An amended contract for University of Arizona Vice President and Director of Athletics David Heeke was approved by the Arizona Board of Regents, the governing body for the state’s three public universities. Heeke was hired as director of athletics in 2017.
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The Arizona Board of Regents, or ABOR, the governing body for the three public universities in Arizona, are met this week to discuss important board policies, plans for general education reformation and review the performance of the University of Arizona. The first day of meeting to discuss policy and business was Thursday, Nov. 21.
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate governing body, passed a resolution in support of the LGBTQ+ community and discussed their budget at their senate meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Students at the University of Arizona have recently been spammed with an influx of scams coming through their university email addresses. These scams have fooled many students, causing them to lose up to thousands of dollars.
The Associated Students of The University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate governing body, voted on multiple resolutions and discussed the budget at their senate meeting Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Senators discuss Students for Sustainability funding and voting resolution (ASUA Notebook: 10/30/2019)
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona, the university’s undergraduate governing body, discussed funding for the Students for Sustainability and also discussed with a representative of NextGen about on-campus voting initiatives at their senate meeting Wednesday, Oct. 30.
This year’s Homecoming Week at the University of Arizona kicked off with a bang yesterday night with a watch party for the annual lighting of "A" Mountain. The event was held at 5 p.m. at a new location from previous years, the new MSA Annex.
The 42nd annual Tucson Pride in the Desert Festival will be held this year on Saturday Sept. 28 at Reid Park. The festival has grown immensely from years past with an expected 4,000 attendees this year and 100 local vendors and sponsors.