Dhawal Srivastava, center right, a UA student, fixes some glitches in his drone prototype before demonstrating it to judges during Hack Arizona 2015. The 2018 iteration of Hack Arizona will take place from Friday, Jan. 12 through Sunday, Jan. 14.
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Sophomore Kelsie Rogers puts donated food in boxes on the CatTran on April 1, 2015. Participants in the weekend program will learn about ways to identify and address issues surrounding food in the community.
Arizona forward LaBrittney Jones (24) bypasses Stanford forward Erica McCall (24) while making a jump shot in McKale Center on Feb. 8. Jones returns for her junior season as a veteran leader for a determined Wildcat team.
Students study together for final exams in the UA Main Library on Thursday. Finals Survival Week will continue today with yoga, back rubs, therapy dogs, fresh fruit, ice cream and giveaways beginning at noon on the UA Mall.
Students study and work out equations together in the Main Library on Thursday. The library is one of many locations on campus offering solutions to help de-stress during finals week.
Brent Gibbs, associate professor and artistic director of Arizona Repertory Theatre, said he believes William Shakespeare's work can still relate to today’s world. Gibbs has directed several of Shakespeare’s pieces, including "Henry V," "Hamlet" and his most recent play, "Othello."
Former Arizona Rep. Ron Barber talks about freedom of speech from a political standpoint on Wednesday in the Modern Languages building. Barber was part of a panel that discussed the First Amendment and the meaning of freedom of speech in America.
The Little Free Library located in the Spring-Dunbar neighborhood on the corner of 10th Avenue and Second Street on Wednesday. The idea behind the Little Free Library is that if you take a book, you then leave a book that someone else can read.
Members of the Tucson Bus Riders Union and Tucson community gather to listen to Jarrett Walker, a public transit planning consultant, at Armory Park on Friday. Walker discussed the importance of low-income fare for Tucson's public transit system.
Zia Record Exchange, located on Speedway Boulevard, will celebrate Record Store Day on Saturday. Schumarker said vinyl records are starting to make their way back because the sound quality on them is better and records now come with a download code, so people can put music on their electronic devices.
Gene Schmidt and Robin Redfield, representatives of Physicians for Social Responsibility, stand outside the Center for Creative Photography on Friday to oppose Sen. Jeff Flake's mining initiatives. "We are doing this because we are trying to keep the Earth from cooking," Schmidt said.
Gene Schmidt, left, and Robin Redfield, right, representatives of Physicians for Social Responsibility, stand outside the Center for Creative Photography on Friday to oppose Senator Jeff Flake’s mining initiatives. “We are doing this because we are trying to keep the earth from cooking,” said Schmidt.
Arizona women's tennis player Devin Chypyha swings during Arizona's 6-1 loss to Stanford at the LaNelle Robson Tennis Center on March 28. Chypyha has adopted Arizona as her second home due to the weather and university.
Arizona softball outfielder Katiyana Mauga (34) swings at a pitch during Arizona's 9-4 loss against ASU on Saturday at Hillenbrand Stadium. Mauga and the Wildcats hit the road to take on Oregon State on Thursday.
Sophomore Kelsie Rogers puts donated food in boxes on the CatTran on Wednesday afternoon. This marked the seventh year the UA and Community Food Bank have coordinated the "Stuff the CatTran" event.
Students pose for a selfie with police officers stationed on University Boulevard after Arizona lost to Wisconsin in the 2015 NCAA Tournament Elite Eight on Saturday. No riot police, pepper canisters or pepper balls were used.
Communication senior Mike Mazzella performs standup comedy in Gallagher Theater in the Last Comic Standing competition on Tuesday night. This was Mazzella's first standup performance, but he has been doing improv since high school.
Arizona women's basketball coach Niya Butts looks into the crowd during Arizona's 60-57 win against Stanford on Feb. 8 in McKale Center. Butts will be back next season as she looks to turnaround the program.
A photo of the Campus Health Services building where students can receive treatment for various sexually transmitted diseases. Pima County Health Department has reported a dramatic increase in syphillis over the last three years.