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An update on the sample return mission of the OSIRIS REx Asteroid.

Work Begins for 15-Year Study of Asteroid

OSIRIS-REx team starts biggest science project ever at UA; cost: $800M

What Does It Mean to be Post-9/11?

Politics, War, and Security

The UA, in collaboration with Pima County, plans to develop the Roy Place Building.

UA Makes Move to Downtown

Historic Roy Place Building to serve as "urban laboratory"

History, Culture and Politics

The Setting for 9/11

During the past 20 years, there has been a dramatic increase in obesity in the United States and rates remain high. Pima County has received a 16 million dollar grant to fight obesity among the population, but experts say there is still a lot of work to be done.

UA Researchers, Clinicians Fight Childhood Obesity

Efforts underway to diminish costly epidemic that now afflicts 17% of all U.S. children

Changes and Challenges

Border Security Post-9/11

Caitlin Harrington talks to Melanie Colaviito a UA Grad-Student Utilitycycling.org and Michael McKisson - Publisher/Editor tucsonvelo.com.

UA 9th Most Bicycle-Friendly Campus

Bike enthusiasts and entrepreneurs explain the University of Arizona's unique cycling culture

UA Boasts 'Largest, Smartest and Most Diverse Freshman Class'

University continues to see a rise in enrollment, attracting an intelligent and diverse population.

Construction On New UA Scoreboard Nearly Complete

Three-month project snarls traffic, as workers build one of the largest scoreboards in the NCAA

Researchers Probe Dramatic Drop In Vaccinations

Arizona parents choosing not to vaccinate their children has doubled in a single decade

Caitlin Harrington interviews UA Career Services Special Events Senior Coordinator and Director about upcoming employment/career fairs.

Student Employment Fair Scheduled Wednesday

Helping students find jobs and internships as fall semester begins

A spotlight on Ken Wolfgang, a filmmaker whose work was recently contributed to the UA Special Collections.

The Man Who Filmed the World

Documentarian Ken Wolfgang, who chronicled the world's cultures, bequeaths his films to UA Library

An interview with the new head of the American Indian Studies program at UA, Dr. Ron Trosper.

American Indian Studies May Grow in Tucson

New head of the University of Arizona's program plans to add new classes

Andrea Kelly interviews the federal and state lobbyists for the University of Arizona, Shay Stautz and Tim Bee.

UA Lobbyists Fight For Funding

They posit: Money that goes to the univeristy also benefits the community

Eugene Sander - President, University of Arizona

University Leadership Undergoes Changes

UA President Eugene Sander overseeing staff changes at beginning of new school year

Bringing Science to the Silver Screen

A new film series pairs movies with science discussions, and its first screening examines a controversial chimpanzee study

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