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Steward Observatory Turns 100

This year, the iconic Steward Observatory dome on the University of Arizona campus celebrated its 100th birthday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorating its original dedication in 1923.

The Buzz: What to expect when OSIRIS-REx returns to Earth

The seven-year mission to harvest samples of an asteroid is months from completion, and scientists are ready for the next step.

Appeals court sends UA harassment claim back to trial court

The three-judge panel found that Title IX bars sexual harassment on the basis of perceived sexual orientation.

Ponderosa Pine at risk due to megadrought

New research shows that the species is facing higher mortality rates due to the drought.

UA shooting suspect looks for insanity defense

A court order is now forcing the University of Arizona to release suspect Murad Dervish's emails after defense requests it.

UA College of Applied Sci & Tech moves to SV's West End

The new location will be off of Garden Ave. in Sierra Vista

UA VP of research and innovation out, pursues new role at Utah State University

Elizabeth Cantwell oversaw an $825 million annual research portfolio.

Patrick Robles for the People

As University of Arizona’s graduation commences, an important figure leaves behind a changed university.

The Buzz previews AZPM's newest podcast

More Than a Game takes listeners beyond the scores and tells the stories behind sports.

UA at Sierra Vista

The University of Arizona’s College of Applied Science & Technology (CAST) is the primary department centered at the UA extension campus in Sierra Vista, AZ.

University of Arizona Museum of Art gives high school artists a chance to share, with "Our Stories".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tony Paniagua talks with a first-time German visitor to the United States; and "Pooh" returns to the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre.

UA develops mobile crisis unit, other efforts to address campus safety and security concerns.

The announcement was made during Friday's campus safety briefing.

Pati Jinich explores the food - and stories - of the borderlands.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The 6th annual Arizona Palooza is a free event supporting better mental health; Student directors discuss their short films for "I Dream in Widescreen 2023"; and "Stories That Soar!" features our youngest author yet.

Four-person crew released from sealed habitat after week long journey

The crew studied what it would be like to live and work on another planet inside a pressurized habitat.

UA police chief and provost step down

University President Dr. Robert Robbins made the announcement to the campus community on Monday morning.

UA professor maps Tucson's racist covenants

Professor Jason Jurjevich joined city employees Friday afternoon to discuss the project.

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