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Marcos Esparza, a graduate student, faces the crowd to give a speech on Feb. 5 in front of the Administration building. United Campus Workers Arizona protested staff and faculty layoffs amidst the financial crisis.
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs condemns ABOR: 'Enough needs to be enough'
Sam Parker February 26, 2024
Meet Caitlin Hogan: The architect of Arizona women’s hockey
Meet Caitlin Hogan: The architect of Arizona women’s hockey
Kyle Kersey February 26, 2024
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“Madame Web” presents a unique take on the Spider-Verse. Characters such as Julia Cornwall, Mattie Franklin and Anya Corazon make their live-action debut.
REVIEW: ‘Madame Web’ finds a place in Spider-hero universe
AJ “Stash” Castillo February 28, 2024
Barbie Movie Reception. by Carrie Dorean/Creative Commons (CC BY 2.0)
OPINION: The academy wrongfully snubbed the women of 'Barbie'
Annabel Lecky February 28, 2024
The Arizona men’s basketball starters huddle before their game against Cal on Feb. 1 in McKale Center. By halftime, they had a 48-28 lead over the Golden Bears.
No. 6 Arizona MBB returns home to face Oregon
Melisa Guzeloglu March 1, 2024
Panelists (from left to right): Dawn Hunziker, Jackson Grove, Darcy Van Patten, Bryan Carter, Emily Jo Schwaller and Greg Heileman discuss AIs role in UA classrooms. (Courtesy Stephanie Doster)
Accommodating artificial intelligence: How AI fits into UA classrooms
Sam Parker, Arizona Sonoran News February 16, 2024
A man cooks food at a popular local restaurant, Ali Madra, in Baab Al-Kabir, the oldest area of the city of Taiz, Yemen on Feb. 16, 2023. The wood-fired food consists of beans with garlic and spices, along with a type of bread called khameer. It is prepared in a traditional Yemeni way that gives it a delicious taste and unique smell.
Al Jisr Collective Photo Gallery – Spring 2023
Al Jisr | The Bridge June 27, 2023
UA a capella group Amplified celebrated after placing second overall at the ICCA Southwest Quarterfinals Feb. 3. Amplified was one of four UA groups at the competition. Courtesy Kelly Mannenbach.
UA a cappella groups excel at regional competition
UA teams boasted two top-three finishes and an award for outstanding choreography
Sam Parker, Arizona Sonoran News February 22, 2024
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