Social media has transformed into a modern means of recognition for many people across the globe, with sites and pages similar to Brandon Stanton’s viral Humans of New York. His page, which highlights random individuals and brings light to the diversity of the world, has inspired one UA student to make his own university counterpart — Humans of the University of Arizona.
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Forget seeing the magic happen; it’s time to hear it happen. The Tucson Symphony Orchestra collaborates with “Pixar in Concert” to bring musical magic to Tucson on Nov. 28 at 4:00 p.m. and Nov. 29 at 2:00 p.m. in the Tucson Music Hall.
Black Friday, on Nov. 27, is right around the corner, which means you can expect the general populace to turn into materialistic zombies. With that in mind, it’s best to prepare a game plan ahead of time.
Bisbee, Arizona, is widely known for its culturally diverse atmosphere and inclusive environment of acceptance. The small Southern Arizona town fosters an excellent environment for art of all forms, including film. Likewise, from Nov. 18-22, the UA Hanson Film Institute and Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum will present the second annual Bisbee Film Festival.
The Fred Fox School of Music will be welcoming the Arizona Baroque ensemble on Nov. 18 in Holsclaw Hall. Arizona Baroque, the UA’s baroque ensemble, will perform an all-Vivaldi concert, featuring his lesser-known vocal and instrumental works.
Arizona Repertory Theatre’s production of “Reckless” took all the right approaches to a seamless, whimsical valentine of a comedy.
One of the most discussed myths that encompasses the college student is the Freshman 15. Some swear it’s real, some think it’s a result of lifestyle choices. A few UA freshmen weighed in on the Freshman 15’s role in their lives.
Within the depths of the Fred Fox School of Music’s abundance of talent resides a professor who’s regarded as a virtuosic musician.
The Fred Fox School of Music’s Tuba-Euphonium Studio hosted “Octubafest,” where Professor Kelly Thomas, who died over the summer, was honored and his legacy celebrated.