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Arts & Life

UA students and professor weigh in on movie adaptions of books

Some people may argue when a novel is made into a film it loses its original interpretation to something more relevant to the director or current societal norms. Other people argue that to make the film captivate various audiences it needs to be able to stand alone as its own creative work. Read more

March is for Arizona archaeology and heritage

March 1 signaled the beginning of Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month (AAHAM). Organized events ranging from archaeological demonstrations to backcountry tours of heritage sites are available for public participation during all of March throughout Arizona. Some activities require an RSPV and will have limited availability. Read more

Five shows to binge-watch over Spring Break

If a crazy spring break trip isn’t in your future and you’re stuck in Tucson for the week, don’t worry. Grab a cup of coffee (or three) and settle in for the best binge-watch of your life. Here are five shows you can spend days watching and forget who you are by the end of it. Read more

Wild west meets steampunk at Tucson convention

The Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention 6 at Old Tucson is said to be Arizona’s largest steampunk convention.The convention featured an array of activities, including concerts such as the Mission Creeps and Cog is Dead, who played Saturday night. Read more