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Total (8/2)
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Updated October 16, 2021

ART IS ACTIVISM: Documenting history with local artist Robbie Lee Harris

The decay of a work’s relevancy is a common fear amongst modern-day creatives. After all, it’s the buzz that fuels longevity, at least in the popular sense. Our third and final artist of the mini-series, however, hopes that his work is left as a blip in our socio-political timeline. Robbie Lee Harris said  that his “[U]ltimate goal is that we get to a place where my mural doesn’t make sense.”   Read more

The power of listening: Three perspectives from the deaf community

According to the World Health Organization, 466 million people in the world live with deafness, more than 5% of the world’s population. A consequence of being a minority is often they are misrepresented in the mainstream. What the deaf want to make clear, however, is that they are unashamed of who they are.  Read more

Students plans for the fast approaching Winter Break

 The fall 2020 semester at the University of Arizona was vastly different than those in the past. With classes being predominantly virtual and many events having been held remotely, student experiences across campus varied in many ways. The same variety can be said for the upcoming winter recess.   Read more