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Q&A: Vanessa Buch discusses UA Innocence Project

The University of Arizona College of Law’s Wrongful Conviction Clinic was recently accepted as member of the Innocence Network and has changed its name to the UA Innocence Project. The Daily Wildcat spoke with Vanessa Buch, the director of the UA Innocence Project, about the work that the clinic has done and the acceptance into the Innocence Network. Read more

Camp Wellness, WDP sign new contract with Banner Health Plan

Just as important as our physical health and well-being is, mental health is usually a more sensitive subject and is therefore seldom brought up during conversations. Tackling this issue, the University of Arizona Camp Wellness and Workforce Development Program (WDP) signed a new contract with Banner University Family Care/AHCCCS Complete Care in June. Read more

Lacy Johnson discusses activism, womanhood at book reading

Activist and author Lacy M. Johnson read a chapter from her book, “The Reckonings,” and had a Q&A session on Tuesday evening at the Fred Fox School of Music. The event was hosted by the University of Arizona's Consortium for Gender-Based Violence and the Department of English. Read more

When in doubt, sing it out with the UA Faculty/Staff Choir

Faculty, staff and graduate students overwhelmed with work and in need of a break or an outlet can turn to the University of Arizona Faculty/Staff Choir. UA’s Faculty and Staff Choir is a volunteer organization that started in 1990 where faculty, staff, graduate students and retired affiliates can sing and perform as one group. Read more

Scammers targeting UA students, officials say

Students at the University of Arizona have recently been spammed with an influx of scams coming through their university email addresses. These scams have fooled many students, causing them to lose up to thousands of dollars.  Read more

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