RichRod and Scooby get huge ovations.
The traditional bonfire kicked things off and there are campus activities today.
Historic Old Main recently received a $13.5 million facelift.
Ann Weaver Hart given extra year through June 2017.
$9 million donation could help ease shortage of large-animal doctors.
It's reminiscent of effort to dismantle the journalism department 20 years ago.
Southern Arizona’s public radio and television broadcaster is facing $2 million in cuts being phased in by the University of Arizona starting next month.
Tucson’s public radio and TV broadcaster is bracing for fallout from a $2 million funding cut by UA.
The University of Arizona is adding another senior executive to its ranks.
The University of Arizona is poised to deepen its roots in the state capital with a towering new medical research building in downtown Phoenix.
Sean Miller was presumably joking when he said his dog "doesn't know who you are" after long Pac-12 road trips last season, but his message is getting across.
The $13.5 million renovation of the University of Arizona’s oldest building will be completed on time in August, project managers for the construction firm and the UA said Thursday.
Annual tuition hikes will be a thing of the past for students starting at the University of Arizona in the fall.
PHOENIX — Plans to create a veterinary school at the University of Arizona have hit a roadblock as state lawmakers approved just enough money to tease the idea but not enough to actually make it happen.
The University of Arizona plans to spend close to $1 million over the next three years to try to attract more research money from defense and security firms and the U.S military.
Rep. Matt Salmon was blunt when talking to the biggest names in Arizona’s higher-education system in a crowded conference room at ASU’s Polytechnic campus on Thursday.
The University of Arizona is proposing a 2 percent increase for current in-state students this fall and a 5 percent hike for nonresidents.
University of Arizona officials say they searched the country and couldn’t find a better candidate for police chief than in their own backyard.
Just off Interstate 10, the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park sprawls across the desert, a bustling complex where some 7,000 workers report to work everyday at companies including tech giants IBM and Raytheon.
He may have a top-rated team, but basketball coach Sean Miller is raising ire internally at the UA for an ad campaign some see as helping a business competitor.