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A proposed bill may bring more filmmakers to Arizona, potentially creating jobs and opportunities for students in the state.
Baking soda could eventually help treat breast cancer, thanks to a grant from the National Institutes of Health allowing the matter to be investigated further.
Pima County’s beaten roads are finally getting a facelift.
Updated: Survivors of sexual assault share stories with UA, Tucson communities during "Take Back the Night"
For the first time in eight years, the UA and the Tucson community came together to host a joint “Take Back The Night” event.
A new customer service facility in Tucson will be linked to the UA’s College of Pharmacy and create hundreds of jobs.
The UA will once again host the world’s most interdisciplinary conference on consciousness.
Medical debacles and mistakes of the recent past were discussed at a lecture hosted by the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health on Wednesday.
The economy is looking up as more U.S. employers expect to grow this year.
Ten UA grad programs are ranked among the best in the nation, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 list of best graduate schools.
This year, Arizonans may be partaking in retail therapy.
Losing his right arm and both legs in battle did not deter Brian Kolfage, 30, from coming to the UA to study architecture.
“Fire me and fire me now,” said Terry Wimmer, a journalism professor of practice, when he heard about Senate Bill 1467.
Residents of the West University Neighborhood yelled, “Shame! Shame on you!” when Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and Tucson City Council approved the Main Gate district urban overlay plan on Tuesday.
The UA is looking to simplify the search for research data.
When a brain tumor threatened David Schmidtz with “a fate worse than death,” his plan for a center dedicicated to political philosophy was put on hold.
The American Bar Association is working to seek more accommodation for disabled students who need to take the Law School Admission Test.
More than 30 undergraduate students participated in a 25-year-old tradition presenting year-long research projects at the UA Honors Research Expo on Wednesday.
Pinkberry’s two-day opening celebration was met by students, faculty and staff lining up and out the restaurant’s doors on Monday and Tuesday.
Pinkberry, a popular yogurt chain, will open on the UA campus on Tuesday.