Weight Watchers of Arizona has partnered with UA Life & Work Connections to provide weekly meetings on campus for UA students and employees.
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A little more than a year after being critically wounded from a gunshot, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords announced that she will resign from Congress this week.
A group of student emergency medical technicians will team up with the University of Arizona Police Department to help shorten response times to students in need of medical attention on campus starting March 1.
When Diane Contreras, mother of a UA student, heard that her son had been in a motorcycle accident while studying abroad, she never thought she would have to find approximately $50,000 to fly him back to Tucson for proper treatment.
When UA students Jennifer Sedler and Piper Stoeckel were competing against each another in dance competitions years ago, they never thought they would be running for Miss America or Miss Arizona years later.
The ASUA Senate unanimously appointed Marc Small as a replacement for Marielos Castro, a former senator who resigned from the governing body in December for medical reasons.
The UA Health Network implemented a ban on smoking and tobacco products both in and outside of its hospitals to promote a healthier environment.
Editor’s note: In honor of the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 8, 2011, shooting, which killed six and wounded 13 including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, the Daily Wildcat investigated the involvement and importance of UA interns working in her office both in Tucson and Washington, D.C.
Three “Remembering January 8th” events will be held on and around the UA campus to honor the first anniversary in 2011 when 19 people, including U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, were shot during a public “Congress on Your Corner” event in a Tucson shopping center. To commemorate the shootings in which six were killed, community organizations have put together a variety of events.
Four UA student businesses are collaborating to put together a spring break experience for students in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
J. Lyle Bootman, senior vice president for Health Sciences and pharmacy dean, has been charged with a DUI, according to public court records.
While the UA’s Shared Governance Memorandum of Understanding aims to collaborate on university decision making and planning with both the faculty and administration, some question its effectiveness.
James Allen, president of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, went to Russia for a week as part of the Kremlin Fellows Program. The program, fully funded by the Russian government, was formed to improve Russian-U.S. relations since their relative stagnation after the Cold War.
Employers could hire more graduates from the class of 2012 than the class of 2011, according to a new report.
As smartphone data usage continues to rise, so does the security risk.
The UA’s Faculty Senate approved an Ad Hoc Committee on Information Technology and discussed similarities and differences between the UA and other Pac-12 schools during its meeting on Monday.
The GPSC hosted its 19th annual Student Showcase on Friday to creatively present research from graduate and undergraduate students.
The UA has created a net price calculator to help applicants estimate the amount of need-based aid they could receive, but its accuracy in determining true cost of attendance is questionable.
Rho Lambda, the new all-women Greek honorary, is looking to join leaders within the UA sorority community to focus on community service in Tucson.
Terry Bracy, board chair of the Udall Foundation, is stepping down from his position at the end of October. He has been the board’s chair for 17 years and welcomed the foundation’s stewardship of the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, which mediates environmental issues in 46 states around the country. He also helped cofound the Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management, and Policy, which helps develop resources for Indigenous nations in the U.S.