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Shock to the system

Emotional distress sometimes occurs in tandem with physical pain, according to a recent study by a group of researchers at the UA. The group found that the area in the brain... Read more

Everyone has a story: Thomas Fleming

The Arizona Daily Wildcat's new weekly segment ""Everyone has a story"" aims to tell the story of an interesting person on the UA campus. This week, we've interviewed UA professor and associate astronomer Thomas Fleming who teaches the Astronomy 203 and Natural Sciences 102, The Physical Universe, courses. Read more

Tucson offers sex health variety

More than 2,000 women between the ages of 18 and 24 became pregnant in 2005, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of that number, 521 chose to abort, 1,321 gave birth and 293 experienced fetal losses. Read more

Tuition may go up by more than $2K

UA President Robert Shelton sent a proposal to the Arizona Board of Regents on Friday to raise tuition for the 2010-11 academic year. If the increase passes, in-state undergraduate and graduate tuition would increase by $1,450, to $7,224 and $8,014 respectively. Read more

Rec Fest rocks

Day two of the Student Recreation Center's grand opening Rec Fest, was in full swing Tuesday, with events, prizes and food. Read more

Signatures soaring

Arizona Public Interests Research Group (or PIRG) successfully reached its second-day goal of 2,000 signatures on Tuesday, in order to get on the ASUA ballot for funding. PIRG needs 4,000 signatures by the end of the week to get on the ballot. Read more

Former Miss America visits UA

Kirsten Haglund, the 2008 Miss America, encouraged UA students to love their bodies and accept that they can't please everyone. Students piled into the MAC gym in the Student Recreation Center to hear Haglund's message Monday night. Read more