University of Arizona at Tucson

No vacation in Hawaii

Aug 23rd, 2011

For Arizona volleyball, this week doubles as the first week of classes and competition. While the majority of students are concluding the week with imminent back-to-school parties on their minds, the volleyball team will be hard at work in Hawaii.

Degree Crisis: The destruction, dismantling of the college education

Aug 23rd, 2011

In one way or another, at some point in our lives, we have all been told that the high school diploma isn’t what it used to be. The chances are that if we hadn’t been told this, a vast majority of us wouldn’t be in college to begin with. The job market…

Track and field’s Barrett sets new personal best

Aug 23rd, 2011

Not only is Arizona high jumper Brigetta Barrett atop the college ranks in her event, but the junior from Duncanville, Texas is one of …

Tea Party blocks progress for all, even themselves

Aug 23rd, 2011

It’s no secret that the Tea Party we all hear so much about isn’t such a grand party after all. Many popular news outlets make the Tea Party seem like a stubborn group of Americans that try to derail the supposed bipartisan support that exists in Washi…

Pac-12 Enterprises names first president

Aug 23rd, 2011

The newly-created Pac-12 Enterprises company and – the umbrella that will include the television, digital and property arms of the conference and – announced Gary Stevenson as the first president yesterday, according to Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott.

UPDATED: Career Services to host job fair

Aug 23rd, 2011

If the end of summer means the end of your summer job, Career Services has just the event for you.

GPSC angry over presidential search snub

Aug 23rd, 2011

While the 23-member UA Presidential Search Committee includes regents, university administrators and ASUA President James Allen, it does not include a graduate or professional student.

Prof says parents misled on shots

Aug 23rd, 2011

Over the past 10 years, the number of Arizona parents who opted to not inoculate their child has doubled.

UA research looks to take sting out of scorpion venom

Aug 23rd, 2011

Bark scorpion stings used to mean breathing tubes, sedation and several-day stays in the intensive care unit for children brought to UMC.

Career Services to host job fair today

Aug 23rd, 2011

If the end of summer means the end of your summer job, Career Services has just the event for you.

Med school opens remodeled lounge

Aug 23rd, 2011

The College of Medicine revealed the renovations to its student lounge yesterday at a grand opening event attended by students and members of the college administration.

UAccess glitch hits 200 students

Aug 23rd, 2011

Tuition has steadily increased over the years, but for several students the price tag swelled dramatically overnight. Approximately 200 in-state students were temporarily reclassified as non-residents this summer because of a synchronization error with…

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