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Tucson Chavez March Moved After Limits Imposed

Organizers claim TUSD censorship; district says nothing was 'designed to censor'

Student Club Promotes Diversity with Bilingual Conference

Arizona Model United Nations welcomed nearly 400 high school students to their 50th Annual High School Conference.

Students Speak Out On Tuition Hikes Before Fees Are Set

Many ask for tuition freeze to apply to all students, not just undergraduates

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SAT Exams Tighten Security After Cheating

Photo ID requirements made stricter after students paid for test takers

Teacher Day at University of Arizona

Teacher Day at UA is expanding on the mall of the University of Arizona! Saturday, April 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the University of Arizona.

TUSD's Mexican American Studies Program has officially been shut down and books related to the curriculum have been removed from classrooms as well. A Latino literary organization based in Houston Texas organized a caravan of authors and activists to deliver a supply of books in question to students and teachers. When Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal ruled that TUSD Mexican American Studies classes violated state law, libraries from 11 schools requested the books and district spokeswoman Cara Rene now says there are 112 copies of these books throughout the district.

Caravan Brings Back 'Banned' Books

'Librotraficantes' travel to Tucson with books once taught in now-disallowed Mexican American Studies classes

University of Arizona's President Eugene Sander explains the UA's requested budget for next year including a specific request that the Legislature consider funding for the UA Medical School in Phoenix.

UA President Seeks No In-State Tuition Rise

Switch from earlier request for 3% increase; regents will decide next week

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Geology Graduate Program At UA Best In Nation, Report Says

U.S. News & World Report gives 10 other UA programs high ranks

Louis Carrion updates us on the Ethnic Studies debate.

Judge Hears Challenge to Mexican American Studies Ban

TUSD students seek overturn of state law; Horne argues for it

The Islamic Center of Tucson's Weekend School serves nearly 200 Muslim children, helping the city's Muslim children develop a strong character and Islamic identity, and reaching out in humanitarian efforts.

Islamic School: Loyalty to Religion, Country

No conflict between U.S. values 'and what we’re taught as Muslims,' educator says

UA College of Nursing Creates Exercise for Cancer Survivors

The UA College of Nursing created an exercise class for cancer survivors through their online resource center.

PCC Interim Chancellor Won't Seek Permanent Position

Suzanne Miles says she won't apply, and also wants her pay reduced by $91,000

Pima College Tuition Rises 8.5% for 2012-13

Board approves $5 per-credit-hour increase for Arizona residents

Early Exposure to Adiposity/Obesity and the Role in Cancer Risk

2012 Research Frontiers in Nutritional Science Conference, "The Obesogenic Environment: Behavior, Biology, and Policy"

Pima College Turnover Runs High

Former employees say Chancellor Flores' leadership partly to blame

Dina Jadallah, a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, and Karim El-Saharty, a UA Student from Cairo, discuss how the ongoing revolutions and regime changes in the Middle East impact the United States.

Arab Spring Watched Closely From Tucson

Engaged UA students address Middle East revolutions, uprisings

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