The University of Arizona

Campus Poetry Center Utilizes Blend of Humanities

UANews | April 11, 2012
Emphasizing the importance of poetry, art and literature, the UA Poetry Center serves as a home for unlimited creative expression. Students and community members can utilize the non-lending library center, which contains works from artists, poets and authors of varied backgrounds and genres.

UA Law Student Tapped for Professional Ethics Fellowship

UANews | April 10, 2012
UA JD/MBA student Raphael Avraham was selected to participate in a fellowship designed to teach students about inequities and abuses of the past as they confront ethical challenges of their profession.

Spring Fling: Food, Music and Carnival Fun

UANews | April 10, 2012
Spring Fling kicks off on campus April 11 in front of Old Main, then officially opens at Rillito Downs on April 12, offering carnival games, rides and food through the weekend to benefit community service projects supported by UA student clubs.

Graduates Look to Replenish UA Scholarship

UANews | April 6, 2012
Hundreds of students in the inaugural class of the Arizona Assurance Program, which provides resources and financial assistance for low-income, resident students, will graduate in May and will host a talent show on April 10 to raise funds for future recipients of the scholarship.

New Dean of Students Sets Priorities

UANews | April 6, 2012
Named the UA's dean of students in October, Keith Humphrey has set his priorities for the UA division that oversees all things related to academic integrity and engagement.

After Three Years Come Fruitful Artistic Endeavors

UANews | April 5, 2012
More than one dozen UA students slated to receive their Master of Fine Arts degrees next month are showcasing their thesis work at the UA Museum of Art and Joseph Gross Gallery. The works span photography, graphic design, painting and sculpture.

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