The University of Arizona College of Education is creating a new teaching certificate called the Pathways to Teaching program. The program is a partnership with the Sunnyside Unified School District to educate people connected to the district. Those people will become certified K-8 teachers working in the Sunnyside school district.
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The University of Arizona has removed recognition of the fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi as of Nov. 12. The fraternity had been under investigation for hazing since September, according to a UA News release. Before that, Alpha Epsilon Pi was under university probation for alcohol-related events and for violations of the fraternity code of conduct.
The sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi will be hosting its first ever Phi Fair on Nov. 15 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m on the University of Arizona Mall. The fair will have a number of games, food and events planned for people across campus to attend. All the proceeds will go towards Sharsheret, an organization dedicated to breast and ovarian cancer research and awareness.
The Homecoming Parade took over the University of Arizona Mall at 9:30 a.m. on Nov. 2. Faculty, students and UA alumni came together to celebrate the school and enjoy the creative floats that paraded down the Mall.
The University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law will be hosting oral arguments on two controversial cases by the Arizona Supreme Court on Nov. 5 from 2-4 p.m. Any student can attend, and 150 students are already registered to go. It will be held at the Ares Auditorium in Room 164 at the College of Law.
Several clubs will participate in the University of Arizona Homecoming Parade on Saturday, Nov. 2, and one of those clubs is the UA Club Cheerleading Team. The cheer club is a sports club that competes against other cheer teams in tournaments throughout the year.
The University of Arizona Panhellenic Council will be hosting Greek or Treat on Oct. 30 from 4-7 p.m. on the UA Mall. The event is a safe environment for children in Tucson to go trick or treating.
The University of Arizona will be hosting the Cybersecurity Awareness Fair on Oct. 15 between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the South Ballroom in the Student Union Memorial Center. Students that attend will learn about cybersecurity and the importance of knowing how to protect themselves online.
This year, people visiting the University of Arizona for Family Weekend will have one place to look for hotels and places to check out if they go to the event's website. That place is Visit Tucson. Visit Tucson is a website and company that partners with the metro chambers to promote Tucson tourism.
After a cyclist died early September in Madera Canyon, some cyclists at the University of Arizona are feeling the weight on their shoulders. Some blame the carelessness of motorists, while others blame the infrastructure on campus and throughout Tucson.
The 42nd annual Tucson Pride in the Desert Parade and Festival 2019 took place yesterday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the George DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center at Reid Park. This year paid homage to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. The festival and parade was in honor of the Stonewall Riots and to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.
Hannah Gaffney, president of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority, spent the first week of September lobbying for more cancer research. After hearing about a fellow sorority sister being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of blood cancer, Gaffney looked for fundraising options for her friend and stumbled upon the non-profit organization the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network.
Cyclists on campus can receive fines for breaking biking regulations, but students may not be aware of the rules in place.
The Queers United Coalition held a protest this morning calling for the removal of Dr. Randal Dull from his position as a professor in the Department of Anesthesiology. Dull recently came under criticism for making homophobic slurs in a letter to a newspaper in 2004 and stepped down from his position as chairman of the department.