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Documentary follows stories of the undocumented

Dilan Pedraza, a middle school teacher in California, came to the United States when he was two months old. Pedraza hadn’t seen his father in 14 years. James and John Sena, 22-year-old twins, dreamed of being in the U.S. military, but their DACA status and changes to a military program stood in the way of them serving their country.  Rossy was completing graduate school at the University of Houston with a PhD in linguistics, but she wasn’t allowed to share her special moment with her mom.  Each of these stories are explored in the film, “Waking Dream.” DocScapes film series will be showing “Waking Dream” at the University of Arizona Gallagher Theater on Nov. 20, making it the film’s first time premiering in Arizona.  Read more

UA Eller student brings Mexican culture to life with new business

Alexa Rodriguez is a full-time student at the University of Arizona, has a full-time job and runs her own business — a business making a difference. In March 2019, Rodriguez started Adela Artisan Made, through which she sells products inspired by traditional Mexican culture — dresses, purses and jewelry — which are handmade by local artisans from Guadalajara, Mexico. Read more

Can Arizona football make a bowl game this season?

With only two games remaining in the 2019 football season, Arizona football has to win both in order to make a bowl game.  Football beat reporters, Jack Cooper, Amit Syal and Austin Wales predict what they think will happen in the final two games against Utah and ASU. 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

Arizona men's basketball continues to dominate in the early season

Defense led the way in Arizona men's basketball's 83-53 trouncing of New Mexico State on Sunday afternoon at the McKale Center. Earlier this week, Sean Miller said New Mexico State “will be one of the most difficult games we play all season.” Even though the Aggies were missing key pieces of their team due to injury, they won 30 games a year ago and almost knocked Auburn out of the NCAA tournament. Miller knew from the start that this game could be tough. Read more

Arizona football’s bowl game chances come down to last two games after loss to Oregon

This evening, Arizona football (4-6, 2-5 Pac-12) dropped its fifth consecutive game of the season on the road at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore. to the Ducks by a final score of 6-34. Arizona football was in a tough situation heading into this weekend. With only three games remaining in the season, the Wildcats needed to win at least two of them to make a bowl game. The fact that the Wildcats took on the No. 6 Ducks on the road at Autzen Stadium was just added stress to an already tough spot to be in. Read more

Arizona football looks to snap losing streak against Oregon

Arizona football (4-5, 2-4) hits the road this weekend and travels to Eugene, Ore. to take on the No. 6 Oregon Ducks after dropping its past four games of the season. The Wildcats are coming off a 38-56 loss at home during Homecoming Weekend to the Oregon State Beavers on Nov. 2 and a bye week soon after. Read more