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Arizona Supreme Court says no to electronic signature gathering for citizen petitions

The state’s highest court will not let citizen initiatives access the online system used by candidates.

UA expanding Global Campus program amid expected loss of international enrollment

The program has been adding partners since March, when the pandemic put a question mark on returning students.

Challenges facing educators during COVID-19 pandemic

A discussion with Tucson Education Association president Margaret Chaney.

Time away from school means uncertainty about students' return to classrooms

A discussion with UA College of Education assistant dean Francesca Lopez.

For students without internet access, the pandemic hits harder

As much of daily life goes online, the pandemic is shining a light on the digital divide for the 350,000 Arizona families without internet.

DUSTWUN - A film about life, death & trust on the U.S. / Mexico border.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How Imago Dei Middle School is building community with food; and - can a borderlands hotel that has survived a century endure the COVID-19 pandemic?

For students without internet access, the pandemic hits harder

As much of daily life goes online, the pandemic is shining a light on the digital divide for the 350,000 Arizona families without internet.

TUSD postpones in-person graduation ceremonies till June

The district will celebrate the original May graduation date, but it hopes students can come together for an in-person ceremony in June.

UA announces plans to hold in-person classes in the fall

President Robert Robbins says the transition "won't be easy."

PCC chancellor 'cautiously optimistic' as pandemic forces major pivot

A conversation with Chancellor Lee Lambert about how the college is faring and what the pandemic could mean for its future.

UA Pres. Robbins says economic impact of pandemic 'is dire'

The university anticipates a shortfall of at least $250 million, largely due to tuition losses.

UA president proposes furloughs, pay cuts for 16,000 employees

Robbins says he and senior vice presidents have already taken pay cuts.

Arizona Supreme Court considers tuition case

It will decide whether the state attorney general can sue the Arizona Board of Regents.

Talking about coronavirus with children and how to manage at-home learning

A UA behavioral health expert addresses parents' concerns during the outbreak.

Possible enrollment declines due to coronavirus could mean trouble for UA bottom line

Out-of-state and international students account for a large portion of the university's tuition revenue.

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