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UA might expand to Chandler

After a several years of discussions between President Robert Shelton and the City of Chandler, the UA might offer classes in Chandler as soon as this fall. Read more

Streetcar's funding complete

The final piece of the puzzle for a streetcar linking the UA campus to downtown Tucson fell into place Thursday when Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced $63 million in federal stimulus money to help fund the project. Read more

Foundation eases Tucson families' grief

The death of a newborn is a tragic event, and the Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep foundation works with Tucson Medical Center, University Medical Center and others to provide comfort during one of the worst moments in a parent's life. Read more

Hasseling the 'Hoff'

People ignored the cliché and ""hassled the Hoff,"" Wednesday morning. David Hasselhoff, the star of such shows as ""Baywatch"" and ""Knight Rider"" was on campus to speak to a UA class and film a new reality TV show. Read more

UA might expand to Chandler

After a several years of discussions between President Robert Shelton and the City of Chandler, the UA might offer classes in Chandler as soon as this fall. Read more

Students pay more in fall 2010

Next semester could prove more expensive for students, but Associated Students of the University of Arizona President Chris Nagata hopes to have a hand in making it less so. Read more

Family Weekend gets new director

A new appointment, funding requests, a proposed resolution and a special presentation from Associated Students of the University of Arizona President Chris Nagata are scheduled for this week's meeting, according to Emily Fritze, ASUA executive vice president. Read more

Brother Jed's family speaks out

Martha Smock is graduating from high school this year. When she finishes homeschooling, she would like to join her father, known as controversial campus preacher Brother Jed Smock, on his campus visits. Read more