The Health Resources and Services Administration recently awarded the Arizona Center for Rural Health a $1.5 million grant to provide assistance to rural hospitals in Arizona over the next three years.
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The flu virus is now considered to be widespread in Arizona and is especially prevalent in the Tucson community.
Arizona Rep. Anthony Kern recently sponsored HB 2615, which would eliminate free speech zones on public college campuses and make the public parts of campuses open to free speech. The bill would apply to both public universities and community colleges in Arizona.
It’s that time of year again—the annual competition, RecycleMania, is here and with it comes a slew of programs aimed toward encouraging sustainability and the importance of recycling correctly.
The UA has made the Princeton Review's cut this year and was included in the newly released 2016 book,“Colleges That Pay You Back,” that features 200 of the nation's colleges.
Sex offenders are able to enroll to the UA, but, depending on the seriousness of their offense, they may have to notify the university of their status. Whether the sex offender is required to notify the university is based on which level of risk the person is classified under.
The UA’s BIO5 Institute has recently been ranked No. 4 on a list of the "50 Best Graduate Research Institutes 2016" on the Grad School Hub website.
Two UA sociology professors recently published a study about the effects of teenage pregnancy on young women’s education attainment and earnings.
A study conducted from 2005 to 2007 by UA researchers showed that permanent residents of the U.S. sometimes faced discrimination by local authorities in communities near the U.S.-Mexico border. Nearly 10 years later, the situation in these border communities may not be changing for these residents.
The dean of the UA College of Medicine-–Phoenix, Stuart Flynn, is one of four candidates for a position as the dean of a new medical school in Fort Worth, Texas.
The American Civil Liberties Union and three unnamed plaintiffs are proceeding with their lawsuit against the federal Border Patrol and the Department of Homeland Security for having unconstitutional conditions in its Tucson sector facilities.
President Barack Obama announced his new plan of executive action to tackle gun control in a speech on Jan. 5, 2016, in the White House East Room. His plan includes four main components that were outlined in his speech, which can be found on the White House website.
According to a report released by State Farm Insurance, Arizona ranks No. 7 in the nation for most theft claims in 2014.
Contrary to an age-old rumor that has been circulating on the UA campus, the UA Mathematics Department is not on probation.
For those in areas that are "medically underserved," the College of Medicine will bring the clinic to you
At least three times a week, somewhere along the roads of Tucson, there is a vehicle outfitted with two complete medical examination rooms and a phlebotomy lab driving around, preparing to deliver healthcare to people across Southern Arizona.
Gov. Ducey is seeking funding to create a new border law enforcement force: the Border Strike Force Bureau
Gov. Doug Ducey has recently unveiled a new plan to create a Border Strike Force Bureau that works with local and federal law enforcement agencies to target drug cartels at the Arizona-Mexico border. The strike force has been working at the border since September, according to Ducey’s Nov. 23 testimony before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
The University of Arizona Police Department arrested a suspect, Zachary M. Figueroa, on Nov. 10 in response to the Oct. 27 burglary of the Gould-Simpson building, according to a campus watch bulletin. The suspect was identified through community tips provided to UAPD.
The University of Arizona Police Department and the Veterans Education and Transition Services are collecting unwrapped new toys for the annual Toys for Tots drive. The toy drive is done nationwide in conjunction with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
To some, becoming a police officer appears to entail just giving out parking tickets. To others, it is a non-stop action movie, chasing down the bad guys and stopping crime in its tracks. While both of these ideas may correlate with the actual duties of a police officer, Sgt. Filbert Barrera of the University of Arizona Police Department shows a side of the police that is not always the first thing that comes to mind: change and compassion for one’s community.
The Arizona Board of Regents gave reports on their committee meetings Thursday. The reports covered the audit committee, the business and finance committee and the academic and student affairs committee, each of which met Nov. 18.