10/25/16: Ancient Burials Suggestive of Blood Feuds

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October 25, 2016

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Ancient Burials Suggestive of Blood Feuds

Analysis of ancient graves by UA bioarchaeologist James Watson provides new insight into the social and biological factors that might have motivated violent killings and atypical burials thousands of years ago — and how some of those factors may still be relevant today.

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Thousands of Wildcats Ready to Party at Homecoming Festivities

The cherished tradition, still going strong after 102 years, brings together alumni, students, employees and the community to celebrate Wildcat spirit and the UA's history.

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More Evidence for Ninth Planet on Solar System's Fringes

Research led by UA professor Renu Malhotra provides additional support for the possible existence of such a world and narrows the range of its parameters and location.

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Ben Wilder Named Interim Director of UA's Tumamoc Hill

Desert ecologist Benjamin Wilder has been named interim director of Tumamoc Hill, an 860-acre ecological reserve and U.S. National Historic Landmark owned and operated by the University of Arizona.

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