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

Desert View High School teacher Samuel Mendivil introduces his students to a new topic.

Sunnyside teachers rack up hundreds of PTO hours

Refugio Del Cid, Reporter April 29, 2024

Sunnyside Unified School District has 200 teachers who have each accrued more than 400 hours of accumulated paid time off and district officials are trying to come up with a plan to balance the books.  That...

The League of Women Voters has reached out to a numerous of Tucson area high schools to encourage 18-year-olds to register to vote.

League of Women Voters registering high school seniors ahead of ‘24 presidential election

Refugio Del Cid, Reporter April 22, 2024

The League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson are taking the initiative to reach the newly 18-year-olds by attending Tucson and Sahuarita public high schools to encourage them to register to vote in the...

Carlotta Walls LaNier and Bob Elliot discuss LaNier’s memoir, “A Mighty Long Way: My Journey to Justice at Little Rock Central High School” and the historical struggles of the Little Rock Nine on Friday, Feb. 9, at Palo Verde High School Minnijean Brown, Terrance Roberts, Elizabeth Eckford, Ernest Green, Thelma Mothershed, Melba Patillo, Gloria Ray, Jefferson Thomas, and Carlotta Walls were the first African American students to enter Little Rocks Central High School. (Photo by Antonia Muskat, Arizona Sonoran News)

Youngest of Little Rock Nine recalls struggles 77 years after landmark Brown v. Board of Ed

Antonia Muskat, Reporter/Photographer February 13, 2024

In a powerful celebration of Black History Month, Carlotta Walls LaNier, the youngest member of the historic Little Rock Nine, stood before a captivated audience at Palo Verde High School on Friday, Feb....

Children preform traditional dance at the Greek Festival in Tucson, Arizona. Photo by Ashlyn Hertzberg.

Tucson gets a taste of Greek

Ashlyn Hertzberg November 28, 2018

When the savory smells of grilled lamb filled the air, Tucson locals know is that of time of the year, the Greek festival.   Those who think of cuisine in Southern Arizona, they typically don't think...

Don Guerra prepares for the opening of his bakery Barrio Bread Saturday, April 28, 2018. (Brieana Sealy / Arizona Sonora News)

Podcast: A discussion with Barrio Bread’s Don Guerra on community baking and ‘Breaducation’

Brieana Sealy May 2, 2018

“I’ve always felt strongly about doing something for my community and having more of an investment, not just a business to make money but in connecting my community through bread,” Don Guerra,...

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