Arts and Culture

Law Makes Lemonade the Arizona State Drink

May 14, 2019 The bill faced unusual resistance for feel-good legislation.

Your Dog Can Recognize You. UA Researchers Want to Know How

May 13, 2019 Understanding the animal mind is a way for researchers to better understand human behavior.

Departing Students' Stuff Headed to Tucson Thrift Stores

May 10, 2019 The Salvation Army is getting the household items UA dorm dwellers leave behind.

UA Students Bridging Art and Medicine at Poetry Center

May 1, 2019 The course for medical students was designed around artwork and written experiences from patients, doctors and caregivers.

Navajo Nation Wins Appeal in Indian Child Welfare Act Case

Apr 24, 2019 The Arizona Court of Appeals decided the juvenile court did not meet the requirements of the act.

UA Architecture Grads Forecast Future Effects of Climate Change

Apr 12, 2019 The projects were honored for designing innovative solutions for San Francisco Bay area.

'Woman-Ochre' Going on First Public Display Since it Was Stolen in 1985

Mar 15, 2019 The painting, found in a house in New Mexico in 2017, is later headed for restoration at the Getty Museum in LA.

Linda Ronstadt Returns to Roots in Mexican Village

Feb 27, 2019 The musician says her Parkinson's disease may mean this is her last trip to the village where her grandfather was born.

Asian Lantern Festival Aims to Shine Light on Multiculturalism

Feb 26, 2019 The Reid Park Zoo is hosting the festival, which features some larger-than-life lanterns.

County Fires Up Debate Over New Tobacco Sales Measure

Feb 20, 2019 The ordinance would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco to 21, including vaping products.

UA Top 10 in Terms of Grads With Foreign-Language Degrees

Feb 18, 2019 The ranking looked at how many bachelor's degrees were granted by a given university.

'Roma' Film Spotlights Plight Of Mexico’s Domestic Workers

Jan 3, 2019 Labor advocates in Mexico are using the movie to push for improved conditions for real-life domestic workers.

Tumamoc Hill Path Closing to be Repaved

Jan 2, 2019 The January project to improve access for hikers and UA scientists is expected to close the hill for two weeks.

Controversial 4th Avenue Development Moving Forward With Neighborhood Involvement

Dec 31, 2018 Stakeholders and developers are fleshing out a community benefits agreement.

How Women See Men's Roles Shapes Family Expectations, Study Suggests

Dec 10, 2018 The results suggest young women take cues from their expectations about men's changing family roles.

No Joke, Researchers Try to Decode What Makes Words Funny

Dec 4, 2018 Nothing says "humor" like semantic predictors from a computational language model.

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