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The Blurred Line Between Borrowing and Copying in Pop Music

Brian Moon, an assistant professor and coordinator for music in general studies at the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music, explains the legal changes with the pop single "Blurred Lines," and how music sampling has complicated the music industry.

The Confluencenter and Being 'Confluential'

Can we be "confluential"? Benjamin J. Muller, the UA Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry's inaugural visiting scholar, explains why we must.

Fright On: Meet the Ghosts of the UA

Take a quick tour of the campus buildings and sites most commonly thought to be haunted. Their identities might surprise you. (Shhh! Listen! Did you hear that?)

To-Do List for Visitors During Family Weekend

For those visiting the UA for Family Weekend who might be on an extended stay, check out these things to do when you wrap up campus festivities.

Woman’s Poems Reveal Perspective as Veteran, Civilian

UA student and military veteran Felisa Hervey writes about war in poems drawn from her unique experience as a veteran and civilian. Hervey's most recent collection is "Letters to War and Lethe."

The Story of Old Main's Original Architect

Though she never met him, the great-granddaughter of Old Main's original architect has conducted research and interviews that paint a picture of a rough and tough family man who worked hard and placed a high value on education.

Photo Essay: UA Student Photojournalists Capture the Essence of Italy

During a study abroad trip to Italy, a group of UA students documented their days as they learned about photojournalism, digital photography and multimedia.

Students, Master Artists Collaborate to Mass Produce Prints

At the end of the semester, UA students showcased artwork produced in collaboration with professional artists, an effort aligned with the reemerging popularity of printmaking.

Photo Essay: Interpreting Sustainability through Art

The Sustainability Art Show was held during the Arizona Higher Education Sustainability Conference in April. During the show, students, faculty and staff from higher education institutions throughtout Arizona presented their work, defining sustainability through art.

UA Singers in Europe to Perform the Famed 'Stabat Mater'

The Arizona Choir and UA Symphonic Choir will preform Antonín Dvořák's "Stabat Mater" in Vienna and Prague this month. The singers will be performing on the very stages where Dvořák, Johannes Brahms and other legendary composers presented their work.