UA health and wellness experts are expressing concern over a re-emerging obsession with having a “thigh gap.”
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The Arizona Department of Transportation recently adopted a UA alumna’s master’s project to help wildlife species safely cross Interstate 10.
ASUA’s administrative vice president is working on getting Safe Ride drivers Safe Zone certified.
President Ann Weaver Hart held her first town hall meeting of the semester on Tuesday, where the UA community asked about the university’s budgeting methods.
Students will have the chance to talk to advisers from various UA colleges at the Meet Your Major fair on Wednesday.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona held a public forum Wednesday for the three candidates running for a Senate seat in the upcoming special elections.
Members of the UA community gathered at the UA James. E Rogers College of Law on Tuesday to discuss the legal ramifications surrounding the United States’ intervention in Syria.
While a national survey shows there is little benefit to unpaid internships, some UA students say internships are valuable regardless of whether they’re paid or not.
The UA Student Recreation Center issued a survey to random faculty members last Tuesday to get feedback on how to improve the facilities for UA faculty.
The UA Medical Students for Choice club is one among many Arizona organizations working to give women and students opportunities for medical health regarding abortions, despite restrictions.
The Arizona Insect Festival drew bug enthusiasts of all ages for a day filled with curiosity and creepy crawlers at the UA on Sunday.
When Kara Reed, a faculty lecturer for the English Department, saw a news headline about fires in the Yosemite area, her instinct was to take to the Internet and research more about the fire.
UA students have obtained a UA Green Fund grant of roughly $7,000 to harvest olive, citrus and mesquite trees on campus.
In order to prevent congestion around campus during the first week of school, Parking and Transportation Services is providing students with services and tips to avoid the crowds.
A campaign to educate Tucson citizens on ways to be safe around the streetcar tracks begins this week.