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Updated January 26, 2021

Event explores healing power of music

This weekend a full lineup of musicians, guest speakers and community members will gather at the Edward B. Berger Performing Arts Center, 1200 W. Speedway Blvd., to experience music on a deeper level. Read more

Musicology Across Boundaries Conference

The Fred Fox School of Music is hosting its 2017 Graduate Student Music Conference, “Musicology Across Boundaries,” on Feb. 24 and 25. The conference, organized by a committee of eight graduate students and their adviser, will feature a keynote address, workshop and 14 presentations on musicology and related scholarship. Read more

Movies from 1987 celebrate dirty 30

The year 1987 produced an amazing lineup of films we know and love today. Familiar titles such as “Lethal Weapon,” “Fatal Attraction” and “Three Men and a Baby” are among some of the classic hits that were released 30 years ago.  Read more

Student swims to success with bathing suit line

College is an institution where you can broaden your horizons, find your muse and follow your passion with the knowledge needed to do so. Sara Turner, a junior majoring in Literacy, Learning and Leadership Education, discovered her “muse” through her interest in the swimwear industry. Read more

Rain fails to steal Tucson Rodeo's thunder

Each February, La Fiesta de los Vaqueros, commonly known as the Tucson Rodeo, rides into town and stirs up the spirit of the Southwest, lassoing in fans and competitors from all over the country. Saturday marked Tucson’s 92nd rodeo and began the nine-day festivities with fans arriving clad in rain gear and leather boots, undeterred by the rainy weather. Read more

The Loft Cinema hosts sing-a-long event for Prince, David Bowie and George Michael

In 2016, we lost many musicians. Among the losses were Bowie, who we lost Jan. 10, 2016, followed by Prince on Apri 21, 2016, and finally Michael Dec. 25, 2016. Fans all around the world mourned the losses of each. Just recently, Prince and Michael received tributes at the Grammys. In Tucson, The Loft Cinema, located at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd., decided to host its own tribute to these three men in the form of a sing-a-long on Saturday, Feb. 18. Read more

Wildcat Picks of the Week Feb. 19 - 25

Hey Wildcats. Are you in a slump where you can’t find anything to do? Do you find yourselves staring at your phones and reloading your Twitter feed for the millionth time? Here’s some stuff for you to check out this week. Read more