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Risa Williams, a police officer with the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control, speaks with Patrick Kelley (L) about underage drinking. Kelley expressed gratitude to Williams for spreading the word about underage drinking during the Spring Break Safety Fair on March 5, 2015.
Phone and utility bills are two of the small costs associated with college. Many companies offer student discounts for their products and services.
Eric Magrane, a research assistant at the UA’s Institute of the Environment, and Miss Marple, a ringtail and the state mammal, will participate in a reading of his poetic works at Antigone Books on Friday. Magrane said he enjoys creating poetry that focuses on the environment as a way to inform people; a Q&A session will take place after Magrane’s reading.
Fernanda Quintanilla, vice president of Christians United for Israel, listens to Kasim Hafeez speak on behalf of Muslim Zionists in the Hillel Center on Wednesday. Hafeez spoke about his former anti-Semitic beliefs to the crowd and explained why he identifies as a Muslim Zionist.
Muslim Zionist Kasim Hafeez speaks at an event held by Christians United for Israel at the Hillel Center on Wednesday. He talked about how he once held anti-Semitic judgements.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house on Monday. Due to a violation of the Student Code of Conduct, the fraternity has been suspended until further notice and is under investigation.
Bag Some Cash, an event sponsored by Plato's Closet, offers students a chance to trade a bag of their gently used clothing for cash on the UA Mall from Tuesday to Thursday. A large bag of clothes can be traded in for $20, and a smaller bag can be traded in for $10.
High schools participating in the Racing the Sun competition on Musselman Honda Circuit on Saturday. The goal of the competition is to engage students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through firsthand experience.
Kirby Dick, director of "The Hunting Ground," holds a Q&A session after the film's screening at The Loft Cinema on Saturday. Audience members asked questions regarding Dick’s choice in victims' stories and universities highlighted. Dick questioned the audience on the UA’s reporting of sexual assaults.