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More than 3,000 UA community members participated in CATwalk, Greek Life’s 10th annual philanthropy event, on Sunday to raise money for cancer research.
The UA is participating in the “Save Energy, Grow Money” Billon Dollar Green Challenge, which aims to finance energy-efficient upgrades while saving money.
Keith Humphrey is the new dean of students and assistant vice president of Student Affairs for the UA. He is also an adjunct assistant professor of practice in the Center for the Study of Higher Education and the coordinator of the master’s program in Student Affairs. He has been a UA employee for 14 years. Humphrey replaces Carol Thompson, who filled the position beginning in 2006.
About 500 UA community members came together to honor Wilson Forrester, a UA student who died last semester of an accidental drug overdose, at a candlelight vigil on Friday.
ASUA debuted its new podcast, “The WildCast,” to highlight issues within the governing body through comedy segments and interviews.
UA community members vocalized attributes they want in a new president, including an understanding of research, budget issues, retention of quality faculty and the state university rivalry at town hall-style meetings on Thursday.
Chapter leaders of Greek Life were taught how to spot and approach members with potential drug problems at an executive board training session for Drug Awareness Week on Tuesday.
Greek Life hosted a banner competition and sold bracelets on the UA Mall in honor of deceased fraternity member Wilson Forrester to begin its first Drug Awareness Week.
The governing bodies of UA Greek Life are bringing their first Drug Awareness Week to campus from Monday to Friday next week.
The number of Arizona parents opting out of vaccinating their children has more than doubled in the past decade, according to data from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
UA President Eugene Sander and other appointed UA professionals had a question and answer session on Tuesday in the Student Union Memorial Center Grand Ballroom.
Once a month, the Pima County Public Library comes to you.
All restaurants on campus are now checking photo identification with credit or debit card purchases exceeding $10 as part of a new anti-theft measure.
The UA’s renovated admissions website aims to be easier for prospective students to use.
The GPSC is searching for top student research and creative projects for its Student Showcase.
While bikes are heavily regulated on campus, skateboards are becoming more of an issue as their popularity rises.
Dr. Kathleen Young is the new staff psychologist at Counseling and Psychological Services and the coordinator of clinical services at the OASIS Program, a violence and sexual assault prevention program at Campus Health Service.
For the O’Connors, the word “sister” has many meanings.
The Philosophy, Politics, Economics and Law, or PPEL, major grew by 78 students over three semesters, which some PPEL students say is due to the variety of courses offered and the distinguished instructors.