08/31/17: UA Team Tackles Better Brain Health

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August 31, 2017

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UA Team Tackles Better Brain Health

A cardiologist, a physiologist and a psychologist walk into a coffee shop and ... it's not a joke. Rather, it's collaboration at its best, and they're discussing whether a naturally occurring compound, known as angiotensin 1-7, can relieve cognitive deficits after heart bypass. With UANews video.

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UA to Honor Lute Olson With Statue Outside McKale Center

The project celebrating the Hall of Fame basketball coach is expected to be completed in March, as part of the 30th anniversary of the UA's 1988 Final Four team.

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Teaching and Students

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Back to College at Age 91: WWII Vet Gets a Second Start

Jim Chaffins' first attempt at attaining a college degree was derailed by Navy duty, but he's back on the degree track as a history major with UA Online. With video.

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A Native Blessing Marks the UA's Start of a New Year

The annual Sunrise Ceremony symbolizes spiritual renewal and a new beginning, and it coincides with the rising of the sun, signifying a new day and the beginning of life.

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