In honor of the Smithsonian Magazine’s 15th annual Museum Day, the Arizona History Museum will open its doors free of charge to ticket holders this Saturday, Sept. 21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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University Boulevard’s resident mac n’ cheese fix has officially vacated the premises, but a new barbecue joint moved in this summer in hopes of establishing their name.
Edgardo Aguilar, a Tucson native, former Desert View High School student, and now a University of Arizona freshman acquired one more important title this year: “2019 Arizona Poetry Out Loud State Champion.”
Notebooks, pencils and bullet-resistant backpacks are all school supplies that may be in your shopping cart this year.
Tucson enjoyed a small dose of internet fame this past week, as a local man (#GreenShirtGuy) went viral after laughing at protesters opposing a ballot initiative that could make Tucson a sanctuary city.
The Equal Opportunity Policy of the University of Arizona states that UA provides equal opportunity to all individuals, regardless of race, religion, gender identity, sex or sexual orientation. Here is a list of resources that are available to all members of the LGBTQ+ community in Tucson and on UA campus.
College students are already spending thousands of dollars on tuition, making it safe to say any discount one can get will go a long way. Here is a list of discounts to enjoy for the simple fact of being a student.
According to Forbes Magazine, the University of Arizona is one of the best employers in the state.
Childhood sexual assault survivors were given more time to pursue civil action against their offenders after Gov. Doug Ducey signed a new bill into law on May 28.
Chicanos Por La Causa, a nonprofit community development organization, announced a new scholarship initiative on April 27 after the Arizona Supreme Court denied in-state tuition for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals students last year.