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The school is 25th overall and sixth among public universities in The Wrap's annual Top 50 Film Schools ranking. The school had several achievements in the past year, including relaunching the Hanson FilmTV Institute.
Whether you're looking for meaning or simply want a fun fright, UArizona experts in humanities and Gothic literature say our interest in the paranormal is a "natural human impulse."
"The Linda McCartney Retrospective," a 200-piece exhibition showcasing the world-renowned photographer's 30-year career, will have its North American premiere at the university's Center for Creative Photography in February.
Funded by a three-year, $1.5 million grant, the university's new Language Training Center will provide language and culture training to U.S. Department of Defense personnel.
A College of Public Health course, now available in Spanish, was the first to be translated as part of a project launched by the university's National Center for Interpretation.
El Centro Nacional de Interpretación de la Universidad de Arizona ha creado el proyecto de plan de estudios multilingüe para traducir los cursos universitarios a diferentes idiomas. La Educación sobre Salud Comunitaria para Brotes de Enfermedades del Colegio de Salud Pública, ahora disponible en español, es la primera en ser traducida.
The College of Humanities' annual festival, centered this year on the theme of community, will explore how people come together to create, share, hope and celebrate.
Art professor Paul Ivey shares some lesser-known facts about the famous painting stolen from the university in 1985 and the man behind the artwork.
The university's Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry has formed a binational partnership to support Nogales artists in visually interpreting the realities of being from and living on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Willem de Kooning's "Woman-Ochre" was stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art 37 years ago. The painting is now back, and will go on exhibit at the museum this weekend.