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Arizona Broadcasters Assoc. Recognizes Tucson Radio, TV Personality

Ray Lindstrom is inducted into group's Hall of Fame after a long, successful career in field.

Study Evaluates Young Native Adults' Connection to Tribal Lands

UA researchers seek input from those who live off-reservations, maintain traditions, relationship with origin.

Archaelogists Unearth Ancient Hopi Ruins

Researches hope to learn more about some of the Southwest's earliest inhabitants.

We learn about Arizona's rich geological history with Senior Geologist at the Arizona Geological Survey, Jon Spencer, Ph.D.

AZ Landscape As Old As 30 Million Years, Geologist Says

The geology of Arizona has changed dramatically over time; state geologist discusses details.

Doc Explores '60s Activism Through Family Experience

"It's a film about the tragedy of idealism," says director of Tatanka, one of the films featured at the Loft Film Festival.

New Study: Warfare May Not Be Part of Human Nature

An adjunct research scientists at the UA led investigation, says group-on-group violence is relatively new.

San Xavier del Bac

Buildings That Changed Tucson, 1783 to 2002

Tucson architect explains why four buildings encapsulate area's history

Here we have the exterior of Biosphere 2 which is illuminated by a beautiful, golden sunlight.

Focusing on Planet Earth

Biosphere 2, annual Earth Day raising awareness

Example of Southwest pottery

State Museum Names Director

Patrick Lyons, elevated from associate position

An 1800 year old Giant Sequoia cross-section is moved into its new home at the UA Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building.

Slice of History Finds New Home

Giant sequoia segment makes slow, careful move to new building on UA campus

We spoke with representatives from the Arizona State Museum to discuss and view some of the quilts made by artists of the Hopi Nation.

Hopi Heritage in Tucson

Colorful quilts part of history, culture

Britain Eakin, graduate student of Journalism and Middle Eastern Studies, talks about her trip to Egypt to work as a reporter during and after the country's elections.

Free Press Emerges in Egypt, UA Journalist Finds

Grad student's summer in Cairo makes her witness to history

Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamante, PhD, an assistant professor at UA's School of Journalism and Center for Latin American Studies speaks about a book she recently co-edited.

Decades-Old Immigration Debate Renewed

Battle over immigration- legal and not- has long history in Arizona

Citizens of Tucson gather to remember victims and heroes of 9-11.

Tucsonans Remember 9/11

Events mark 11th anniversary of terrorist attacks

What is a "savage"? Robert A. Williams, a professor of law at the University of Arizona, talks about his new book called "Savage Anxieties".

Author Examines 'Savage Anxieties'

UA law professor's new book explores how political and social powers have used the label "savage"

Kathleen La Rose, Deputy Director of Athletics at UA and Lacey Johns, former UA athlete, and Olympic Silver Medalist discuss the 40th anniversary of Title IX.

Helping Women Achieve Greatness

Title IX celebrates 40 years allowing equal access to sports competition

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