When she graduated from the University of Arizona in May 2019, Tamara “T” Statman, the current Miss Tucson Del Sol and previous four-year letter winner for the UA softball team, wanted to find something new to be involved in.
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New research by University of Arizona geoscientists has shown a reduction in the amount of oxygen in Antarctic waters, making it warmer and more acidic. The change in the Southern Ocean is caused by the increased freshwater from melting Antarctic ice sheets along with increased wind.
Arizona Online has made an 18-rank increase from last year and has tied at 11 out of 353 programs in the 2020 Best Online Bachelor’s Programs rankings, according to a U.S. News & World report released on Jan. 14. The online program has increased a total of 70 spots since the university’s appearance on the report in 2017.
In January 2019, the “Skip the Straw” campaign was launched by the University of Arizona Cooper Center for Environmental Learning’s Outreach Team, a student-led group supported by the UA Green Fund.
The Parker Solar Probe is NASA’s first robotic spacecraft studying the solar wind and outer layer of the sun. The seven-year mission launched in August 2018 and will encounter heat and radiation like no spacecraft has ever experienced before.
Paragon Space Development Corporation won a $2 million contract award with NASA’s Tipping Point Program. The company specializes in life support and thermal control in space missions and works with many University of Arizona students and alumni.
Clark Norton, author of "Secret Tucson: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure" spoke for the first time at the Arizona History Museum on Tuesday evening about his new book that celebrates the many oddities Tucson has to offer.
The annual SlutWalk led by the University of Arizona’s FORCE program will take place on Nov. 13. It will begin on campus at the Women’s Plaza of Honor and end at the Rialto Theatre in Downtown Tucson.
The Purple Penguin Candy Emporium, located across from the Reid Park Zoo in Tucson, is the city’s old-fashioned candy store that specializes in selling nostalgic treats from the past.
The University of Arizona’s Class of 1969 is celebrating the 50th anniversary of their graduation this year at Homecoming 2019.
The fundraising goal for the University of Arizona Foundation was reached yet again this year, making it the second year in a row to break the record for philanthropic donations to the university.
The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft had a busy summer. OSIRIS-REx is currently operating around Bennu, a carbon-rich asteroid in an unstable orbit which may collide with Earth or another planet in 10 million years.
For the 87th year of Family Weekend, the University of Arizona's Parent and Family Programs is organizing another weekend full of fun and interactive events for all kinds of UA families.
Drinking tea for relaxation just got taken to a new level with the addition of CBD-infused teas at Scented Leaf Tea House and Lounge.
"Les Misérables," the French historical fiction novel by Victor Hugo, was first introduced to the public in 1862. Since then, it has captured the hearts and minds of many and is now established as a classic. The novel was later adapted for film and theatre, and the musical produced by Broadway in Tucson did not disappoint.
The once-vacant lot on University Boulevard is now home to a fashion-forward streetwear store called Dress Code. The store opened its doors on Aug. 11 and this “music driven fashion” shop is endearing itself to students by offering a "new kind" of contemporary fashion boutique on Main Gate Square.
Broadway in Tucson Company’s showing of Finding Neverland truly instills a sense a wonder within audiences. Taking place in the regal Centennial Hall on University Blvd., magic really is played out before your very eyes.
Taking the romantic life of two at-feud pajama-making factory workers and bringing that life to campus is what the Arizona Repertory Theatre does in its final show of the season: a light-hearted musical called “The Pajama Game.”
The Arizona Repertory Theatre (ART) kicked off its spring season with a rendition of "The Merchant of Venice," a Shakespeare play that commentates on hard-hitting issues such as discrimination and anti-Semitism.
UA Poetry Center is hosting its annual Broadside Contest again this May.