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Arts & Life

Stravinsky lives through UA dance and music

Igor Stravinsky is widely known as one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, and one of his revolutionary ballets is coming to Tucson to honor the 100 year anniversary of its creation. The UA School of Dance and Fred Fox School of Music are collaborating to perform “Les Noces,” a story of marriage told through dance and music. Read more

Review: ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ has Legos, Batman and plenty of laughs

As perpetually stressed out college students, we have to remember to occasionally take a break from the stress of life and get back in touch with our childhood roots. Some of us will remember our glorious childhood days spent building creations with Legos. Others may have spent their youth obsessing over superheroes, like Batman. Luckily for these two groups, there now exists the perfect way for Lego fans and Batman fans to relieve stress; making a trip to the movie theater to see “The Lego Batman Movie.” Read more

Check out these sales in Main Gate Square

It seems like everywhere you turn on University Boulevard another clothing store is having a sale. From the sale racks out front to the clearance section in the back, sales are one way to get college students into the store where they might even buy a full-price item or two along with their thrifty purchases. Read more

Students explore Objectivism with STRIVE club

Founded on Aug. 24, 2015, UA’s chapter of STRIVE is dedicated to helping UA students “develop into young people with a clear, first-handed purpose in their own lives,” according to the club’s Facebook page. The club’s website said they focus on helping students hone their leadership skills, develop a sense of meaning and help their writing get published. Read more