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Tyina Steptoe, associate professor of history, discusses how songs became tools in Black protest movements, sometimes by accident. She also shares a playlist of some of her favorite tracks, spanning blues, jazz, hip-hop and more.
Research has shown that hugs, kisses and other forms of affectionate communication are good for health, especially when it comes to the heart. Those who give affection may see even more benefit than those on the receiving end.
Colin Denny, a research assistant in the College of Education, will perform a sign language interpretation of the song "America the Beautiful" during the Super Bowl pregame show on Sunday. The performance, he said, is an opportunity to show millions of people that North American Indian Sign Language, despite being centuries old, is still here.
The UArizona School of Journalism has been named one of the newest members of the NBCU Academy, an award-winning journalism training program that builds a pipeline from classrooms to the newsroom.
Funded by a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the program will teach graduate students studying special education to collaborate with other specialists to provide more holistic support to students.
When you're in a bad mood, you might be quicker to spot inconsistencies in things you read, a new University of Arizona-led study finds. The study, published in Frontiers in Communication, builds on existing research on how the brain processes language.
Sociology students who surveyed nearly 300 people struggling with housing insecurity found that rising housing costs and grocery bills were among their top concerns.
The literary event series runs from Jan. 14 to early March, and will explore the theme of water. It centers on two books: "Postcolonial Love Poem" and "We are Water Protectors."
From exploring the deepest corners of the universe to reimagining urban heat resilience, University of Arizona expertise in several disciplines generated international headlines in 2022.
People often engage in "mood repair" after a tense interaction with a partner. After a difficult morning at home, employees may try to make themselves feel better by being of service to coworkers later in the day, research suggests.