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Archaeological Dig in Greece Returns Important Finds

UANews | October 8, 2008
Working at Mt. Lykaion, UA students and faculty are involved in what is considered the most important dig underway in Greece.

State Museum Offering Program for the Visually Impaired

UANews | October 8, 2008
The Arizona State Museum, in recognition of Art Beyond Sight Awareness Month, is hosting a multisensory adventure for individuals who are visually impaired.

UANews Takes Two Regional Emmy Awards

UANews | October 5, 2008
Will Holst, who produces video content for the UA, earned two Emmy awards at the regional ceremony held Saturday.

Library Exhibit on Mexico's Colonial Period Opens with Lecture Series

UANews | October 1, 2008
The opening lecture is presented by UA history professor William Beezley and is free and open to the public.

Contemporary Artists to Speak their Truths

UANews | September 30, 2008
Artists Luis Gispert and Michael Ray Charles are among the artists who will speak during the UA School of Art's lecture series.

School of Music Hosts Free Festival

UANews | September 25, 2008
The two-day festival begins with a symposium featuring the country's leading scholars on the music of Olivier Messiaen and George Crumb.