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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

PCC Forms Community Committee to Seek Chancellor

Group includes college employees, members of public

University of Arizona Poetry Center sponsors solar poetry contest

Building a Home for Readers, Writers, Words

UA Poetry Center Director Gail Browne steps down

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Libyan Embassy Attack: 'Irresponsible Use of Free Speech'

UA Professor of Middle Eastern Studies weighs in on events in Libya

Krystin Sorich, a volunteer at a Spay/Neuter Clinic in Mexico, where volunteers are trying to do what they can to reduce the number of unwanted animals.

Helping Animals South of Border

Tucson volunteers participate in spay, neuter clinic in Mexico

Students gather at the completion of their education.

University High Wins Arizona Cup

Annual award goes to highest performing graduates in UA's freshman class

African American Student Affairs Hosts Open House

A night of activities and networking bring students to the MLK Jr. Student Center

Christina-Taylor Green's Family Backs 9/11 Project

Goal: Educate children in AZ, NY middle schools about terrorist attacks

Kevin Mattocks president of Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 53 talks about helping local Teachers.

Oro Valley Police Support Schools

Shopping with teachers gives back to community

Jo Anne Vasquez vp and program director, Helios Education Foundation talks about the STEM Initiative.

Focusing on Education for 21st Century Jobs

Cooperative effort tries to increase success for students

Teachers' Voices with Bob and Sue Reavis

Married educators who say they have teaching in their blood reflect on the changes they've seen over almost four decades in the classroom.

Tucson School Receives National Academic Award

Secretary of education recognize 3 AZ schools in Blue Ribbon Schools Awards

AZ Worst for Education Cuts, Report Says

State has reduced funding by 21.8% in 4 years, down $800 per student

William H. Woodin is the Director Emeritus of Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. he talks about the the museums 60th year.

Desert Museum: 60 Years Young

Unique idea celebrates diamond anniversary in Tucson

Do to the change in testing students, success emerged in the Vail School District as they are now the top-rated, multi-school district in the State of Arizona according to the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).

U.S.-AZ Settle English Learners Case

Years-long case assures proper language instruction, state official says

PCC Staff Weigh In On Chancellor Search

A consulting firm begins gathering information on who the community college's next leader should be

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