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Jonathan Randal, author and foreign correspondent, has won the University of Arizona's prestigious Zenger Award.

Foreign Journalist Cites Legal Protection's Importance

Jonathan Randal reported from war zones in eastern Europe, Vietnam, Middle East, other places in turmoil.

Sara Palmer, client, speaks about how she uses experiences with eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR), to help her heal from traumatizing experiences in her life.

Controversial Treatment Eases Trauma, Raises Questions

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) uses the senses to resolve trauma, but researchers remain uncertain about how it works.

UA Health Center Awarded Grant to Aid Hispanic Women

University's Center of Excellence in Women's Health will use the $878K to reach out to underprivileged Hispanic women in Pima County.

These olive trees at the U of A provide shade and beauty to the campus and its visitors.

UA Group Harvesting Olives Found on Campus

There are more than 200 olive trees throughout the university; they will be taken to olive mill, pressed into olive oil for university use.

Hana Abdulaziz Feeney, a registered dietitian with UA's Campus Health Service, discusses the upcoming Food Day event where people are encouraged to learn more about sustainable food sources.

Event Teaches Public About Healthy, Sustainable Foods

UA hosts 4th annual Food Day celebration, which will highlight nutrition, sustainable foods through various events.

New Seminar Series Addresses Health Disparities

UA's College of Medicine launches series with talk about LGBT health issues; aims to foster inclusion in health care.

Sama Alshaibi is internationally recognized for her photography and video work, both of which explore themes of race, gender and exile.

Art Show in Venice, Italy Features UA Professor, Local Artist

Sama Alshaibi explores human behavior, interactions; currently on display at the Maldives Pavilion of 55th Venice Biennale.

UA Researcher Helps Discover Earliest Known Nervous System

Part of international team that brought forward fossil, more than half a billion years old; ocean dwelling creature.

Muzhgan Hamraz, an assistant professor at Kabul University, explores the Arizona State Museum.

Professors from Afghanistan Visit UA to Learn Historic Preservation

Three visiting scholars learning skills they hope to teach at Kabul University to preserve Afghanistan culture and history.

Celestino Fernández, Ph.D., at the University of Arizona for the School of Sociology, discusses his research about finding and pursuing happiness and how happiness is defined.

UA Faculty Members Discuss Science of Happiness

Over the course of history there have been many definitions of happiness, says sociology professor.

A participant expresses herself at the Mindfulness/Hapiness Workshop, a course teaching students about the connection between mindfulness and happiness.

Happiness Workshop Helps Young Adults Navigate Teen Pressures

Program provides youth understanding of mindfulness, teaches them about self-respect, community responsibility, acting without judgment.

People experiencing eudiaimonia happiness, having a meaning or purpose in life that fulfills their spirit, as they enjoy a day downtown.

Secret to Happiness Not So Simple, Scientists Say

University of Arizona researchers tap temperature, technology to uncover the roots of feeling happy.

Four members from the UA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team have made the USA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team, which will vie for a spot in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Brazil.

UA's Women Wheelchair Basketball Players Heading to 2016 Paralympics

Three team members have committed to travel to Rio de Janeiro for the games "Gold medal...that's what we want."

Regents Approve $4.2M to Develop UA Veterinary Medicine Program

State would have its first degree-offering program for veterinarians launching in 2015; students could earn a doctorate.

Sgt. Filbert Barrera, Public Information Officer for the UA Police Department, discusses the latest report about crime on campus.

UAPD Explains Varied Response to Reported Gunmen

First report was done in March, second one was last week; in both occasions no suspects or guns were found.

AZ Appeals Court to Hear Cases at UA Law School

Annual event is set up so law school students can learn first-hand how an appeals hearing works.

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