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Woman’s Poems Reveal Perspective as Veteran, Civilian

My poems are drawn from my unique experience as a woman combat veteran and also someone who has lived in Afghanistan as a civilian.

Photo credit: Eric Hervey

The Story of Old Main's Original Architect

When Becky Baumert learned about the project to restore Old Main, she reached out to Corky Poster, the architect. She had a story to tell him about another architect: her great-grandfather, who designed the original building more than a century ago. 

Photo Essay: UA Student Photojournalists Capture the Essence of Italy

The moments that University of Arizona student photojournalists captured while studying in Italy range from the routine to the spectacular: a casual view of a woman reading in a leather shop, devout tourists lighting church candles, locals perusing open plazas and a glass blower intensely focusing on his work. 

Students, Master Artists Collaborate to Mass Produce Prints

At the School of Art, students have access to a sizable printmaking facility where they are able to produce lithography, relief and intaglio works. It is part of the University of Arizona's effort to train students in classical artistic works at a time when students also are helping to drive the re-emerging popularity of printmaking.

Photo Essay: Interpreting Sustainability through Art

How do we define and communicate the concept of sustainability?

Organizers of the Arizona Higher Education Sustainability Conference, held at the University of Arizona in April, posed that question to students and employees from colleges and universities throughout Arizona, who responded in the form of artistic works.

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

Members of the Arizona Choir and the UA Symphonic Choir are in Europe to perform at Vienna's Musikverein and Prague's Dvořák Hall in a once-in-a-lifetime experience after having received a personal invitation to present.

UA Seniors to Present Thesis Films at 'I Dream in Widescreen'

Remember that scary, automated, devil-baby-in-a-buggy prank and promotion in New York that was going viral on the Internet, eventually making it on to the "Today" show? University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film and Television alumnus Tyler Gillet co-directed that film, called "Devil's Due."

April 2014: Month in Review

From the launch of a major capital campaign to a globally important liver disease discovery, here are some of the top news stories from the UA during the month of April.

UA’s Arizona Now Campaign Aims to Raise $1.5 Billion

Honoring Three Decades of Choral Talent

UA students, employees and alumni have long been involved with the Arizona Repertory Singers.

Photo Essay: From Natural Life to Manufactured Reality, An Exploration

In a series of recent exhibitions at the University of Arizona, artists have challenged political correctness and concepts associated with normative behaviors while also reflecting on human interactions with nature and built spaces. 

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