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Former UA graduate student claims he didn't know killing professor was wrong

The trial for alleged UA shooter Murad Dervish continued this week.

Police use tear gas to break up pro-Palestinian protest at UA

Riot gear clad officers broke up the encampment just after midnight.

Trial begins in UA professor Thomas Meixner murder

Former grad student Murad Dervish pled not guilty to 7 felony counts, including 1st degree murder.

Craig T. Nelson delivers commencement address to the UA graduating class of 2024.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The documentary "Fair Play" gives visibility to the unending work of new mothers; and explore the Brazilian martial art of capoeira.

Arizona law bars universities from boycotting Israel

A state law passed in 2016 prohibits the state and local governments from adopting investment policies that include boycotting Israel.

The Buzz: Protests at Arizona's universities

Clashes on campus have lead to arrests, changes in policy around on-campus gatherings.

Students protest at UA for the third day

Robbins defends law enforcement’s actions in a University-wide statement and announces UAPD will have a “zero tolerance approach” going forward.

Law enforcement storms encampment on University of Arizona campus

At least four arrests happened shortly after 2 am, and encampment pop-ups were torn down by law enforcement.

The documentary "The Happiest Country in the World: Finland" explores the reasons why.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: What "Bad Art Night" at the Arizona Science Center offers the creatively curious; "I Dream in Widescreen 2024" showcases a new class of film makers; and "Stories That Soar!" offers a 4th grader's perspective on "Self Love".

UA "Liberation Zone" encampment disbands after two police warnings

No arrests were made, but protestors said they would return the following day.

Gaza solidarity encampment starts on UA Campus

The encampment, dubbed the "UA Liberated Zone," joins dozens of similar demonstrations on college campuses nationwide.

University of Arizona men’s tennis team wins first ever Pac-12 Tournament Championship

The Wildcats took on the Stanford Cardinals in Ojai, California, in a match that ended 4-0.

One of the greatest: UA's unsung wheelchair basketball hero, Rudy Gallego

We meet Rudy Gallego, the man who started the University of Arizona's first adaptive sports team, wheelchair basketball.

Pac-12 players to watch as the conference gets ready to splinter across the country

The Pac-12 will splinter apart before fall camp starts, with all but two teams heading to new conferences.

UA releases budget cuts to academic units

The savings from the cuts are expected to rid the university of its deficit in the next fiscal year.

University of Arizona students join nationwide Pro-Palestine protests

Hundreds of students have been arrested across the country for campus demonstrations.

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