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The Republican presidential candidate has been to Tucson at least once prior to his March campaign stop.

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Spending expectations by 2020 are about half of what had been projected.

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  • By Stephanie Innes and Yoohyun Jung Arizona Daily Star

Former Arizona Wildcats' track and field athlete sues university, coaches and regents.

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  • By Gloria Jimenez Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Your view of the self determines how you treat others, what you believe about punishment and whether you fear death, University of Arizona Pro…

Get ready for the big game with the University of Arizona cheerleaders and mascots Wilbur and Wilma. Video by Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star (2014)

Concessions workers churn out nachos, hot dogs, popcorn and more during University of Arizona football games. Video by Mike Christy / Arizona …

Follow Arizona Daily Star photographer Kelly Presnell in a time-lapse video during an Arizona football game. Video by Kelly Presnell / Arizona…

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  • By Patrick O’connor Arizona Daily Star

Lectures at the Fox Theatre downtown are free and presented by the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • Patrick O'Connor Arizona Daily Star

Lectures at the Fox Theatre downtown are free and presented by the UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Faith Christian, called a cult by some, no longer meets at Amphi High.

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  • By Gloria Mcmillan Special to the Arizona Daily Star

We need both imagination, logic because worlds they co-create become tomorrow’s realities.

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Telescope can call itself largest in world, but edge has expiration date.

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Letters on building Tucson's identity, graduation ad, stem cell warning, raising taxes.

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Move to cut spending on higher education not surprising, but definitely disappointing.

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  • By Diane Diamond Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Help for experience benefits students, small companies.

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Tucson participants needed for Alzheimer's study.

Giving the first University of Arizona building a new purpose, while keeping its history and extending its life, is an architectural puzzle.

Just off Interstate 10, the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park sprawls across the desert, a bustling complex where some 7,000 w…

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer has proposed a nearly $9.4 billion spending plan for the coming fiscal year, saying it’s the best that can be done.

Economist Marshall Vest has sifted through vast amounts of demographic statistics in his more than three decades at the helm of the University…