The University of Arizona

How Coral Way, Florida Made History In Two Languages

UANews | January 15, 2008

Bess de Farber, a UA library staff member,  attended Coral Way Elementary School during the early 1960s. A member of the program's first class, she recalls learning Spanish but only recently learned the significance of the school's undertaking.

Cupcakes Galore

UANews | January 15, 2008
Whipped opens Jan. 16 and features four signature cupcakes, including the "Chile Chocolate" and "Reese's Bomb."

New Colloquium Focusing on Asian Groups

UANews | January 11, 2008
The colloquium will explore topics related to health, law, politics, pop culture, self-identification and a number of other issues. 

UA Associate Dean of Education Appointed to Federal Committee

UANews | January 11, 2008
The committee will meet through the beginning of Feburary, and then turn its recommendations over to the U.S. Department of Education.

Change Agents in Training

UANews | January 9, 2008
Dustin Cox, a UA senior, spent roughly one year working to bring the Anytown workshop to southern Arizona. Now, about 75 UA students and staff are engaged in the nearly weeklong curriculum.

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