LQP Asks: How can you tell autumn has arrived at the University of Arizona?
In other parts of the country, autumn's arrival is signaled by leaves turning red, orange and yellow and T-shirts and flip-flops giving way to sweaters and scarves. But at the University of Arizona, detecting the change of season can be a little tricky. With a landscape of mostly native trees, plants and cactus, our campus doesn't offer many color-changing leaves. And overcoats generally aren't necessary even in the heart of winter. But there are subtle clues, such as shorter days and elusive parking spaces. We wanted to know how people on campus know that fall is here. So this week, we asked, "How can you tell autumn has arrived at the University of Arizona?" read more »