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The University of Arizona and BICAS, Bicycle Inter-Community Arts and Salvage, are working on a project to try to recycle bicycles abandoned by students who leave for the summer.

How to Recycle a Bicycle

Bicycle organization and University of Arizona team up to collect and reuse unwanted bicycles

Growing a Greener School

The past shapes the future in the ecology zone at Manzo Elementary School

Immigrants Raising Citizens

It takes a village to raise a child, a proverb says, but challenges abound when the village is multi-national

The State of the Students

Outgoing ASUA President recalls bittersweet year, considers challenges ahead

A Delicate Balance

Creating a better, post-January 8th system to protect the public and help persons with serious mental illness

Episode 16: Brewer 'Protected Education to Best of My Ability'

Governor says she kept the cuts to $454M; could have been much bigger

Luis Carrion takes us into an ethnic studies Classroom at TUSD.

Ethnic Studies Debate Continues

A proposed resolution would no longer allow core-curriculum credit for ethnic studies courses

Kimberly Craft speaks with the President of the TUSD Governing Board and an attorney for Ethnic Studies.

Ethnic Studies Vote Postponed

Tucson Unified School District still in a quagmire, say critics

Sid the Science Kid to visit UA Bookstores

UA Bookstores and Wildcats Advocating Literacy and Knowledge (W.A.L.K.) present the Sid the Science Kid on Saturday, May 7 at 10:30 am and 2 pm at the UA BookStores main student union location.

A Festival for the Young @ Art

The University of Arizona Poetry Center celebrates the creativity and accomplishments of some of Arizona's youngest artists

Kimberly Craft interviews Gael Sylvia about her program, "Girls Fly!" which is focused on providing access, education, and encouragement for girls of every walk of life.

Giving Girls Wings to Fly

Tucson-based philanthropist aims to give girls and young women the tools to set goals and achieve them

Kimberly Craft interviews Neal Cash, President and CEO of CPSA, and Joel Dvoskin from the Department of Psychiatry in the UA College of Medicine about the upcoming Schorr Forum on mental illness.

Town Hall on Mental Illness

Mental health experts and the community come together for forum in hopes of creating a better post-January 8 system

Poetics and Politics: Gerald Vizenor

A series at the UA Poetry Center

J. Noah Brown is the President and CEO, Assn. of Community College Trustees joins Kimberly Craft in the studio for an interview.

Community Colleges Across the Country

Head of community college trustee association discusses the health of education funding and community college programs nationwide

Episode 15: A Legislative Wrapup

The Arizona Legislature closed its regular session this week in a rush of bill passages and hijinks

We talk with Nancy Everhart the President of American Association of School Librarians and Jerrilyn "Jerri" Blackman a Librarian at Utterback Magnet Middle School about cuts in education.

Spending Cuts and School Libraries

National association honors local school library for excellence, just as deep education cuts force its longtime librarian out of her job

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