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Teenage Parent High School of Tucson partners with UA Greek Life for “Formula Drive”

Students entering through the front doors of Teenage Parent High School, walking with both a backpack and a baby in tow, can expect to hear the sound of wailing infants and young mothers trying to hush them on the other side of the door. This is just another morning for the  pregnant and parenting high school students of Teenage Parent High School, or TAP, in the Tucson Unified School District.  Read more

Police Beat 11/20/2019: Edgar Allen Go Away

While he nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, as if some masked man gently rapping, rapping at his dorm room door. “’Tis that visitor,” he muttered, “tapping at my dorm room door. Only him ⁠— again ⁠— and nothing more.” Read more

Alpha Epsilon Pi loses recognition

The University of Arizona has removed recognition of the fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi as of Nov. 12. The fraternity had been under investigation for hazing since September, according to a UA News release. Before that, Alpha Epsilon Pi was under university probation for alcohol-related events for violations of the fraternity code of conduct. Read more

Alpha Epsilon Phi to host philanthropic Phi Fair

The sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi will be hosting its first ever Phi Fair on Nov. 15 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m on the University of Arizona Mall. The fair will have a number of games, food and events planned for people across campus to attend. All the proceeds will go towards Sharsheret, an organization dedicated to breast and ovarian cancer research and awareness.  Read more

Graduate student's research challenges understanding of cellular sleep

Kotaro Fujimaki, a graduate student of molecular and cellular biology at the University of Arizona, challenged science’s understanding of the relationship between cellular sleep and the irreversible, coma-like state of senescence, which can impair tissue function and contribute to aging, in a recent publication in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  Read more