News

Human rights violations

UA administrators are resisting a recommendation by UA students to terminate the university's contract with the Motorola Corporation. Students say the company is complicit in human rights violations because of contracts they have with the Israeli government, which is militarily occupying Palestinian lands. Read more

Step Up! branches out

If you ever witnessed a situation where you wanted to help but didn't have the ability or confidence to intervene, Step Up! is an on-campus way to learn. Read more

"Students use laptops, ILC"

Whether for convenience, software or just plain laziness, computer labs all over campus, such as the Manuel T. Pacheco Integrated Learning Center, are still frequented by students, despite the rise in the number of students who own laptops. Read more

Animal lab gets $15m

The UA received $15 million from the National Institutes of Health to finance an animal research facility at the UA's biomedical campus in Phoenix. Read more

Photo drawings show innovation

The ArtsEye Gallery will be holding a reception for ""A Fortunate Life,"" a photography exhibit composed of select pieces from the lifework of Harold H. Jones, on Feb. 13 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Read more