Student Newswire of The University of Arizona School of Journalism

Arizona Sonoran News

Arizona Sonoran News

Student Newswire of The University of Arizona School of Journalism

Arizona Sonoran News

Protestors move down Park Avenue as arrests are made and police use chemical munitions on protestors early May 1. Protestors would disperse once police arrived in front of the Manzanita Mohave dorm.

UA President responds to protests, announces policy enforcements

Sam Parker May 1, 2024
University of Arizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins released a statement Wednesday afternoon providing an account of last night and this morning’s discord and emphasized steps the university would be taking to prevent something similar from happening in the future.
Arizona Model United Nations hosted its 62nd annual conference, inviting high school students from across the country and Mexico to participate.

In spite of funding setbacks, Model United Nations hosts successful annual conference

Sam Parker, Reporter March 27, 2024

Arizona Model United Nations last weekend hosted AZMUN 62, a decades-old conference that draws in high school students in Model UN groups across the country and from Mexico.  The conference, which...

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona logo painted across the wall at the ASUA 
office in the Student Union Memorial Center. Courtesy Caitlyn Claypool.

ASUA elections process sparks debate, allegations of candidate intimidation and harassment

Sam Parker, Reporter March 25, 2024

Last week’s Associated Students of the University of Arizona elections were marred by controversy that sparked concerns about the validity of the elections process and the safety of current student leaders. Benjamin...

Bridging the gap between science, public policy

Sam Parker, Reporter March 17, 2024

In an election year marred by intense partisanship and in a state where issues like water management, burgeoning tech sectors and fire safety are increasing points of public concern, a nonpartisan coalition...

Students at the University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine are given hands-on learning experiences with animals by the second week of their curriculum.  (Courtesy Miles Fujimoto | UA College of Veterinary Medicine)

First UA veterinary school grads enter the workforce

Sam Parker, Reporter February 26, 2024

The University of Arizona last May honored its first batch of graduates from the recently established College of Veterinary Medicine. Now, these graduates are entering a field that for the past decade...

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