The UA’s new graduates celebrate in style with family and friends at the 152nd Commencement in Arizona Stadium.
An evolving job market awaits graduates, who will navigate unprecedented change in the needs of employers while setting their own priorities.
A new book, written by UA alumna Melissa Sevigny, tells the story of how the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory rose to prominence.
Vip Sitaraman came to the UA as a pre-med student and is leaving as an established entrepreneur for whom the future is limitless.
Many students from the Class of 2016 say they benefited from having the late Maria Teresa Velez as their champion.
As part of "Looking China," Kaylah Rasmussen will have two weeks to make a short documentary film in the Xiamin Province — and will be mostly on her own.
Students who surveyed low-income households in Tucson found that housing costs remain the biggest challenge and that barriers to the utilization of services include feeling uncomfortable receiving assistance and lack of transportation.
Even before the first horse in Arizona in seven years tested positive for rabies, a Cooperative Extension team was working on a document on disease prevention that is now available to the public.