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There’s nothing that can stop Jenny Herrera, a first-generation college student who has ambition down to a science.
As a high school exchange student, Alice discovered that moving from Italy to live in Nebraska was an eye-opening experience. Now a doctoral candidate, her work focuses on helping international students find connection and community through communication.
Rhiannon Olivarez-Kidwell is a Wildcat from California who plans to use medicine to give back to the community where she grew up.
Valeria Tapia, a first-gen Wildcat and Arizona native, plans for a future in the science of sound, fueled by her family roots.
Four Wildcats share their successes and struggles to help guide you on your path.
What can you get from Honors that you can’t get as a non-Honors student? As it turns out: A whole lot.
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Six key reasons students majoring in film and television choose the University of Arizona.
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There are three incredible state universities in Arizona – how do you know which is the best fit for you? Let us help!
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Arizona first-year student, Andrew, knows how important applied experiential learning opportunities like research are in developing technical skills.
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