A newly invented deflector device for skateboards will soon enter the market and may change the safety of the industry.
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The UA, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University are working together to open an interdisciplinary, student-run clinic for the homeless of Maricopa County.
An initiative to legalize recreational marijuana will be on the 2016 ballot, but Rep. Ethan Orr (R-District 9) suggests that a voter-approved measure is not the way to go.
A common disease found in the Southwest region of the U.S. may soon find a cure through the efforts of the Valley Fever Center for Excellence at the UA.
There are many siblings attending the UA, but how many belong to the same sorority?
HitcHike is a new free app that helps students search and find rides from other students within their respective universities.
The UA is one of eight universities selected by the Association of American Universities to take part in the Undergraduate Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics Education Project initiative, and the STEM departments at the UA have been working to reform their teaching strategies.
The AAMC has made significant changes to the MCAT effective in 2015.
Protesters gathered on the UA Mall Thursday to rally against rape culture and sexual assault on campus.
A historic moment will take place at the Chase Building, Tucson’s first skyscraper, today at 9 a.m. for the first time in 75 years. Flags for the Flagless, an organization that installs flags on unused or abandoned flagpoles, founded by Tucson police officers Charley Foley and his partner Bradley Clark, arranged the ceremony.
The case that opened as a result of the phone-recorded video that went viral, capturing a UA student being knocked down by a TPD officer during an unlawful assembly, isn’t closed. After the UA men’s basketball team’s loss in the Elite Eight game against the Wisconsin Badgers, fans flooded to University Boulevard and began an unlawful assembly, prompting the Tucson Police Department to take action. Not everyone on the scene participated in the confrontation, including Christina Gardilcic, a UA alumna, who was knocked down by Sgt. Joel Mann, a TPD officer. She is now making a case against TPD. There have been investigations the past couple of months, and now Gardilcic is filing a Notice of Claim. It is required by law to file a Notice of Claim before a lawsuit can take place.
Due to their inability to afford renewing their contract with the UA, El Charro Cafe’s owners decided to no longer continue serving their food at UA sporting events. In its place, El Saguarito Mexican Food, a longtime Tucson restaurant, has signed a four-year contract to sell and serve its food at the Arizona Stadium and McKale Center.
With this year’s incoming class of over 7,800 new students, marking the largest in UA history, it was expected that there would be a larger number of freshmen applying for on-campus housing.
For the first time in UA history, the New Student Convocation was held outdoors on the UA Mall on Sunday.