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Arizona Sonoran News

Arizona Sonoran News

Student Newswire of The University of Arizona School of Journalism

Arizona Sonoran News

On April 7, 2024, the Made in Tucson Market hit the streets of Tucson. Local vendors came from all around Tucson to share their creations with the public. ( © McKenna Manzo/ 2024)

“Community over competition” : Local Tucson vendors discuss their stories

McKenna Manzo May 14, 2024  On April...

Afaf Hasan talks to a visitor while selling homemade citrus sweets at the Mission Garden in Tucson, Ariz. on Feb. 9, 2024. ELFA collaborated with the Mission Garden to table at its “Tasting History” event.

A women-led organization empowers Tucson’s refugee community

Summer Williams, Reporter May 7, 2024

Summer Rain Williams · A Women-led Organization Empowers Refugee Community in Tucson ELFA Refugee Empowerment works with the women and families within the refugee community in Southern Arizona...

Photograph taken of Colton Cowser, Ryan Mountcastle, Adley Rutschman, and Gunnar Henderson strutting down in different colored, yet matching, velour tracksuits by Baltimore Orioles Photographer, Sammy Frank. Courtesy of Sammy Frank.

Catch-Up: Recent University of Arizona grads working in sports

Christina Griffin, Reporter May 6, 2024

Professional sports is an industry dominated by men, but don’t tell these three University of Arizona graduates. Sammy Frank, Gianna Memo and Michaela Trejo-Flores have all landed jobs in an industry...

Volunteers and staff from the Pima Community Library table at the MSA Annex Farmers Market on the first Thursday of the month. At the table is an assortment of seeds and educational materials about seed swapping.

What grows in Tucson’s backyard might be from the library

Kate Ewing, Reporter May 4, 2024

Tucson, known for its cacti and dusty desert grounds, may not seem like the ideal location to pick up gardening for those lacking a green thumb. And yet it is here that seed swapping has become a budding...

Summertime can be brutal, but there are lots of ways to escape the wrath of a hot Tucson summer day.

It’s a dry heat, but Tucson is still hot: here’s some ways to cool off

Shawn Flanagan, Reporter May 3, 2024

As the scorching summer sun settles over Tucson, residents who stick around are looking for ways to beat the heat and stay cool.  From splashing around in public pools to indulging in icy treats, we...

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