Karl Eller, prominent University of Arizona alumnus and donor, died in Phoenix on Sunday, March 10. He was 90 years old.
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Yazmin Novelo is a Maya singer, educator and radio show host who came to the University of Arizona to promote The Maya Maiz Roots Conference, taking place April 24-28. The five-day conference will travel to Arizona State University, Pima Community College and the UA.
The Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium opened its newest exhibit, "Sharks: Magnificent and Misunderstood," on Friday, Feb. 22.
The Tucson Festival of Books, taking place on the University of Arizona Mall March 2-3, is supported by hundreds of different sponsors and run by thousands of volunteers.
Shane Bauer and David Maraniss are two of the presenting authors coming to the Tucson Festival of Books on March 2-3.
The University of Arizona Office of Sustainability, Fed by Threads and the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning are joining together to put on a presentation about sustainable clothing.
The University of Arizona Police Department will hold an active shooter information session open to all students and faculty of the School of Theatre, Film & Television at 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 22.
For students looking to test the waters of an industry before diving in after graduation, the University of Arizona Student Engagement & Career Development hosts a Job Shadow Program where students can apply to visit an organization or industry of their choosing for a day. Students can sit in on meetings, get a tour of the facility and get hands-on experience.
The 46th annual President’s Concert took place this past weekend, featuring the Arizona Symphony Orchestra and 2018-19 Concerto Competition winners. The concert was presented by the Fred Fox School of Music and held in Crowder Hall on Friday, Feb. 1 and Saturday, Feb. 2.
Each year, beginning in 2006, the University of Arizona College of Science hosts a lecture series showcasing key speakers who present on a single topic or theme. This year, the series “Searching for Certainty” features six UA scientists giving lectures from Jan. 15 to Feb. 26. For the first time ever, all six of the speakers are women.
The UA community paid tribute to the first alumnus president of the University of Arizona, Henry Koffler
On the evening of Monday, Nov. 19, staff, family, friends and admirers gathered in Crowder Hall to honor Henry Koffler. Koffler, former president of the University of Arizona, died in March of this year at the age of 95.
Music, a cheering crowd and bold makeup could all be found Thursday night in the Social Sciences building, as Delta Lambda Phi hosted the annual Divas in the Desert drag show.
Name & Gender Marker Change Clinic provides legal aide to transgender and gender-nonconforming community
Pride Law and Southern Arizona Gender Alliance are putting on a clinic to assist transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals in changing their names or gender markers on official documents Nov. 15 and 17.
On Friday night University of Arizona alumni, students and families gathered by the Old Main Fountain to celebrate the annual Homecoming bonfire and crown the newest Homecoming King and Queen.
On the morning of Sunday, Oct. 14, athletes, families and people looking to support a good cause gathered on the University of Arizona Mall for Jim Click’s 2018 Run ‘N’ Roll. This annual event was an 8k or almost five-mile, race where wheelchair athletes and runners competed side by side. A 3k run and kid’s race also took place during the event.
On Wednesday afternoon, almost 600 freshmen students in the engineering program gathered on the UA Mall to test out their class projects - solar ovens made from scratch.
Scholarship Universe, the University of Arizona’s online scholarship database, is planning to unveil a newly updated version of the website. Honors students at the university already have access to the updated site.
“Street medicine,” or the ability to provide health care directly to the homeless population on the streets, is a key focus for students in CHS 334 - Community Health Care.
Selecting your college courses can be a stressful process. How do you know if a class is going to be fun or a boring lecture that puts you to sleep? The University of Arizona has some pretty unique and exciting classes, but lots of them go unnoticed by students. After talking to students, teachers and preceptors, we have compiled a list of some of the more interesting classes that the UA has to offer.