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Favorite Places: Tucson's Back Alleys Apr 15, 2015 "They're not even really "places" in the traditional sense of the word, but the spaces between places."
Favorite Places: DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Apr 15, 2015 "Everything a building isn't supposed to be, was all there."
Favorite Places: The Old Stone House Apr 15, 2015 "Stepping into this ruin is like walking into a Picasso painting."
Favorite Places: The Tucson J Apr 15, 2015 "What attracts me to the J is the way this architectonic form is situated in the landscape, striking from multiple angles."
A Woman's Perspective Apr 14, 2015 Two UA women from the Middle East share their experiences with gender and culture.
The Price of a Degree Mar 17, 2015 Students go into debt in the name of a higher education.
Everybody Matters: Climate Change and Human Rights Mar 17, 2015 Mary Robinson, who served as the first woman president of Ireland, discusses the importance of including the most vulnerable populations of the world in solutions to climate change.
Intelligent Life Beyond Earth Mar 16, 2015 One question rises above all others when it comes to our place in a vast and ancient Universe, 'Are we alone?'
Changing the Conversation Mar 2, 2015 Two UA students challenge us to think differently about disabilities, and the way we discuss them.
Amazing Discoveries: A Billion Earth-like Worlds Mar 2, 2015 One of the most fascinating developments in the last two decades is humankind's discovery of alien worlds orbiting stars near our Sun.
Searching for Life in the Solar System Feb 27, 2015 Timothy D. Swindle, Professor and Head, Planetary Sciences/Lunar and Planetary Laboratory
Complexity and Evolvability: What Makes Life So Interesting? Feb 19, 2015 Anna R. Dornhaus, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Looking Forward Feb 17, 2015 A new iPhone app examines the back of the eye to detect diseases.
Moving Students Forward: A Community Interactive on Education Feb 13, 2015 A 90-minute live event on how we can have a collective impact on education that leads to meaningful systems change.
Life on Earth: By Chance or By Law? Feb 13, 2015 Brian J. Enquist, Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology