In the heart of Fourth Avenue you can find Silver Sea Jewelry, a sea-themed jewelry store inviting you to come in and take a look at its treasures.
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Earlier this year the University of Arizona announced a new student emergency fund for UA students who needed special aid due to the pandemic. This fund is called the CARES Act: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.
With the 2019-20 school year coming to a close, graduating seniors at the University of Arizona prepare to finish their final year.
Although students really felt the pressure during this confusing semester, professors across the country were tasked with the job of converting their entire syllabus to fit an online format while still keeping students engaged.
Arizona is approaching three weeks of stay at home orders, implemented by Gov. Doug Ducey on March 31. Though the orders given by Ducey and Tucson Mayor Regina Romero three weeks ago certainly projected trouble for "non-essential businesses," some local restaurants have shifted to focus on giving back to the community in these troubling times.
In collaboration with the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, the Arizona Theatre Company was set to run a production of "The Legend of Georgia McBride," a play written by Matthew Lopez.
It has been consistently reported that as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a great shortage and need for face masks. The students and faculty of the University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television responded quickly to this need within the Tucson community.
As a student at the University of Arizona, you should never leave for class without your backpack. Some may think that what you pack in your bag is pretty self-explanatory, but there are some things that are extremely crucial to have for class and the day in general.
On Ninth Street, just around the corner from Fourth Avenue, Latin music will lead you through the alley gate and into a large white building known as Chulas.
Wildcat Dancesport has been waltzing around as the official ballroom dance club at the University of Arizona for over 20 years and serves as one of the university’s most unique way of making friends, according to club president Brenna Hall.
Located in the heart of University Boulevard, the Scented Leaf Tea House & Lounge has kept the tea flowing for students since July 2012.
Blending the old with the new, Desert Dream Ice Cream is still the new kid on Fourth Avenue, but they bring a new taste to an old business.
University of Arizona junior Kayla Lancaster makes Tucsonans’ taste buds “jump for joy” with her tasty treats.
After four years of discipline and dedication, University of Arizona senior Maya Griswold is on her way to completing her undergraduate in music and is looking towards the future. Following her final senior recital, Griswold sees herself making a difference in children’s lives through music — particularly through the oboe.
Alexa Rodriguez is a full-time student at the University of Arizona, has a full-time job and runs her own business — a business making a difference.
The wonders of the universe can be hidden from us, but with the help of scientists and artists alike, we can see worlds outside of our own reality.
From health writing at the Daily Wildcat to behind-the-scenes work on The Dr. Oz Show, Akshay Syal has found a way to merge media with his medical career.
As soon as you enter the store, you are encompassed in the scent of incenses, teas and herbs.
Find women supporting womxn at the “Desert Dreams: All-Womxn Interactive Art Exhibition,” where local female and non-binary artists will congregate to showcase their work and celebrate feminine culture within the borderlands community.
University of Arizona alumna Morgan Larson has felt the art of dance rushing through her veins since she was a child. As a young girl, Larson said she knew she was destined to thrive as a dancer on the West Coast.