Students who needed to take time out from their studies are able to return, picking up where they left off.
The treasured Willem de Kooning painting, stolen in 1985 from the UA Museum of Art, has made its way back to campus.
First-year students at the Colleges of Medicine in Tucson and Phoenix put on the traditional garb and celebrate.
The summer storms bring more extreme wind and rain than in the past, according to UA-led research.
Because of improved technology and training, they’re making a comeback, and a UA professor of surgery is an advocate.
Those with higher tolerance for incivility are more likely to comment on political news stories, engage in online discussions, support candidates on social media and donate to campaigns.
Thanks to a global network of telescopes, astronomers have caught the fleeting explosion of a Type Ia supernova in unprecedented detail.
The Mining 360 Program has produced its first cohort of graduates, who benefited from executive training supplied by the UA Department of Mining and Geological Engineering.