Natalie Anne Allen showed immense passion and drive while at the University of Arizona, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance and a Bachelor of Arts in communication and being recognized as an Outstanding Senior of the School of Dance.
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Offering University of Arizona students the opportunity to pet dogs, get tutored, de-stress and eat free pancakes, Finals Survival Week kicks off another semester of student engagement.
At the Edge - Student Spotlight, a showcase put together by the UA School of Dance, featured thirteen new works created by members of the UA Dance Ensemble and aimed to display their individuality and voices.
The University Community Chorus, a self-sustaining ensemble open to students, faculty, staff and community members, presented its accomplishments during its spring concert, “Music of the Americas.”
Beverly Seckinger, a University of Arizona professor for the School of Theatre, Film and Television, produced and filmed her documentary, Hippie Family Values, focusing on the valued traditions and lifestyle of hippie elders. The documentary takes place at a communal ranch in rural New Mexico.
Using art to teach about water irrigation, Students for Sustainability painted a three-part mural series in the UA Community Garden with the goal of inspiring and educating students and members of the neighborhood.