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Photo Presents Stunning View of the Lagoon Nebula

NASA named "The Deep Lagoon," an image taken by University of Arizona astrophotographer and astronomy educator Adam Block, the Astronomy Picture of the Day for July 29

Pluto Returns to Public Popularity

On Tuesday, NASA's New Horizons mission spacecraft is set to reach Pluto and will send back the first-ever close-up photos of the famous dwarf planet. 

Researchers Probe Contemplative Topics

Celebrating Black History Every Day

What year was President Barack Obama's first inauguration? 2009.

What is the name of Jada Pinkett-Smith's band? Wicked Wisdom. 

In 1863, who issued the Emancipation Proclamation symbolically freeing all slaves? Abraham Lincoln. Two years later marked the beginning of Juneteenth, which is now the oldest known event established to commemorate the end of slavery in the U.S.

Measuring 'Hearing Flexibility'

I am fascinated by the act of communicating with speech. 

Fellow Prepares for 'Best Decade' of Life

Photo: John de Dios/UANews

Startup Aspirant Combines Business, Aerospace Engineering

Photo courtesy of Andrew Granatstein

How to Build Your Best Resume

For the modern employee, the traditional resume no longer works.

ARS Tribute to Honor Late UA Alumnus

Jeffry Jahn (Photo: Chris Richards)

For decades, University of Arizona alumnus Jeffry Jahn's energy and passion for choral arts inspired his singers and audiences alike.

Pigeons Present Public Health Concerns

Pigeon playing in Main Gate Fountain.
Gif by Bob Demers/UANews