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What to expect for November's AZ Board of Regents meeting

The public session will begin Thursday, Nov. 16.

UA President addresses financial crisis saying they "overinvested"

President Robert Robbins' email came after the University of Arizona garnered criticism over its financial status.

"Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How teachers are dealing with AI in classrooms; and a story of survival in plain sight from Children of the Holocaust.

UA gets a new threat assessment director

Dr. Jessie Semmann assumed her new role shortly before the one year mark of last year's deadly on campus shooting.

AZ Board of Regents considers new tuition model for UA

Their final decision will be made later this month on Nov. 16.

UA leadership: "Our financial health is fragile"

The University of Arizona has implemented a 2% budget cut and started hiring freezes.

Pro-Palestine protest canceled following UA President statement

The protest organized by the Students for Justice in Palestine was one of many that were supposed to take place today.

The Buzz: one year after UA's deadly on-campus shooting

As the community comes together to remember UA professor Dr. Thomas Meixner, we check in with university employees to see how they are doing one year later.

UA resolving $9 million claim from family of slain professor

The new step forward comes on the anniversary of professor Thomas Meixner's death.

UA faculty committee demands action against threats to nursing faculty and curriculum

The report comes after curriculum from the College of Nursing garnered criticism online.

HUD awards $3 million for new housing research center at UA

The Arizona Research Center for Housing Equity and Sustainability will be co-located at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University.

New emails reveal harassment UA faculty received from suspect

Warning: the following article depicts language that may be harmful to some.

Appeals court: UA liable for off campus sexual harassment

The Monday ruling reversed a lower court's decision.

1,200 University of Phoenix students to get debt relief

$37 million will erase student loan balances.

Police records detail April threat at UA law school

UA officials say there is currently no known threat to the University community related to this incident.

UA launches standalone iSchool, first in the state

The program started in 2015 as a part of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Now it is on its own.

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