Amid concerns from graduate students that the number of teaching assistantships and research assistantships is set to decrease, the Graduate College has announced the creation of a new graduate hiring category, the graduate assistantship in outreach.
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Swine flu, the controversial disease that has been ubiquitous in global news , even made it onto the agenda at the year's final Faculty
The ongoing swine flu epidemic has recently focused attention on health concerns in Mexico, but some students are already working to address the issue.
Matthew Kaplan is looking for volunteers. But not just anyone: he's looking for people with close family members who survived or were victims of the Holocaust.
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If you think poetry is a lofty art form accessible only to the intellectual elite, think again. The Poetry Center wants to get 'em while they're young.
Students in the UA College of Medicine are rising up to protest the ""new direction"" the college is taking by removing Associate Dean of Student Affairs Christopher Leadem from his job.
UA President Robert Shelton said there are no immediate plans to terminate the University of Arizona's contract with Russell Athletics Corporation, which has been accused of violating the UA's Labor Code of Conduct.
You may love your old UA sweatshirt, but a new report suggests that it might have come from a factory where workers have been denied basic labor rights in violation of the UA's Labor Code of Conduct.
With a national competition only days away, the members of the UA Mock Trial team are taking to the court - the courtroom, that is.
Bad weather may have kept many people indoors this weekend, but it wasn't enough to dampen the spirits of those attending the 14th Annual 2009 Wildcat Powwow.
The relationship between an undergraduate and their graduate teaching assistant can often make or break a student's experience in a class where access to a professor is limited or non-existent. But recent budget cuts have prompted concern about the future of that relationship.
Arizona may be the home of John McCain and Barry Goldwater, but according to David Horowitz, a popular conservative author and activist, it's still a stronghold of ""radical liberal ideologues."" At least in the universities.
For better or worse, the Internet has become a ubiquitous aspect of student life. As students turn more to the web for research, news and other information, one question worth asking is: What is the difference between good and bad information, and how can you tell which is which?
Anyone vexed by the UA's current information technology infrastructure can breathe a digital sigh of relief. University Information Technology Services is in the midst of the Mosaic Project, which will slowly replace a broad swath of outdated IT systems such as payroll and WebReg with new, better software.
When you buy a steak at the grocery store, you generally believe that what you're paying for really came from a cow. But for meat consumers in the West African nation of Cameroon, the odds aren't as good.
War may be an unavoidable element of human life, but researchers in the department of electrical and computer engineering are working on a program that aims to do battle against the institution of war itself, and maybe make it as obsolete as floppy disks or last year's iPod.
As the Somali civil war continues into its third year, some refugees now find themselves starting over in Tucson.
As students around campus gear up for spring break travel, many will consider Mexico as a destination, despite recent warnings from the Dean of Students Office. But, for students involved with Outdoor Adventures, that decision was made for them.
If you thought you learned everything you need to know about Kazakhstan from watching ""Borat,"" think again.