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The University of Arizona College of Law’s Wrongful Conviction Clinic was recently accepted as member of the Innocence Network and has changed its name to the UA Innocence Project.
Immigrant arrests are taking a toll on both U.S. citizens and the economy, according to an economic report called “The Immigration Dragnet and the Dispossession of Household and Community Wealth in the United States.”
Most University of Arizona students are aware of the vibrant bar scene near campus and most have probably seen or heard of a bar fight or two.
Volunteers from Sustainable Tucson and other environmental groups organized the Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival for its eighth year. This year, the festival took place on Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Armory Park.
Homecoming at the University of Arizona is full of decade-long traditions, one of those being people tailgating out of tents on the mall.
Throughout the rest of October and into November, UA Cares is organizing volunteering and philanthropic events to support both University of Arizona departments and non-profits in the Tucson community.
The student organization Indigicat Student Association held an event on the UA Mall Monday to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
In November of last year, the Office of Sustainability, along with student organizations such as the Students for Sustainability, presented a plan for an agrivoltaic unit to be built on the roof of the Environment and Natural Resources 2 building.
The Center for Creative Photography will be organizing three free exhibitions to recognize the decades of photography renowned journalist David Hume Kennerly has produced over his career.
Mike Neylan, or Chef Mike, is a personal chef in Tucson who specializes in cooking for clients with diabetes, including University of Arizona students.
The Tucson Unified School District governing board had a meeting yesterday to vote on whether to have the Family Life sexual education curriculum in their schools. However, the board ultimately did not come to a decision and delayed the vote instead.
The way this campus uses energy could change drastically in the next few years.
Students living on campus at the University of Arizona may find shopping for their own groceries hard. Prices of food items, such as Oreos, peanut butter, granola and Top Ramen at on-campus markets were priced higher than when they were found at grocery stores such as Safeway and Fry’s.
The college experience looks different for everyone, but one thing that should be the same for every student is that they should feel safe when they are on campus.
Commencement is the start of a new chapter. Thinking about the future can be overwhelming, but commencement itself does not have to be. Whether you’re going to support a student or are a student, this guide has all the basic information you will need to be ready for commencement celebrations
Finals week can be a time of anxiety and panic for students, which is why the Finals Survival Week committee was created at the University of Arizona to help students relieve at least some stress amidst their finals.
The University of Arizona has a new chief financial officer. Lisa Rulney, who worked as the interim CFO for five months, was hired as CFO in early April of 2019.
Spring Fling only happens at the University of Arizona once a year, so that means students, families and thrill seekers of all kinds come from all around Tucson to join in the fun.
New research by a University of Arizona assistant marketing professor came to the surprising conclusion that eating high-calorie foods may actually lead to lower-calorie eating later.