University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to a shoplifting call at the Circle K on Sixth Street and Cherry Avenue on Nov. 9.
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Many 19-year-olds are just trying to navigate their first few semesters of college, but UA graduate Viputheshwar Sitaraman is running his own business and was recently named one of the Arizona Republic's "35 Entrepreneurs 35 and Younger."
Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey, the National Park Service and the UA found in a recent study that spring has been coming earlier than usual in many national parks across the country. The study compared patterns of historical temperatures through 1912 and 2012 for national parks and found that 75 percent of the parks studied experienced characteristics of early springs, and has been classified as "extremely" early springs in close to half of the parks studied.
Tucson Water has proposed moving the reclaimed water discharge sites in the Santa Cruz River further upstream closer by the downtown Tucson area through their Agua Dulce Santa Cruz River Heritage Project, with hopes of restoring flow to the river within two years.
A group of students from Students for Sustainability, Greening the Game and Green Team traveled to Arizona State University to tour the school’s newly renovated Sun Devil Stadium and learn about its Zero Waste initiatives Thursday night.
A UA associate professor of anthropology recently published a study linking ancient atypical burials found through excavations to blood feuds in the past.
The UA BookStore will be celebrating the completion of its recent renovations with a grand reopening event on Nov. 10. The event will feature various visiting trunk stores, a virtual reality experience, KAMP Student Radio DJs, sales for both faculty and staff appreciation and Bear Down sales.
On a cloudy afternoon, UA students, faculty and staff members gathered to celebrate the new water-harvesting cistern in the UA Community Garden.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer was driving around at 8 a.m. on Oct. 22 when he saw a man walking in an erratic way with his jeans falling off his waist and looking confused. The officer conducted a welfare check on the man and noticed the man’s clothes smelled like alcohol.
The International Boundary and Water Commission reported on the beneficial impacts of an engineered flood of the Colorado River delta in 2014. Scientists from the UA, as well as from the Nature Conservancy and the Sonoran Institute, contributed to the report.
Campus sustainability groups are coming together to hold a zero-waste game for this year’s Homecoming football game.
The UA Office of Sustainability received a grant from the Green Fund for engagement initiatives that will include off-campus tours of various sustainability-related sites.
University of Arizona Police Department officers went to Rawls Eller Lodge on Oct. 12 following a report of a marijuana odor coming from a room in the residence hall. It was the same room from two previous calls in the past two weeks. When the officers arrived and went to the room they could smell a slight odor of marijuana outside the room.
The UA Honors College recently announced the new interim dean of the college: Elliott Cheu. Cheu is currently the College of Science associate dean and a distinguished professor of physics.
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The Breast Cancer Research Foundation awarded a $100,000 grant for UA professors to research breast cancer awareness in Latinas.
UA sustainability organizations are heading to Baltimore, Maryland for the annual Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education conference. The conference kicked off with a student summit on Oct. 9 and continues through Oct. 12 with programming aimed at bringing students together from around North America to talk about sustainability programs in higher education.
University of Arizona Police Department officers went to Kaibab-Huachuca Residence Hall in response to a possible fight in one of the rooms on Sept. 24. When officers arrived, they didn’t hear or see and signs of fighting from inside the room.
The UA School of Architecture in the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture received accreditation for eight years from the National Architectural Accrediting Board for both the school’s Bachelor of Architecture and Master’s of Architecture degrees.
Researchers from the UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health worked with the UA Bio Computing Facility on a new mobile phone app that tracks viruses like Zika, dengue and chikungunya.