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Kathleen La Rose, Deputy Director of Athletics at UA and Lacey Johns, former UA athlete, and Olympic Silver Medalist discuss the 40th anniversary of Title IX.

Helping Women Achieve Greatness

Title IX celebrates 40 years allowing equal access to sports competition

The UA's newest and first female president met and greeted the university community on Monday July 9th outside of the administration building.

UA's New President Welcomed to Campus

Ann Weaver Hart begins serving as first woman to oversee campus

Tucson Unified School District students.

Brewer Opposes School Sales Tax Extension

Governor championed similar increase in 2010 for 3 years

TUSD children in classroom.

School Sales Tax Supporters Make Their Case

Bennett 'improperly refused to perform' constitutional duty, filing claims

Teachers' Voices with Ofelia Zepeda and Meredith Kupinski

Two educators talk about a new program where teachers - instead of students - are asked to become immersed in the indigenous culture of their school.

A Hohokam arrowhead, among the artifacts Tucson children are studying at archaeological summer camp at Agua Caliente Park.

Ancient Culture Inspires Young Minds

Children experience life as Hohokam in summer camp

Ricardo Pereyda, the President of the University of Arizona Student Veterans of America addresses issues affecting veterans who are transitioning back to civilian life.

From Service Member to Civilian

Local programs are helping returning veterans

TUSD children in classroom.

July 18 Court Date for Sales-Tax Initiative

Proponents sued after secretary of state rejected petitions for wording flaw

Teens Take Flight in Tucson’s Aero Camp

Middle school students learn to fly planes in new summer program

UA President Eugene Sander discusses the year he held the president position at the University of Arizona and tells what the new president will be looking forward to.

Sander Reflects on Academic Career, Unexpected Presidency

He departs UA at end of month, after spending 24 years, including final in top spot

Tucson Unified School District students.

Sales Tax Initiative Fight Going to Court

Education group says it will challenge state's rejection of petitions

UA President Looks Back At His Year

Weeks before retirement, Sander shares memories of decades in higher ed

78 year-old GED Graduate Mary Bowman received her GED at Pima Community College.

Never Too Late for 78-year-old Great-Grandmother

Tucson resident earns her GED this year, 62 years after leaving high school

Arizona Schools Get Millions To Fix Flawed IT System

A federal grant will help improve a data system of student academic records

School Sales Tax Initiative Hits Legal Snag

Campaign calls it 'clerical error;' state official says he will reject petitions

TUSD children in classroom.

$40M for Reading Assist on its Way in AZ

$132 per pupil in K through 3rd grade will help meet reading standard

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