommodating disability resource centers in the nation, according to DRC employees.
In one year, Black-owned restaurant ATL Wings has become a staple in Tucson with its crispy and flavorful wings, top-notch customer service and determination to give back to the community.
One hundred years before the Black Lives Matter movement, diverse communities across the U.S. stood up in solidarity against social injustice like police brutality. Black Americans battled police brutality through the power of protests, riots and social uprisings.