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Arizona punches CWS ticket with 16-3 romp over Mississippi

Wildcats pound out 20 hits in rubber game of the series

The Continuum of Chella Man.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: the current Tucson Museum of Art exhibition "4 x 4" celebrates Nasfarian Lotfi; and "Archive Tucson" shares the story of a family who resettled in Tucson in 1948.

NASA turns its attention to Venus

The space agency aims to send two new spacecraft to Earth's nearest planetary neighbor.

Arizona's Candrea retiring after 36 years, 8 national titles

Softball coach is retiring after winning eight national championships and amassing more wins than any coach in college softball history

Florida State rallies to eliminate Arizona at Women's CWS

Wildcats lose close game to end their season

Slow summer of adjustment expected for COVID-aware citizens

The Memorial Day weekend is the first test for many who are ditching their masks.

Duo Chinoiserie and the best of many musical worlds.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The largely forgotten history of Tucson's first city zoo; and a reading from "Grow: A Novel in Verse" about friendship between a woman and a girl.

UA athletics prepares for 'somewhat normal academic year'

Though, the university says it will take a few years for athletic scholarships and demand to even out.

Susan Miner on finding acceptance and growth in times of difficult transition.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The NPR Student Podcast Challenge continues; and "Stories That Soar!" celebrates the boundless creativity of youth during a difficult year.

Scientists rethinking volcanic theories on Mars

They are investigating evidence that the Red Planet could still be geologically active.

Exploring new horizons with "I Dream in Widescreen 2021".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet two Tucsonans who took unconventional journeys to find healing; and The NPR Podcast Challenge seeks the voices of tomorrow.

New Asian Pacific American studies minor added to UA studies

It offers students a wider range of research into the history and culture of the region.

The vision of Sama Alshaibi.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Two American Muslim teens share the practice and meaning of Ramadan; and a mother and son talk about applying positive autism strategies during the pandemic.

UA shifts all COVID-19 vaccines indoors

The vaccine pod is expected to close by the end of June.

Body-positive initiative grows at UA

The program is responding to increasing issues of self-esteem during the pandemic.

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