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Student Newswire of The University of Arizona School of Journalism

Arizona Sonoran News

Ariz. lawmakers push bill for space tourism

Ariz. lawmakers push bill for space tourism

Samantha-Jo Roth May 23, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiLt7YrY4Iw Tucson -- Commercial space travel may seem like science fiction, but by 2016, lawmakers are hoping that you’ll be able to hitch a ride to the stratosphere...

The rare violet-crowned hummingbird seen at Patons in Patagonia, Ariz. Photo by Cathy Rosenberg/Arizona Cats Eye

A Birdwatcher’s Haven Saved

Cathy Rosenberg May 13, 2014

  TUCSON (Arizona Cat’s Eye) – Paton’s Birder Haven in Patagonia, Arizona is a prime destination for bird watchers from all over the world. About 30,000 people come here each year to see the...

Shonto Canyon Jewelry Gives Back to Navajo Nation

Shonto Canyon Jewelry Gives Back to Navajo Nation

Samantha Leuck May 12, 2014

Local jewelry designer Pam Evans had a childhood far from ordinary. Raised on the Navajo Nation, she was surrounded by rich tribal culture, which continues to inspire her work. Evans founded Shonto...

Studio art teacher Mimi Gray helps a student with his self-portrait. (Photograph by Hollie Dowdle)

Bilingual Children Not Getting Speech Therapy

Austin McEvoy May 8, 2014

Marian Cuiltre is an 8-year-old with autism. Unable to make the “sss” sound to say  “si,” she often responds with her own version—“thee.” She has the potential to speak more completely...

As a campus club closes, a void in local taekwondo

As a campus club closes, a void in local taekwondo

JS May 6, 2014

The recent closing of the University of Arizona American Taekwondo Club has left a void in Tucson’s taekwondo community. And yes, there is a taekwondo community. Taekwondo -- a Korean martial art that...

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