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UAZ Divest met with University of Arizona Foundation leaders to continue a discussion about the University of Arizona's investment in the fossil fuel industry on Aug. 23.
Nearly a week after the University of Arizona Police Department detained a male suspected to have been carrying a gun on the school's main campus, UAPD identified and charged the suspect.
The University of Arizona Police Department detained a suspect at the Student Union Memorial Center this morning after responding to reports of an armed male seen on main campus. The man was said to have a gun in his waistband and was initially seen running west from the Communications building, located near Old Main.
The Arizona Healthcare, Emergency Response, and Other Essential Workers Surveillance, referred to as AZ HEROES, was given $22 million by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to continue their research into vaccine effectiveness and immunity from COVID-19.
The 2021-22 academic school year bore witness to a vast array of different news stories that affected student lives on and off campus, from constantly changing conversations and policies surrounding COVID-19 to heated political discourse centered around social and economic issues.
The CatTran was stationed on the UA Mall Wednesday, April 13, as part of an annual two-part community initiative led by Campus Pantry and the Community Food Bank aimed at addressing food insecurity on campus by collecting food items for the two groups.
This week, UAZ DIVEST, a student-led organization working to discontinue the University of Arizona’s investment in fossil fuels, has taken a step forward in their mission by scheduling their first meeting with the University of Arizona Foundation.
CATalyst Studios, located on the first floor of the Main Library, offers a variety of programming and services for students from all different fields and interests.
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees are trying to flee their homes, or are otherwise stuck in incredibly dangerous living situations. This crisis has left many in desperate need of relief and aid. Here is a list of some groups accepting donations to help provide aid to the Ukrainian people:
RecycleMania, a contest hosted by the University of Arizona Housing and Residential Life spanning from Jan. 31 to March 26, aims to encourage recycling and other sustainable living practices among students.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine hosted a forum Feb.10 to discuss steps medical health professionals can take to address healthcare disparities and the social determinants of mental health, providing their patients with an overall more accommodating and beneficial experience.
University of Arizona Health Sciences researchers uncovered a new possible treatment that would reduce the likelihood of stroke patients developing dementia in the time following their stroke.
Gov. Doug Ducey released a new state budget on Jan.14 that calls for $14 billion in spending, focusing the funds on border security, education, water and Arizona’s state parks.
The first cases of the Omicron variant at the University of Arizona were detected by researchers on Dec. 21.
Survivor Shield is an emerging local nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness about and taking action against sexual violence, as well as supporting survivors.
This Thanksgiving, the University of Arizona Student Unions will be providing free Thanksgiving meals to students staying on campus for the holiday.
Pima County has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases this month, with the number of weekly cases exceeding the amount observed in the county during summer 2020, with about 3,200 new cases reported each week.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met on Wednesday, Nov. 17 to discuss the development of their senate initiative.
Homecoming was a time for various student successes as Homecoming King and Queen were crowned and two student organizations emerged from the Homecoming Olympics victorious.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate student governing body, met on Wednesday, Nov. 10 to discuss the search for and hiring of new senators from the College of Medicine, College of Optical Sciences and College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.