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No Tuition Increase Next Year, ASU President Says

In-state undergrads won't face higher costs in 2014-15, but no decision yet on out-of-state and grad students.

AZ Week: Bringing Bullying to an End in Society

Greater prevention efforts needed in legal, educational realms in schools, cyberspace, workplace, experts say.

No One Found after Report of Man with Rifle at UA

Text alert tells all to stay away from McKale Garage on east end of campus; called off in 30 minutes.

A conversation with two members of the U of A College of the Humanities about the annual Humanities Week celebration, happening October 7-11, 2013.

UA Humanities Week Celebrates Themes That Endured Time

This year's event will showcase works throughout history that have withstood; activities include poetry and prose readings.

UA Launches Campaign to Raise Money for Old Main Renovation

Goal: $13.5 million for project that began in January to fix oldest building on campus, erected in 1891.

Psychological Treatment Could Help Breast Cancer Survivors

Emotional, social aspects of healing provide physicians with powerful ally; AZ Cancer Center incorporating methods.

UA Researchers Discover How Nerve Cells Make Connections

This is an important step towards curing conditions like spinal cord injuries and Alzheimer's.

Water levels at the Colorado River Basin.

Water Future Looks Gloomy for Arizona, Surrounding Region

2016 expected to be tough year due to ongoing droughts, rising demand from increase in population.

Two young Sonoran Pronghorn's lay in the desert sun.

Scientists Study One of Region's Fastest But Rarest Animals

Analysis of Sonoran pronghorn in AZ, Mexico to gain information about endangered species, needs and challenges.

Six-Figure Bonuses for University Presidents Approved

AZ Board of Regents reaches decision Friday; UA, ASU presidents could potentially receive $260K over a three-year span.

University of Arizona president Ann Weaver Hart discusses some of the issues in Arizona's higher education system.

UA President Plans New Projects for 2013 Academic Year

Ann Weaver Hart starts second year; discusses 'Never Settle' plan, Old Main renovation, revenue ideas.

Leslie Boyer, M.D. at the VIPER Institute, talks about making FDA approved anti-venoms, for all of America's venemous creatures.

UA Group Researching Antivenoms for All Venomous Species

For the past 6 years, VIPER Institute has been looking into creating FDA approved antidotes.

Six-Figure Bonuses in Works for University Presidents

UA's Hart, ASU's Crow in line for $40K this year, $40K next, up to $180K in 2015 based on performance.

Professor Mark Frederickson, PhD and Master's student Daniel Aros from the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture at the U of A, discuss the Tejido Group and their involvement in projects around the world.

UA Landscape Architecture Program Builds Overseas

Nonprofit 'Tejido Group' aims to develop professional skills in students, create infrastructure beneficial to communities around the world.

UA Researcher Explores Link Between Exercise, Brain Evolution

Anthropologist co-authored a paper that looks into the development of human brains, effects of exercise.

UA Researcher Develops App to Manage Traffic

Hopes 'Smartrek' will help people change their driving habits, reduce congestion, save time, fuel.

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