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Arts & Life

Flavour of Malaysia brings culture to campus

There are 196 countries in the world. Each has a culture of its own, made up of music, art, clothing, traditions and food of the people who call that country home. Tucson has a more diverse selection of cultures than many cities in the United States, boasting restaurants and shops from all over the world, but not all cultures are celebrated as widely or often. Bring on the Flavours of Malaysia. Read more

Dance ‘Spring Collection’ highlights motions of life

The school of dance at the UA is one of the top in the nation and has been developing an international name for itself thanks to the talent of both its students and faculty. This year’s “Spring Collection” showcase will close out the 2016-17 season with a variety of performances, displaying what the UA School of Dance is all about. Read more

Unlock your spending options off campus with CatCash

CatCash is commonly used by freshmen to finish laundry, but this service goes above and beyond dirty clothes. In a bind while parking? CatCash is accepted as currency at the teller station. Need a quick tan before summer? Beach Bunny Tanning on Park Ave. accepts CatCash. With over 100 places to use CatCash, many students are still unaware of the many retailers that accept it.  Read more

Gallagher Theater brings movies to campus

Wildcats, we have a venue for one of America’s favorite pastimes right under our noses. Most of us pass by it each day. The Gallagher Theater is located conveniently within the food court in the Student Union Memorial Center; its posters outline both current and upcoming showings of a variety of films, and on movie nights, the unmistakable scent of popcorn lingers in the air from the box office. Read more

UA community garden paints cistern

Students for Sustainability hosted an event in the UA Community Garden on Saturday to paint a mural on the side of the garden’s rainwater cistern and to come together as a community. Read more