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Regents look toward 2020

Future state budget cuts and dwindling federal stimulus dollars were two key issues in the Arizona university system's ""2020"" Vision at the Arizona Board of Regents meeting held in the Student Union Memorial Center Thursday. Read more

UA dance students take charge of 'Season'

As much as the students in the UA School of Dance enjoy working with and learning from the faculty choreographers, it is always exciting to let their own artistic visions take the reigns and allow their creative juices to flow. Read more

Provost meets GPSC

In the midst of an ongoing campaign to discuss the UA transformation with a broad range of campus leaders, Provost Meredith Hay paid a visit last night to the graduate student governing body. Read more

New UA institute to host weekend conference

This weekend, renowned scientists from across the globe will meet at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, 7000 N. Resort Dr., for a conference titled ""Emerging and Persistent Infectious Diseases,"" hosted by the UA's new Institute on Science for Global Policy. Daily Wildcat reporter Adam Lehrer spoke with the institute's director, George Atkinson, to discuss the conference and the goals of the institute. Read more

Holy rollers: Old Main rocks stump students

In front of Old Main sit two granite boulders. With each over six feet tall, they're tough to overlook. After all, an enormous boulder with a spray-painted grid on it that's peppered with deeply drilled holes is hard to ignore. Read more

Genographic project traces human history

While reporting on The Genographic Project at the UA's Arizona Research Laboratories, Daily Wildcat reporter Carly Kennedy was given the opportunity to have her own family history traced through genome sequencing. Read more