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Arts & Life

Weekly Wildcat playlist: Semester's end

Wildcats, we are a hairsbreadth away from the semester’s end. Many of us are ready to drop and call it quits, but remember to summon one last burst of energy and willpower and you’ll come out feeling successful. Read more

The Loft to host Sci-Fli Slumber Party event

Alternate realities, evil aliens, crime fighting cyborgs and post-apocalyptic wastelands. These themes are just a few that will drive the films featured at The Loft Cinema's third annual Sci-Fi Slumber Party! this Saturday, April 29, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Read more

What's new to Netflix in May

Netflix continues its now undeniably impressive plethora of original series, and this month we will get brand new seasons from some of Netflix’s best and most popular shows. It will become tough to leave the screen this month. Read more

Super Cool News: How to survive the Tucson summer heat

You may have noticed that the outside temperature has begun to warm up considerably during the past few weeks, and this trend will continue until not too long from now when Tucson will become nothing but an apocalyptic summer wasteland running rampant with 105-degree heat. Read more

'I Dream in Widescreen' spotlights student films

Some college seniors write thesis papers; others assemble a portfolio or complete a research project. Each major has some sort of senior capstone that requires students to utilize the skills they’ve learned over their past four years, and for those completing their Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in film and television, that capstone takes the form of a short film. Read more

UA museum highlights pharmacy history

UA’s Pharmacy Museum at the UA College of Pharmacy officially opened in 1966 and still, after recently celebrating its 50th year of running, continues to receive recognition as a prized museum for pharmacy artifacts and history. Read more

Movies from recent past celebrate five years

Five years ago, movie theaters were full of cinematic, modern-day classics that have become audience favorites. We were presented with the action-packed superhero film “The Avengers” and stories of breaking and healing in “Silver Linings Playbook.” With summer around the corner, look no further for films to watch or re-watch to celebrate the semester’s close. Read more

UA Dance talent showcase their experiences on stage

The University of Arizona's dance school is one of the top in the nation and has expanded in students and talent throughout the years. From April 20 to 29, students dancers and choreographers are showcasing their talents on stage at the Stevie Eller Dance Theatre. Read more