The UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and the Department of Mexican American Studies are working with community partners to create a bicycle program in Ajo, Arizona.
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The University of Arizona Police Department held a ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 22 for the promotion of a police radio dispatcher and the swearing-in of a new police canine.
The Environmental and Natural Resources 2 building has gained platinum level certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Designation from from the U.S. Green Building Council.
University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to a call concerning a man who had been bothering the UA basketball staff continually throughout the day on Sept. 15.
UA personnel from the College of Agriculture and Life Science have founded a start-up business and created a new video and social media platform for sharing educational content.
A University of Arizona Police Department officer and a resident assistant were on duty in Coronado Residence Hall when they saw a door covered in gray and pink post-it notes, all containing handwritten messages on them, on Sept. 6. Some of the messages seemed threatening and intimidating to the RA and the officer.
WateReuse Arizona named the Potable Water Reuse pilot tested in Tucson as the 2016 Project of the Year award winner. A handful of UA students and faculty contributed to the six-month pilot that was a tailored collaboration led by international engineering company CH2M HILL and partnered with Tucson Water and the WateReuse Research Foundation.
The UA Faculty Senate recently voted in favor of banning the use of e-cigarettes, adding it to the tobacco campus use policy. No citations will be given to students violating this law. The law is merely expected to be followed out of respect for the university.
University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to Babcock Residence Hall after a reference of the odor of marijuana. The RA on duty told officers that he saw a room with an open door where there was alcohol on a table and an odor of marijuana. The officer saw that there were six men in the room, and the two residents of the room gave the officers consent to enter the room.
The UA program Support. Opportunity. Success. recently expanded the methods students can use to communicate with staff to ask questions.
The University of Arizona Steele Children’s Research Center recently opened its new Children’s Postinfectious Autoimmune Encephalopathy Center of Excellence, which offers clinical care for patients and focuses on research on the spectrum of post-infection autoimmune encephalopathies.
University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to a shoplifting reference at the UA Bookstore on Aug. 19.
UA College of Pharmacy graduate, Caitlin Sing, recently opened an escape room business with her husband Neil Sing at Main Gate Square. Fox in a Box Tucson, opened May 13, the same day Caitlin graduated from pharmacy school.
A recent study by WalletHub named Arizona the strictest state in the country for the enforcement of driving under the influence rules.
The University of Arizona Police Department will soon partner up with the Tucson Police Department to work with their recently formed Red Tag unit, which works with citations for unruly gatherings.
On Aug. 6 around 5:15 p.m., University of Arizona Police Department officers responded to a call at the UA Main Library in reference to two people attempting to steal laptops. The pair was stopped in the ILC.
Items collected from students during last year’s residence hall move-out were sold within hours at the UA’s first Wildcat Welcome Week Rummage Sale.
Tuition isn't the only cost of entry to the UA. Look a little closer at the fine print and an incoming freshman will notice a myriad of fees tacked onto the UA's price of attendance.
Not only can Abby translate words into an exquisite gesture for those who are deaf and partially deaf, but she also takes music notes off the pages and directs band members with the swift direction of her hands.
But, I really have to pee...