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The University of Arizona fired Assistant Professor Sue Sisley before she could start her research on the possible beneficial effects marijuana can have for post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans.
As the number of baby boomers retire or die, the United States is expected to see an "inheritance boom" unlike any other in history.
The University of Arizona football program, led by former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez, has produced a new promotional video called "Arizona Fast."
A University of Arizona police sergeant charged in February with super-extreme DUI no longer works for the school.
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East Stroudsburg University field hockey coach Sandy Miller, left, football coach Denny Douds, President Marcia Welsh, and men's basketball coach Jeff Wilson get doused with ice water as part of the Chillin for Charity event on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at the East Stroudsburg campus.
A group of 25 girl scouts from middle schools throughout Southern Arizona are getting a unique experience at the first ever Imagine IT, a summer engineering camp for girls.
The Fraternity and Sorority Programs Office said Phi Gamma Delta's interim suspension of recognition from the UA is because of Student Code of Conduct violations alleging the chapter's involvement in hazing, offering alcohol to minors and conspiring to not cooperate with university officials and university police.
Police say a University of Arizona student died after falling from a roof-top tower at a residence hall Friday morning.
Arizona residents who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder will be able to legally use marijuana to help alleviate their symptoms under a decision announced Wednesday by the state's top health official.
Tucson News Now has learned that the University of Arizona fired UAPD Sergeant John McGrath.
Tucson police ask for the public's help in identifying a person suspected of stealing from a woman visiting a family member at the University of Arizona Medical Center.
On a Sunday afternoon in June, Danielle Pellizzeri stood center stage inside the Palos Verdes High School gymnasium, where some 600 pairs of eyes watched her silently.
A University of Arizona doctor who was pushing for more research into medical marijuana is being let go -- she believes for political reasons.
Other appointments are anticipated in the coming weeks as the Company continues to expand its team and works to complete the LOI.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 05:21 am
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