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University honors USS Arizona on 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack

The newest memorial on campus, with its overt and subtle elements, speaks to UA tradition, design and the continuing effort to preserve the memory of 1,177 sailors and Marines killed on the USS Arizona during the 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor. More here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Lauren Bruner is a Navy Veteran and USS Arizona survivor. At age 21, Bruner was onboard the Battleship Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7th, 1941. The Purple Heart recipient is one of a handful of USS Arizona survivors who are still alive to tell the story of that day. We sit down with Mr. Bruner during a recent visit to Tucson as the University of Arizona honors World War II...
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Two men claimed separately to have discovered the bell in a naval shipyard in Washington state, as revealed in papers curated by University Libraries' Special Collections. A campus exhibit devoted to the mighty U.S. battleship, sunk by bombs at Pearl Harbor 75 years ago, continues through Dec. 23.

The Mystery Behind the USS Arizona's Bell

Assistant professor Maggie Pitts analyzes how gender affects how people perceive their sexual health responsibilities.

UA Researcher Explores Male Perceptions About HPV

UA anthropologist David Raichlen discovered that the Hadza, an indigenous ethnic group in Tanzania, meet the U.S. government's weekly physical activity recommendations in only two days.

Modern Hunter-Gatherers Show Value of Exercise

It is estimated that 22 American veterans take their own lives each day. Many military veterans are now homeless and living on the streets. We visit a piece of land near Santa Rita Park, on Tucson’s south side known as Camp Bravo, where homeless vets are sheltered, nourished and protected. Through donations from the community, veterans at Bravo and other homeless people are being served by...
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Research by two UA planetary scientists reveals fascinating clues about Pluto, suggesting the small world at the fringes of our solar system is much more active than anyone ever imagined.

Cracked, Frozen and Tipped Over: New Clues From Pluto's Past

School of Journalism student Jamie Verwys has been working with the UA Office of Sustainability to aid with zero-waste efforts while covering campus sustainability issues.

UA Student Gets in the Game to Learn About Sustainability

This is the time of year for gathering with friends and family. Inevitably, these gatherings will be celebrated with food and drink. University of Arizona social scientist Maribel Alvarez, Ph.D talks about the importance of food in our social fabric as “Breaking Bread” explores just what it is about food that brings us together. Presented by Arizona Public Media
UA psychological scientist David Sbarra and behavioral scientist Chris Segrin weigh in about how people can repair bonds that came apart during the election season.

Relationships Split During the Election? Time to Make Amends

We are not blank slates with regard to how susceptible we are to emerging strains of flu virus, researchers from the UA and UCLA have discovered. The findings could provide information that could be relevant for the development of a universal flu vaccine.

Birth Year Can Predict Odds in a Flu Pandemic

Feel transported to the Mexico City home of Frida Kahlo! Tucson Botanical Gardens is hosting the exhibition “Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life” that will run through May 30, 2017. Hugely popular at The New York Botanical Garden, the display is part of a cooperative effort that includes New York, Pima Community College, the University of Arizona, and other organizations. Presented by Arizona...
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Arizona is home to over half a million veterans, all with unique tales of service. Men and women whose military experience drives them to improve their community; who after serving their country can face challenges few civilians can imagine; and people who come together to help each other. The Warrior-Scholar Project partners with universities across the U.S. to help veterans take on the...
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Arizona NOW, originally planned as an eight-year effort, included gifts of all sizes from more than 100,000 donors. A commitment of $2.5 million from entrepreneur Peter Salter and his wife, Nancy, pushed the campaign across the finish line.

UA Reaches $1.5B Campaign Goal in Six Years

Just Announced: Thanks to you, the University of Arizona achieved its Arizona NOW campaign goal of $1.5B … two years early! CelebrateNow.Arizona.Edu
Meet Ginny Clements, a Wildcat fan and our biggest cheerleader in the fight against breast cancer. A cancer survivor since her diagnosis at the tender age of 15, she’s been vocal advocate for breast cancer research at the University of Arizona Cancer Center for many years. Here’s her story in her wo...

Unstoppable. And celebrating 60 years cancer-free! | The University of Arizona Cancer Center