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Concerned that human papillomavirus, or HPV, has been deemed a "woman's issue," professor Maggie Pitts studied perceptions of college-age men about the virus and its vaccine.
Students in the School of Theatre, Film and Television will present 17 three-minute plays written in response to the mass shooting at Orlando's Pulse nightclub earlier this year.
The American Indian Education Association Youth Conference is geared toward students in grades 7 to 12 and will expose them to college and career opportunities.
UA journalism students who reported on issues along the Mexican and Canadian borders that have been overlooked by mainstream media will present their work on Nov. 28.
UA psychological scientist David Sbarra and behavioral scientist Chris Segrin offer some suggestions on how to rebuild relationships that may have been damaged by partisanship.
Marla Smith-Nilson, a civil engineering graduate, founded Water1st International, which has made safe water accessible to people in Bangladesh, India, Ethiopia and Honduras.
With the new Tom Hanks film as context, UA professor Fabian Alfie explains how the work of Italian poet Dante Alighieri has sustained popular interest for centuries.
UA students will perform “Sliver of a Full Moon,” a play that explores the experiences of women and other advocates who pushed for important protections for American Indian women.
UA engineering senior Maurissa Wortham didn't set out to serve as captain of the UA's Reserve Officers' Training Corps Ranger Challenge Team.
In light of Donald J. Trump's upset victory in Tuesday's presidential election, UA political and social scientists share their perspective on how a Trump administration may realign American politics and redefine the nation’s identity.