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Mark Candy, collections manager at the University of Arizona Mineral Museum, gives insight and history of the Mineral Museum.

UA Mineral Museum Receives Its Largest Donation Ever

The collection will help create database used for non-destructive sampling technology.

This week, Michael hosts a discussion on racial issues in the state and across the country. Former Tucson City Council member Charles Ford Jr, Chairman of the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board Jeff Lavender, University of Arizona's Mexican American Studies lecturer Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith and Executive Director of the YWCA Tucson Kelly Fryer discuss these issues and how we as a country can come together to put an end to racism and separation.

AZ Week: Moving Toward Tolerance; More Needed

In wake of Trayvon Martin: 'Some of us took it for granted that we were farther along than we really are.'

Native American Group Establishes Journalists' Hotline

Service to provide legal help to members of media who cover indigenous communities.

Ph.D. Assistant Professor at the Unniversity of Arizona's School of Natural Resources & the Environment Gregg Garfin, talks about Arizona's state-wide drought plan and explaining what our options are.

Climate Change Leading to Tree Infestations, Die-off

Higher temperature, lower precipitation weaken trees, leaving them vulnerable to insect attacks.

Genetic Testing Measures Risks, Offers Few Certainties

New gene-based tests and treatments provide patients with choices but no easy answers.

UA Old Main

Regents Ask Fraternities, Sororities About Campus Drinking

Letter to national headquarters asks what steps are being taken to curb abuses, ensure student safety.

Former Regent, Community Activist Capin Dies

Served as board president in 1982, 1991 and as member of UMC Board of Directors.

Kyla Macario, an expert from the UA Office of Instructional Assessment, talks about the impact of online education.

Online Education Expands

Tips on how to succeed in taking or teaching an online course.

UA to Begin Offering Online MBA Program in Fall

Professors, students must recognize, make adjustments to differences from in-person learning, they say.

If There's Extraterrestrial Life, How Did it Come About?

NASA awards $1.5M to UA scientist to try finding commonalities in life's evolution through study of algae.

How Men and Women Cooperate

Researcher says romantic couples experience cooperation differently

Dr. Charles Raison, a University of Arizona associate professor of psychiatry, discuses the lifelong health effects of childhood trauma, and how new findings are helping the scientific community understand, measure and address this impact.

Researcher: 'Sweat Lodge' Effect May Help Depression

'That type of intense heat makes people happier,' UA professor of psychiatry says of hyperthermia.

Supreme Court Wants Limited Affirmative Action

Justices do not overturn law, but order lower court to apply narrower definition in college admissions case.

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

AZ Illustrated Nature: Staying Cool in the Summer Heat

Learn about way to see nature indoors.

AZ Week: School Funding Better, More Needed

New budget 'very good for education,' one lawmaker says; 'doesn't make up for' $1B in cuts, says another.

What's in Arizona's $8.8B State Budget for 2013-14

Spending package increases K-12, child protective funding, brings 'structural deficit' under control in 2 years.

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